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Oasis Watermead recognised for its commitment  to helping pupils stay safe online

Oasis Academy Watermead has successfully completed a comprehensive online safety training programme demonstrating its commitment to keeping children and young people safe online.

The primary school has received a National Online Safety Certified School Accreditation for its whole school community approach to protecting children in the online world.

Ukraine invasion - items wanted!

Thousands of people across Ukraine have been displaced as a result of the ongoing conflict in the country.

Next week, we will be asking staff, pupils and families to support our Ukraine appeal. 

A local company are delivering the items to the Polish border early next week. 

All donations need to be at school by Monday 14th March. We will also be holding a cake sale to raise funds on Friday 18th March.

Ukraine invasion resources

We have been asked by many children and families if we have any resources that they may be able to access in order to support them whilst at home. 

The Ukraine invasion has prompted many questions from our children and we are talking, daily about the situation in a calm, sensitive way based on factual information.

Join our Sleep Clinic!

Come and join a parent-focused workshop and discussion with Emma Crowder and Dr Jon Tyson, our link workers from the Mental Health Support Team (Early Intervention and Prevention part of CAMHS - Children & Adolescent Mental Health Service).

Safeguarding newsletters - February 2022

Please see our updated school safeguarding newsletters and ThinkuKnow online safety newsletter. There are some great resources, including links on how to support children keeping safe, when they are online.

 

Online safety at home:  parents and carers newsletter

Children are spending more time online doing their school work, playing games or watching videos. Technology is hugely valuable for education, as well as a way to keep in touch with friends and family. However it’s important we all consider how we can support children’s online safety during this lockdown, and always. Here’s some information about what your child may enjoy online and what you can do to help keep them safer.