WELCOME TO THE BIRDWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL WEBSITE
National Crime Agency provides free resources for parents to
support the protection of children
The National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command has developed Thinkuknow, an education programme providing education about, relationships and the internet to reduce children and young people’s vulnerability to different forms of abuse and exploitation.
Thinkuknow also provides a website for parents and carers, supporting them in understanding and responding to the risks their children may face as they grow. The site covers a broad range of issues from online safety and sexting. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents
We hope you enjoy your visit to our website. While browsing our site take a look at some of our children’s work. We hope that you will find our site friendly, easy to navigate and informative. Each page has a home button that will take you back to the home page at any time where you can continue your journey through our site. We have included a links page where you will find links to some very interesting sites for everyone, even those bored children on those rainy days!
Please see our School Booklet page, which contains more details and information about our school.
Birdwell Primary School’s Aims
1) The school is seen as a learning community and that strong links are further developed in the wider community.
2) All children fulfil their learning potential and achieve a high level of attainment through providing the opportunity for independence and creativity.
3)The children leave Birdwell school with values of citizenship. They demonstrate care for each other and are well behaved.
4)Together we create a purposeful, enjoyable atmosphere in school.
5)There are high expectations from all, parents, children, staff and the community so that children can pursue their ambition.
At Birdwell Primary School
We are here to learn.
We do our best.
We are kind and well behaved.
Together we try hard and enjoy ourselves.
Monday 5th September First day back at school
Tuesday 6th September – Freddy Fit
Instagram support & links
Instagram requires everyone to be at least 13 years old before they can create an account (in some jurisdictions, this age limit may be higher). If your child is younger than 13 and created an account on Instagram, you can show them how to delete their account.
If you’d like to report an account belonging to someone under 13 or if you believe someone is impersonating your child who’s under 13, please fill out this form. In order to delete a child’s account, we’ll need to verify that the child is under 13.
Read about best practices on Instagram in our Community Guidelines.
Learn more about keeping your account safe with these security tips.
https://en-gb.facebook.com/safety/groups/parents/ - copy this link into the address bar for support in using FB.
Here is the new school dinners menu for September 2016
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