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A letter to parents…

Dear Parents and Carers

As we return from the half term break, I wanted to welcome you all to United Learning. I am delighted that Worsbrough Bank End Primary School has joined our Group.

United Learning is a group of schools, which aims to provide excellent education to children and young people across the country. We make it our mission to bring out the best in everyone – pupils, staff, parents and the wider community.

Worsbrough Bank End Primary School is a very welcome addition to United Learning and we look forward to working with pupils, staff and parents. As a part of our Group, the school will be able to share best practice with our schools across the country and staff will benefit from the Group’s wide range of high-quality professional development opportunities. In particular, we are looking forward to building a close relationship between Worsbrough Bank End and our Barnsley and High Hazels Academies as well as with Hunningley Primary School, which also joins our Group today.

We have a flourishing and growing group of primary schools – both academies and independent schools – and we look forward to sharing our expertise with you as well as benefiting from the experience and expertise that Nic Thorpe and her colleagues will undoubtedly bring to our Group.

There is some excellent work underway at Worsbrough Bank End and we look forward to supporting you as the school continues to go from strength to strength.

May I wish you all a very happy and successful remainder of the term. Yours sincerely

Jon Coles
Chief Executive

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Safer Internet Day

Dear Parents and Carers,

Today is Safer Internet Day. This is a National Day run by the INSAFE network and is celebrated every year across Europe, and in other countries worldwide. This year’s theme is ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet’.

This day is a great opportunity to highlight internet safety awareness and all children will be having a special lesson in school today. It is also just as important to raise this awareness with parents and carers too. We have a number of leaflets available in school with a range of advice and information for parents and carers. Please call into Reception should you need any support with online safety.

To mark Safer Internet Day I am setting all families a very important e-safety homework task. Attached to this letter is a ‘Family Agreement’. This is something that Childnet suggest all families should take the time to make to keep everyone safe online. Conversations and rules around internet use are vital in ensuring children’s safety and making this agreement is a great way to do this.

Please see the attached documents to the left for some useful tips in completing this. 

All children who return their family agreement by Friday 17th February will be rewarded with 10 Bonus Homework Bravo Points and entered into a prize draw for a family prize.

Good luck!

Miss Barker

Head of School

Family-agreement

Letter to Families

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