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Warboys Community Primary School

Moving Forward Together
To Develop Confident, Independent Learners

Useful Links

Links for Parents

Please note that we consider the links below to be useful for parents, however we can not account for the content of pages outside of the school's website.

Department for Education The latest news and information from the government.
BBC Education News The latest education news
Results Page Warboys performance data on DfE website
Cambridgeshire County Council Education Section of the county website
Help with School Expenses Online form for applying for help with school expenses with the county council
School Transport Information about pre-16 transport to school
Parental Rights Information from Direct Gov
Governors Be a School Governor - information from Direct Gov

 

 Internet Safety

Warboys School Document about Facebook and social media Information for Parents
NSPCC Net aware A guide to social networks and her child by the NSPCC
CEOP's Thinkuknow Advice regarding using popular websites and how to stay safe online.

Instagram Parent's Guide

Information for Parents whose children use Instagram.
Twitter Family Information Information for parents about Twitter

Facebook Safety Information

Information for parents about Facebook and

 

 Health Issues

Heights & Weights Information on the National Child Measurement programme for Year R & 6
Head lice Information from the NHS
Walk to School Walking to School advice
Healthy Eating Help and advice for a balanced diet
My School Lunch Information about school meals

 

 Learning

Parent Partnership Information and advice on Special Needs
BBC Schools BBC Schools website
BBC Parents Advice for parents to support children with their learning
National Curriculum Information on Assessment in Schools
Mathletics KS2 pupils have access in school and should be able to logon at home also. 
EducationCity.com KS1 pupils have access to Educationcity.com for Maths and Literacy. KS2 only have access for French. 
Accelerated Reader Some of KS1 and all of KS2 have access to Accelerated Reader to take tests of books they have read.