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Safer Schools Newsletter 6/7/20

Safer Schools Newsletter 6/7/20

Secondary Schools 6th July 2020Download
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Videos for parents and carers: delivering online safety at home

Videos for parents and carers: delivering online safety at home

ThinkUKnow, part of CEOP, have put together some videos informing parents on how to keep children safe online while learning...
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Update for Students 22/6/2020

Update for Students 22/6/2020

Rather than send a letter, we thought we'd update you with a video instead! https://youtu.be/YOEJ-4t0Egg AA Student Update 22/5/2020
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Grow Your Creativity Poster

Grow Your Creativity Poster

Safer Schools Norfolk are running an activity where you can create a poster of a Sunflower - yours could be...
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The Present Position on Wider Opening

The Present Position on Wider Opening

22/6/2020 - Update to Parents and Carers https://youtu.be/6IUATwh95u0 22/6/20 Update to Parents and Carers 10/6/2020 - Update to parents of...
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YAB Newsletter – May 2020

YAB Newsletter – May 2020

Read about what the Youth Advisory Board have been doing in our area recently. From Mental Health awareness week, to...
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Welcome to the Student Support Team mini-site!

Welcome to the Student Support Team mini-site!

Welcome to our own new website! We've created this site to help you get the most out of being at...
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Welcome to the Student Support Team

This website is for everything we do in the Bridge Centre. We’re here to help with your academic progress as well as emotional support to help you make the most of your time at Attleborough Academy!

On the site, you’ll find everything you need to know about being a student at AA, who you can talk to if you need help, and where to go if you want advice and help from somewhere outside of the school.

"The work of the [Student Support Team] in supporting pupils is exemplary. Pupils and parents speak highly of this provision, where pupils go when they are concerned or have problems that they need help resolving."

Ofsted 2016

If you are a parent, student or member of the community and have a concern, please contact us.

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