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Parents Newsletter from the Trust

Summer Safety

With the Summer holidays fast approaching the next few weeks provide the ideal opportunity to remind children and young people about keeping safe.

As a parent you need to identify the areas which might be of greatest risk in your locality, but it is worth remembering that children and young people may be visiting different environments over the summer and might experience new risks.

There are lots of websites around which look at different aspects of safety including:

New ways to pay!

Please register online for our new way to pay for anything relating to school. More information can be found here

Stoke City 5-a-Side Football Tournament

5-a-side Tournament(2)

Easter Bonnets and Gardens

Here at Stoke Minster Primary CE Academy we have celebrated Easter with a traditional festival activity of making Easter Gardens and Easter Bonnets. A big thanks to our wonderful parents for getting involved with our children in this. Our corridors have been brightened up by the wonderful creativity, colour and hard work that has gone into producing them. Staff have enjoyed looking at all the different Easter Gardens and brightly decorated Easter bonnets. Thank you to all the children and parents for all your hard work and inventiveness.

Mothering Sunday

The whole school has been celebrating Mothering Sunday and every class had an event for Mothers or female relatives-they were very well attended. Our school also celebrates the heritage of each pupil and their family so in Year 6 they made Mother’s Day cards with a heart. This heart was made from a map of the area that their Mother was born in. What a wide variety of countries were represented. What beautiful cards!


The Momo Challange

National Online Safety have released a useful guide for parents and carers about the latest 'craze' / challange; The Momo Challange.

Please take some time to read this guide and refer back to our Online Safety page to ensure you are up to date with all things online. 

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National Online Safety has created a FREE guide to share with our community about Snapchat, the social media app which has been flagged as being one of the main sources of online grooming incidents over the past 6 months in the region.

This guide informs parents about the dangers associated with the social media platform and how they can reduce the associated risks, including sexting, snap map and snap streaks.

You can also download the guide here http://bit.ly/2K6T4NL. This is a very interesting guide and contains information that may be helpful to adults in regards to their own social media as well as in helping their children. For further information please follow this link: https://nationalonlinesafety.com.

May I remind you that the age restriction for using Snapchat is 13 years old.


Events for Autumn Term 2018

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