We aim to provide as much relevant information as possible to parents via email or through the Parent Portal. If you can't find what you require, please do contact us by telephone or email in the School Office and we'll be pleased to help you!
We will inform parents when the booking slots are live for your child's parents' evening. Once you have heard from us, please use the link below to enter the online booking system and choose your slot for your child's parents' evening.
The Internet is an essential element in 21st century life for education, business and social interaction. The school has a duty to provide pupils with quality Internet access as part of their learning experience.
St Piran's School wishes to ensure that our children are able to use the Internet and related communications technologies appropriately and safely.
We aim to create a safe learning environment to ensure that everyone is aware of the issues and how they impact upon the school environment and the pupils within the school.
We introduce e-Safety to the children by:
- embedding e-Safety within the IT scheme of work and discussing safe use of the Internet regularly during IT and PSHCE lessons,
- posting Internet safety rules in rooms where computers are used
- developing a programme of training in e-Safety, including Internet Safety talks and Safer Internet Day.
|- taught what Internet use is acceptable and what is not and given clear objectives for Internet use.|
|- educated in the effective use of the Internet for research, including the skills of knowledge location, retrieval and evaluation, including adherence to Copyright laws.|
|- shown how to keep themselves safe when online.|
|- asked to sign an Acceptable Use of IT policy, which details the rules that pupils must follow when using school devices on which they can access the Internet. This form is counter-signed by their parents.|
|We also have a Safe Use of the Internet policy.|
As part of our programme of education we arrange for an Internet Safety expert to come to talk to parents and children on an annual basis.
The following link takes you to Paul Hay’s website which contains a wealth of information and links to the most appropriate e-safety advice sites.
Parent Zone – Digital Parenting magazine
Parent Zone is the official parents' representative on the UK Council for Child Internet Safety, which gives them a unique position as an organisation that both understands the challenges of the digital age for families, and has the ability to do something constructive to help. The following link will take you to the most recent and older copies of the Digital Parenting Magazine.
For further information, contact the School Office 01628 594300