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Cliftonville Primary and Pre-School is an excellent school the children are happy and thriving. The dedication and hard work from the entire school team is outstanding and clear to see. I am extremely happy with Daniel's progress since starting at the Pre-School. He seems to have made a lovely group of friends and enjoys coming in every day. I can't wait to see him progress further. Presence of Teachers and caretakers at pick up and drop off really help you feel safe. The well-being of the pupils is outstanding. They have gone above and beyond to make sure my children have felt safe at school. My child is happy to come to school, the staff are visible and approachable. It is a lovely school with a welcoming feel and a positive atmosphere. Highly visible leadership team. A feeling of pride in the school. Supportive school for both parents and children. As parents we feel really proud that our son comes to such a great school, which we knew was fabulous whether OFSTED told us or not!

Online safety

Online safety 

  • All staff will continue to look out for any signs that indicate a child may be at risk online and will report and respond to concerns in line with the Child Protection Policy addendum.
    • Where necessary, referrals will be made to LADO, children’s social care and as required, the police.
  • Learners are encouraged to report concerns to a member of staff or a trusted adult at home. Where this is not possible, additional support can be accessed online via:
  • Parents/carers are encouraged to ensure children are appropriately supervised online and that appropriate parent controls are implemented.
  • All communication with learners and parents/carers will take place using school provided or approved communication channels; for example, school provided email accounts, school text system and Facebook
    • Any pre-existing relationships or situations which mean this cannot be complied with will be discussed with the DSL.
  • Cliftonville Primary and Pre-School will ensure any use of online learning tools and systems is in line with privacy and data protection/GDPR requirements.
  • Staff and learners will engage with remote teaching and learning in line with existing behaviour principles as set out in our schools behaviour policy/code of conduct.
  • When delivering any type of remote learning, staff will:
    • Only use online tools that have been evaluated and agreed by leadership.
    • Ensure remote learning activities are planned in accordance with our curriculum policies, taking learner needs and technology access into account.
    • Where possible, pre-record content.
  • If remote learning is taking place ‘live’ using webcams or chat facilities, staff and learners will ensure a professional environment is maintained. This means:
    • Staff will record the length, time, date and attendance of any online lessons/contact held or made.
    • Live sessions will involve at least two members of staff where possible.
      • Sessions will not be delivered in any 1:1 situation, unless pre-approval has been given by the DSL and/or Headteacher and the session is auditable.
    • Staff will record any online lessons so they can be audited or accessed later if required; learners and staff should be made aware that lessons are being recorded.
    • Staff will agree online behaviour expectations with learners at the start of lessons.
      • Staff will revisit our acceptable use of technology policy with learners as necessary.
    • All participants will wear suitable dress, use professional language, and ensure backgrounds of videos (live or pre-recorded) are neutral and appropriate. 
      • Staff and learners should ensure personal information and/or, inappropriate or unsuitable personal items are not visible.
      • Where possible, other household members should not be in the background or shot; if this unavoidable, they should follow appropriate language and behaviour expectations.
  • If Live streaming, staff will mute and/or disable learners’ videos and microphones, as required.
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