Sexting - what parents should know and how they can help

Nick Titchener
20 October 2017

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How to talk to your child about the risks of sexting and what you can do to protect them. While you may feel uncomfortable around the topic, it is vitally important that you talk to your child about the risks of sexting, even if you can’t imagine them ever being involved. 

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12 days of Christmas fair planning

Clare Jenner
18 October 2017

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When it comes to planning your Christmas fair, stalls and games are a focal point and lots of you are open to mixing things up with new ideas. We've chosen 12 of our favourites, why not try something new this year?

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NSPCC's PANTS campaign - how to help your child to stay safe

Margaret Gallagher
09 October 2017

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Over the last few years, the NSPCC’s “Underwear Rule” campaign- also known as the PANTS campaign – has been supporting and encouraging parents to talk to children aged between four and 11 about staying safe from sexual abuse. Here's how you can help keep your child safe. 

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In the driving seat now...

Steven Duckworth
04 October 2017

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It's probably fair to say that my knowledge of Parent, Teacher Associations (PTAs) at the beginning of the summer was limited at best. My view of PTAs - as much as I had one - was peppered by stereotypes that I'm sure you've all been exposed to before, so won't rehearse again here. So it was with limited insight and a fair amount of trepidation that I agreed to become the Chair of our local PTA.

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19 quick and easy ways to support your PTA

Shula Farnie
20 September 2017

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To help people realise that really any help is appreciated, here is a list of simple/ short/ fun jobs you can ask people to volunteer for.

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