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Fritchley CE (Aided) Primary & Nursery School

Here are some wonderful comments from Parents after our November 2018 parental survey...

'I frequently recommend this school to others as both my children have always loved it here, have lovely friends, love their teachers and are both exceeding where they should be.'

'Small classes, very friendly, great for including parents'


'I recommend this school to anyone.'


'There’s been loads of parents I have told about this school.'

'The school works tirelessly to meet the needs of my child, supporting her emotional development as well as her learning.'

'My children both enjoy school immensely. They take part in a variety of learning experiences which gives them motivation to learn.'

'All the staff are approachable. I feel able to discuss any issues which arise and most importantly the children are happy.'

'Good reasonable sized school, with good facilities and staff.'

'Fantastic school and teaching environment.'

'Terrific staff.'

'Really pleased with my child’s progress and the whole school.'

'Incredibly supportive staff who are incredible and have the children’s learning and welfare at the heart of everything.'

'It is a friendly school, which makes the whole family feel included.' 

'My child is taught well and makes good progress.'

'Very happy mum!'

'I am happy with this school and my child’s progress.'

Fritchley Church of England (Aided) Primary & Nursery School

Online Safety

One of the biggest challenges facing parents and carers today is keeping up with the wealth of new technologies available and ensuring that your child stays safe when they are online. As part of our I.C.T. and PSHE curriculum, we include lessons on Online Safety every year. It’s also important that parents and carers talk to children about these topics at home.

We have put together a list of resources for you to read about and use with your child if you want to. We hope you find them useful!

Information for Parents

 ThinkUKnow Click on the advice for children in Primary Education or watch “The Parents’ and Carers’ Guide to the Internet”.
 Childnet International Includes lots of advice for parents, including conversation starters, hot topics of interest, guides to parental controls and much more.

The Facebook Family Safety Centre

Instagram Help Center Tips for Parents


Twitter Safety Center – Families



Parents’ guide to Online Safety

Online Safety advice for parents and carers

Parents’ guide to Snapchat


Children's use of digital technology is one of the biggest threats to a child’s mental and sometimes physical well being.

There are 1000’s of applications children use, many with the potential of creating a safeguarding concern and making a child vulnerable online.

Common Sense Media is a great resource for getting to know about not just the apps available, but for all media that children and young people use, watch, read, or have access to.

The UK Safer Internet Centre publish a newsletter which often contains practical and useful information regarding keeping children safe online. Their newsletters covers issues such as Pokémon Go and keeping safe during the holidays.

Click here to visit their home page. You may want to sign up for their newsletter, too.

Other useful On Line Safety links can be found here. Click on the icon below or links listed for more information on how to keep your child safe on line.



Derbyshire Safeguarding Board

CEOP’s Think You KNOW



DCC - What is Bullying?


Parent Zone

On Line Bullying e-book for parents

Internet Safety E-book for Parents

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