• September Dates

    Tuesday 5th

    Children return to school


    Thursday 7th

    9am EYFS parent informal gathering - hall


    Friday 8th 3.30pm Meet the Head Teacher - hall


    Monday 11th

    Y5/6 to Isle of Wight


    Wednesday 13th

    Y3/4 to Staffordshire


    Wednesday 27th

    EYFS Curriculum Evening


    Thursday 28th

    Year 4 Harvest Assembly - Holy Cross





There are a number of informational leaflets that have been made available to us which complement the recent eSafety talks held at the School for KS1, KS2 pupils, parents, governors and staff.


In a world where technology is constantly changing and the risks to our children might be unknown to us, these provide a useful starting point and reference for finding further information.


ESafety Parent Leaflet


Child Exploitation and Online Protection


Using Social Networking Sites Safely


Young Person Guide to Cyberbullying




You don't need to be a technical expert to protect your child on the internet. Below are some very simple steps to get you started.


  1. Talk to your child about the websites that they use. By understanding and involving yourself in their internet use, you're helping to keep them safe.

  2. Be positive about the internet and remember that it is a fantastic learning and communication tool.

  3. Try not to overreact to minor issues. If your child worries that you may take away their internet access, they could become secretive and hide problems from you.

  4. Keep PCs, laptops and games consoles out of bedrooms wherever possible. Having the laptop in a family room makes it easier for you to monitor your child's internet use, whilst still giving them privacy.

  5. Set boundaries in the on-line world just as you would in the real world. Set clear ground rules and expectations for your child's on-line behaviour. If they understand what is and isn't acceptable, it may help them to navigate any problems in the future.

  6. Make sure all devices that connect to the internet have parental controls to help you set appropriate boundaries. Find your service provider and learn how to set your controls.

  7. If a games console or PC is used for on-line gaming, be aware that your child may be chatting to people on-line; make sure they are adequately supervised.

  8. Make sure that you are in control of the privacy settings for any of the on-line apps being used by your child. These need to be checked regularly to ensure that they are at the highest setting. (See NSPCC Share Aware site – link below)

Click this link to read an E-safety Awareness booklet for parents and carers produced by the County E-safety officer


Digital parenting - a publication that contains a wealth of up-to-date advice and information for parents and carers. Click on the image to view.


DigiDuck’s Big Decision is a story book you can share with your child that will help them understand how to be a good friend online.



The following websites are recommended for parents and carers. Click on the images on the right to take you to these sites.


NSPCC Share Aware


Know IT All




The parent zone


UK Safer Internet Centre


Think U Know


To report suspicious behaviour online with or towards a child go to the CEOP website.

Headteacher: Mrs Emma McLean

Pattishall CE Primary School | School Road | Pattishall | Towcester | Northants | NN12 8NE