Wiz App is a new social networking app that allows live chat with strangers from around the world. There is a real danger of your children talking to adults online through this app. This safety guide will help you and your child navigate the app.
Due to the cost of living crisis, and the fact many parents find fancy dress for their children stressful, we are going to run a competition to see who can make the best costume!
I will be holding an assembly this Friday morning where House Carmel will be launching the competition.
Here are some amazing web-sites that have cheap and easy ideas for World Book Day:
Influencers are just that. They influence people, including many children. It’s one of the reasons why it costs almost £10 for a bottle of Prime Drink. This guide helps parents understand how they can help their child navigate the challenging world of influencers.
World Book Day is Thursday 2nd March this year. Here is the newsletter outlining what will be happening next week.
Lots of our children at St. Alban’s consider themselves gamers. But to a lot of parents, it is esoteric knowledge. This simple guide offers some brilliant tips should parents require them.
A huge congratulations to these children for achieving their Governor’s Reading Award. To earn this you must read three times a week (almost) every week for the entire school year.
This week’s e-safety guidance is on the popular Roblox software. the guidance discuess the studio, chatting and friend requests as well as online payments and how to keep your child safe.