Staying Safe Whilst Learning at Home
Please have a look at the help sheet accessed via the link below for ways of staying safe on-line as well as the link to a website which gives activities for you to do:
You can tell us how you feel about the school by clicking on the Parent View logo on our Home Page.
Tell us what you think..
East Riding LA are asking parents to visit the site to tell them about their experiences as a parent in the East Riding of Yorkshire using the link below. This will then inform the new Parenting Strategy being developed by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
School Closure information
The decision to close a school, either partially or totally, lies with the head teacher. Examples of situations where if might be appropriate to consider closure include:
Loss of heating or lighting
No drinking water or inability to flush toilets
Severe weather - Inability of staff or pupils to attend school
Fire, storm or flood damage
In the event of an emergency, or where a partial or full closure is being considered. The school will contact the Local Authority and the Local Radio station to keep everyone informed. The school will send our text messages where possible.
BBC Radio Humberside
BBC Radio York
Yorkshire Coast Radio
Here is a link to a really useful website www.thinkuknow.co.uk which has some very useful advice and information both for children and parents and carers on "e safety" safe use of the internet.
If you would like to discuss any child protection or safeguarding issues please contact either:
Mrs Cattle, Headteacher, is our Child Protection Co-ordinator, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator and Designated Safeguarding Lead.
In the absence of Mrs Cattle, our Deputy Child Protection Co-ordinator is Miss Peacock.
All are available to contact via the school office on 01430 810240.
Chair of Governors
Mr Kevin Beaumont
In order to comply with the 1998 Data Protection legislation, you are informed that the data supplied by you, or your child, in relation to your involvement with this school, both now and in the future, will be processed in confidence. The information you provide will be used for the purposes of maintaining accurate records with regard to registration and contact details. Also statistical information required by other education bodies such as a new school, Local Authority, OFSTED, and the DfE.
If you have any queries about the processing of your data or would like to know what information we hold about you, please contact the headteacher
Freedom of Information Act
The Act creates two main rights for the public and others in relation to access to information held by public bodies:
- The right to be told whether or not the information requested is held
- The right to be given that information within 20 working days
These rights are subject to:
(a) The payment of the appropriate fee (if any)
(b) The applicant providing sufficient detail to identify the information requested and its location; and
(c) Any exemptions under the Act There is also a duty on the council to provide advice and assistance to any applicant who may wish to make a request..