Stubbin Wood School

Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential

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Message from the Head Teacher
I feel very privileged to be the Headteacher of Stubbin Wood School & Nursery, a school where you can be confident your child will be safe, happy, and have their individual needs met through our specialist teaching and interventions.
Our values are reflected in our mission statement: 'Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential. Inclusion is the centre of our ethos and day to day working practices as "Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success" cannot be achieved without it. It is therefore part of the role of every member of staff.
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On-line Safety

We have given online safety it's own page on our website because it's such a big area.  It's a worrying area for parents and carers (as well as young people too) because it can be sophisticated and sneakily clever.  Most importantly, don't be worried about talking about online safety with your child and be prepared to take command if you need to.  The following sources of information should provide you with extra help to do this.

ThinkuKnow is a national charity led by the National Crime Agency’s CEOP CommandThere is a wealth of information available to parents and young people on the ThinkuKnow website.  There are activity packs, information links and videos to help you talk through tricky issues such as sharing sexual selfies images online.  Videos are offered in a range of formats to enable accessibility.
NSPCC Parents Safe online.  It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. From setting up parental controls to advice on sexting, online games and video apps, we can help you to understand the risks and keep your child safe.

Childline have developed resources to help children in the most supportive way.  They recognise that it’s not always easy to know what’s safe online and what’s not. Their advice can help your child keep safe and to know what to do when things go wrong.