04/02/2019 : Dubious

– ––This is an uncertain feeling about something likely to be bad or wrong

Kindness

28/01/2019 : Manipulate

Dependable

14/01/2019 : Intrigue

Spelling

07/01/2019 : Speculation

Spelling

10/12/2018 : Sabotage

Spelling

03/12/2018 : Supposition

Advent

26/11/2018 : Capricious

Courageous

19/11/2018 : Generic

Courageous

12/11/2018 : Perspective

Respect

05/11/2018 : Anticipation    

Respect

22/10/2018 : Inspirational

Confidence

15/10/2018 : Trivial

Achievement

08/10/2018 : Implicit

Achievement

01/10/2018 : Explicit

Aspirations

24/09/2018 : Depreciate

Aspirations

17/09/2018 : Adapt

Perseverance

10/09/2018 : Versatile

Perseverance

 

Spotlight on Attendance

Spotlight on Attendance

A very important message for all parents

Lindsworth School are working in partnership with parents to improve school attendance.  We would like to congratulate the many parents who make sure their children attend school regularly. 

You will recently have received a letter regarding pupil attendance at school and we would like to draw your attention to the following.

It is parent’s legal responsibility to ensure their children receive appropriate education. Failing to send your child to school regularly without good reason is a criminal offence. 

How does your child compare?

Attendance during one school year

equals this number of days absent

which is approximately this many weeks absent

90%

19 days

4 weeks

80%

          38 days

8 weeks

70%

57 days

11.5 weeks

 

Please download a full copy of the letter [ Here

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school

Internet safety

Many of you may be aware of the risks and concerns around children playing the online game Fortnite, which has a 12 rating but is played by much younger children.

We have been made aware of an emerging trend, where people are playing strip Fortnite using webcams.

The rule is that when you achieve a “kill” you have to strip off, potentially adding an additional risk from children being exposed to and/or sharing indecent images whilst playing the game.

Please monitor what your child is accessing online.

 

Below are some suggested links which can support you in how to keep your child safe on line

 

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/findoutmore/stay-safe-useful-links

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

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk