Engaging parents in their child's learning is a key priority for St Charles Primary School. Teachers are always free to chat at the beginning and end of each day. So if you have any questions or comments please do come and speak to us.
Copy of letter regarding family giving scheme is detailed below:
While we recognise that the internet is a wonderful tool used to enhance learning, we are also aware of the potential dangers which children can face;
"As in any other area of life, children and young people are vulnerable and may expose themselves to danger - knowingly or unknowingly - when using the Internet and other digital technologies. Indeed, some young people may find themselves involved in activities which are inappropriate or possibly illegal." (Safeguarding Children in a Digital World. BECTA 2006)
Our aim is to equip the children with the knowledge and skills that will help keep them safe whilst using the Internet. The most important thing we can do is to talk to our children about their internet usage, and importance of online safety.
Children are encouraged to follow the SMART Rules:
S- Stay Safe
M- Don't Meet Up with people
A- Don't Accept any files you're not sure about
R- Remember, not all information on the Internet is Reliable.
T- Tell an adult when you're unsure about something.
There are a variety of different websites which can be used to promote online safety:
Parents can also download the entry forms on www.leicestershiretradedservices.org.uk under services LTS Catering.
Here at St Charles we operate a Red and Green band system; children are able to choose from a meat option (red), or green option (vegetarian). They are then given a coloured band to wear, to ensure they receive the correct meal. Please look at the menus with your child and discuss the options they would like.
Below is a link to the County Council website with details about the current menu and Free School Meals Applications.
Leicestershire Partnership - Health for Kids
Cool Milk - providing fresh milk to school daily for 22p a day.