Online Safety – App information

Online Safety – App information

Dear Parents/Carers,

This is to inform you of an app that has come to light this week. The app is called Sweet Snap and there is an upgrade called Sweet snap lite.

This is a dangerous app to download. If downloaded it has been reported to also download additional software to your phone siltently. There have been instances of student’s photos being uploaded from the phone silently too. There are multiple adults accessing the chat and trying to talk to the chilldren in a sexual manner.

This has been reported to the Police but please can all parents/carers check their child’s phone and remove this app if they have it.

Please can you speak to your child about online safety.

If you would like additional resources to support this, then click the link below.

If you have any concerns regarding any apps or online safety, then please inform the Police and school.

School Reopening Update 26.5.2020

Week beginning 1st JuneKEY WORKER FAMILIES ONLY

We are currently on our 2-week half term holiday however staff from school have kindly volunteered their time so that we can continue to support our key worker families.

I have been in touch with key worker families who accessed the OLI Hub to plan for their childcare needs however if you think that your child comes under the key worker category and you require childcare for the week beginning 1st June 2020 please email will need to provide details of your employment and shift patterns so that we can ensure that we don’t exceed staff- pupil ratios. The full list of key workers according to the Government can be found at this link


If your child falls  into the vulnerable category set out by government they will also be able to attend school from the 8th June 2020 . If your child has already attended a childcare hub we have planned for these children however if you have not attended a childcare hub and you feel that your child comes under either category please email outlining your childcare needs. A member of staff will be in touch.

ADHD Foundation Webinar Training for Parents

There will be availability for parents to attend webinars from The ADHD Foundation.

Topics will include:

  • ADHD and Treatment – AM
  • Sleep and Wellbeing – PM
  • Stress awareness and self-regulation – Evening

There will also be workshops on Emotional wellbeing and mental health with a focus on moving towards transition which will be held on Wednesday Evenings 7-8pm.

If you wish to attend please email school using the SEND e-mail address and your request will come directly to myself. I will then give you further details to access them.

This training is primarily for families who have accessed support from the ADHD Foundation through school; or for those families who have a child with a diagnosis of ADHD/ASC or have a child on Pathways.

Further information can be found on the SEND page of Home Learning.

Keep safe and take care, Mrs Brown

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