We received some lovely comments from parents, carers and pupils on May 20th which was Thank a Teacher Day - "Thank you to all the staff at Niton Primary, but especially Mr Woodhouse, Mrs Tapper, Mrs Reddecliff and Mrs B. Ellen and Polly are missing school so much." - "A huge thanks to everyone working so hard at Niton. A special shout out to Mr Woodhouse who has been there constantly on google classroom to help when needed and for setting such brilliant and fun lessons! The phone call home too was really appreciated and made M’s day to speak with him! It’s really lovely to be part of such a caring school." - "Thank you to all the staff who are working hard to keep our kids safe and for providing work and support during this tough time. A special thanks to Mrs Martin, Noah’s teacher." - "A massive thank you to all the staff at Niton who make life so special and memorable for all children. Thank you also for your support during the current period, you're all doing a fantastic job in difficult circumstances. On a personal note, a big thanks to Mrs Patching. Jack says- "Thank you Mrs Patching for all you've done and for setting us some really nice work" " - "Thank you to Mrs Martin and Mrs Glover for their continued support. “I miss my friends, Mrs Martin and Mr Wheeler” from Dan." - "Thank you to everybody at Niton Primary who help and support our family. "Mrs Patching will always be my favourite teacher, but Mr Woodhouse is pretty cool too! Mrs Turner is always really smiley and I miss seeing her" from Bea. "I want to say thank you to Mrs Patching, love Annie" and finally "Mrs Wall was a brilliant teacher and always so kind to me" from an ex pupil." - "Thank you Mrs Patching for your continued support, encouragement and hard work, not only at this time but from September. Noah has benefitted hugely from your guidance, as I’m sure many others have and for this we will always be grateful. Keep smiling." - "We’re lucky with such fab teachers and support staff at our lovely school - thank you all." - "Thank you to all at Niton Primary School, especially Mrs Patching and Miss Burton for their hard work and support. The kids miss you lots!" - "Every teacher - past and present, for both of my children have been brilliant, and I’m grateful to them all. However Mrs Glover still holds the record for James’ favourite teacher EVER!" - "Thank you to Mr Woodhouse and Mrs Fuller for your great support & resources for Kai and Zac during this difficult time." - "Thank you to all the teachers and support staff." - "Thank you Mrs Martin, Mrs Patching, all teachers and all Niton Primary amazing caring staff for looking after our learning and wellbeing from Matteo and Marco." - "Thanks to all the staff at Niton Primary, especially Miss Burton for keeping the class busy during lockdown."

This year we have named our classes after sports people who have achieved amazing things and are linked to our beautiful Isle of Wight. Please click on the class names below to find out more about these inspirational individuals and to find out what’s been going on in the class groups.

Lacey

Reception

MacArthur

Year 1

Robertson

Year 2

Briggs

Year 3

Bradbury

Year 4

Sotherton

Year 5

Attrill

Year 6

 

NSPCC information

Information for Parents and Carers – NSPCC

Working together to help prevent abuse and keep children and young people safe.

The NSPCC offer a wide range of resources to help parents, carers and other members of the community to ensure they are able to meet their safeguarding responsibilities:

NSPCC Helpline – Parents, carers and members of the public can contact the NSPCC helpline whenever they are worried about a child by calling 08088 005000, emailing help@nspcc.org.uk or contacting the NSPCC online at nspcc.org.uk/helpline.  The helpline is free, available 24/7 and calls can be made anonymously.  This service can also be used for general advice and guidance.

Need-to-Know Guides – Further information on a range of issues can be accessed through a series of guides.  These include leaving children home alone, holding babies safely, and spotting signs of abuse and neglect.

www.nspcc.org.uk/leaflets

PANTS – The Underwear Rule: Talking PANTS teaches children important messages, like their body belongs to them and they should tell an adult if they are upset or worried.  Using age appropriate language, PANTS allows parents and carers to have difficult conversations around sexual abuse without even mentioning the word “sex”.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwaer-rule/

ShareAware: The internet is a great place for children to learn and ShareAware makes it safer.  ShareAware provides straightforward, no-nonsense advice to help untangle the web and empowers parents and carers to have conversations with their children about staying safe online and through social media.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

NetAware: Net Aware is an online tool that informs parents about the social networks, apps and games that children might be using.  We looked at the frequency of inappropriate content, how robust and easy to find the privacy settings are, and why children like using the sites.  We regularly update Net Aware with the new apps, and parents can sign up to Net Aware newsletters to keep up with digital trends.

www.net-aware.org.uk

NSPCC/02 Online Safety Helpline: this helpline provides practical, technical advice including parental controls on electronic devices, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks, and information about online gaming. 08080 005002.

 

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