Information for Parents and Pupils can be found on the following websites (all links open in a new tab):
Oak National Academy
To support the hard work of schools in delivering remote education, Oak National Academy is launching a website. This brand-new enterprise has been created by 40 teachers from some of the leading schools across England, backed by government grant funding. It will provide 180 video lessons each week, across a broad range of subjects from maths to art to languages, for every year group from Reception through to Year 10. https://www.thenational.academy/
Daily Lessons on the NEW Bitesize.
Bitesize has launched a new website, revamped and packed with resources. They are bringing three new lessons every weekday, with videos, activities and more. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
Parents like to learn as well!
Millions of users are signing up for free courses taught by professors from Harvard and other top universitiesThe specifics vary from platform to platform, though many follow the same basic model. With the larger platforms such as edX, Coursera, and FutureLearn, you can choose university-affiliated courses –In many cases enrolment is free, but may have to pay to get a certificate verifying that you have completed the course. https://www.edx.org/
Diego, Francis Barber Drama Teacher, has created a website with resources for families and young people of all ages with some fun activities and learning resources http://www.openhomelearning.com
Guidance about safeguarding can be found on the Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Board website
Whistleblowing policy – Wandsworth Council HR or general guidance can be found at https://www.gov.uk/whistleblowing
The NSPCC whistleblowing helpline is available for staff who do not feel able to raise concerns regarding child protection failures internally. Staff can call: 0800 028 0285 – line is available from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Monday to Friday and Email: email@example.com
To help students achieve their full potential we ask you to:
- Contact us if you have any concerns
- Let us know when students are going to be absent
- Attend all meetings
- Help your child to achieve any learning or behaviour targets which may be set.
- Encourage your child to attend regularly and punctually.
“My son is already pleased with the institution, I as his Dad, after the meeting with his key stage tutor, I am impressed with the report.”
“My son has received lots of help here. The PRU has helped to calm down and it has challenged his behaviour”
“Since my child has been coming to the PRU he’s learnt to listen to his teacher and his behaviour is good”