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16/04/19

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Teacher of Technology required for brand new six-form entry secondary school in Mersham - The successful candidate will ensure that Technology has a high profile across the School through offering vibrant and exciting learning opportunities https://t.co/7mrCS2cii9 https://t.co/lJyzxPBpvN

09/04/19

Retweeted From Integrity Coaching

If the BBC2 Documentary "School" proved anything, I believe it's that as a profession, it's time we start better supporting those that lead our schools... https://t.co/uAy8FeG1fq

05/04/19

Wishing our whole community a Happy Easter! https://t.co/iTmJ3lp3tp

05/04/19

How far can you send an egg without it cracking - teamwork challenge. https://t.co/RIxK7sdoMN

05/04/19

Students at Merstham Park enjoying our House Master Tasks today - well done to you all. https://t.co/H1QS222yKY

04/04/19

Passionate teaching will never change at our school and a delay in the arrival of our new building won’t alter that. Proud to be part of big changes and a new community. https://t.co/9BpbzzfZvZ

03/04/19

Great things will be achieved, but our new building has been delayed - our standards are high and it will be time well spent. https://t.co/Jc3FxBiQgP Looking forward to a bright future.

02/04/19

We continue with excellence while the new building is developed. There has been a delay, but nothing has changed in our big plans for a fantastic future https://t.co/Jc3FxBiQgP

01/04/19

Fantastic to have our students participating at the GLF Schools Science Fair for winners! https://t.co/tsLHYaXwDS

01/04/19

Our amazing school will have a fantastic new home, but there has been a delay. We are all committed to creating the best, but it will take a bit more time than we hoped - see the full story https://t.co/Jc3FxB1fph

30/03/19

We aim very high at all times in our brilliant school and there is a delay on the new buildings. Our passion and teaching will not be affected, we look forward to growing our community https://t.co/Jc3FxB1fph

29/03/19

Passionate teaching will never change at our school and a delay in the arrival of our new building won’t alter that. Proud to be part of big changes and a new community. https://t.co/Jc3FxB1fph

29/03/19

ICYMI: Did you see our wonderful team during World Book Day? They looked amazing! https://t.co/SqLOJvlq6J

29/03/19

Great things will be achieved, but our new building has been delayed - our standards are high and it will be time well spent. https://t.co/Jc3FxBiQgP Looking forward to a bright future.

29/03/19

Don't forget our Year 5 open mornings in April - https://t.co/xAGXLZQCvq

28/03/19

We continue with excellence while the new building is developed. There has been a delay, but nothing has changed in our big plans for a fantastic future https://t.co/Jc3FxB1fph

28/03/19

ICYMI - great event!! Looking forward to Monday. https://t.co/roPN3WFBij

28/03/19

Our amazing school will have a fantastic new home, but there has been a delay. We are all committed to creating the best, but it will take a bit more time than we hoped - see the full story https://t.co/Jc3FxBiQgP

19/03/19

Great to see so many fantastic Science entries at MPS today! Well done to all the students who entered. https://t.co/MHRWizWxS0

07/03/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Staff enjoying https://t.co/hE4oU3o9Qn

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ESafety Zone

Welcome to the School’s E-Safety Zone. Here, parents can download some helpful advice on how to keep students safe at home as well as access various external support websites.

If you would like to discuss any of what you view here further, please contact the school via info@mersthamparkschool.org

Keeping your children safe online

  • Stay in touch with what your children are doing by spending time with them whilst they are on-line, i.e. make on-line time a family activity.
  • Make sure that you know the services your children use. Find out what types of information and services are offered and whether there are ways for parents to protect their children.
  • Keep the computer in a family room rather than a child’s bedroom.
  • Go on-line yourself so that you are familiar with and understand the potential benefits and risks associated with Internet access. If you don’t know how to log on, get your child to show you.
  • Get to know your child’s ‘on-line friends’ just as you do their other friends.
  • If you are concerned about your child’s on-line activities, talk to her/him about it.
  • Develop an agreed set of ‘Family Internet Rules’ –an exemplar can be viewed below.
  • Make sure that your children are familiar with, and adhere to, your ‘Family Internet Rules’ which should be posted near the computer as a reminder.
  • Monitor your children’s compliance with these rules.
  • Should you become aware of the presence of child pornography on-line, report this immediately to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children on telephone number: 0800 800 5000.

Suggested Family Internet Rules

  • Always keep to the agreed times of day to be on-line, the length of time to be on-line, and the areas that you can visit.
  • Never give any passwords to anyone outside your family – even friends!
  • Always tell a parent about any threatening or bad language you see on-line.
  • Never give out any of the following information during a ‘chat’ session or when accessing on-line forums or message boards:
  • your real name (use a pseudonym – a false name)
  • your parents’ or brothers’/sisters’ real names (use pseudonyms)
  • home address
  • home telephone number
  • parents’ work address/telephone number
  • the name, address or location of your school
  • Never send an on-line person any photographs or anything else without first checking with a parent.
  • Never arrange for someone you meet on-line to visit your house.
  • Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with another computer user without parental permission.
  • Never respond to messages or to on-line forums or message boards items that are suggestive, obscene, threatening or that make you feel uncomfortable. If you encounter such messages then tell a parent immediately.
  • Remember that what you read on-line is not necessarily true, e.g. the person who says she is a 15 old girl could in fact be a middle-aged man.
  • Never try to order something on-line unless you are over 18 years old.

Useful Websites

Know your Apps

CEOPS

Thinkuknow

Cybersmile

Childnet 

CEOP Videos

Nude Selfies : what every parent needs to know

Net-Aware – Keeping your child safe in a digital world

Staying Safe on Minecraft

Parents’ Guide to Internet Safety