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Please find information regarding the changes due to COVID-19

We know parents and children may have many questions about school life during these new and changing times.  We have added information related to COVID-19 to this tab.  If you feel there is something missing or you would like further information, please contact the academy on 01842 762810.

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Raleigh Infant Academy has a comprehensive Risk Assessment in place that is reviewed daily following any changes in advice from the Department of Education and changes in local conditions.

Click on the link below to read the Risk Assessment in full.

Risk Assessment COVID

Updated Behaviour Policy Appendix

Catch up plan 2020-2021

We are aware of the questions, concerns and worries you may have about your child attending school.  We have made a Information Booklet to provide you with key information about the school day and some of the actions we have in place.  Click on the link below to access this document.

Opening Plans for Parents September 2020


Click the drop downs below to access more information.

Staying Safe On-line

Online Safety

We take online safety issues very seriously and want to work in partnership with parents and children to keep them safe online.  We ensure all children in the academy receive regular e-safety lessons and dedicated assemblies about keeping safe online.

We teach children the SMART rules and remind them everyday when we use technology within the classroom.


Safe: Keep safe by being careful not to give out personal information when you’re chatting or posting online. Personal information includes your email address, phone number and password.

Meet: Meeting someone you have only been in touch with online can be dangerous. Only do so with your parents’ or carers’ permission and even then only when they can be present. Remember online friends are still strangers even if you have been talking to them for a long time.

Accepting: Accepting emails, messages, or opening fi les, images or texts from people you don’t know or trust can lead to problems — they may contain viruses or nasty messages!

Reliable: Someone online might lie about who they are and information on the intenet may not be true. Always check information by

Tell: Tell a parent, carer or a trusted adult if someone, or something, makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, or if you or someone you know is being bullied online.



Click on the link to access a free copy of the SMART rules, you can display this poster at home.


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Children Safe Search Engines

As part of our e-safety teaching we ensure that we use safe search engines that are suitable for children. Here are some examples of the different search engines that are available. Please have a look and encourage your child to use these when searching the Internet at home.
– Safe search kids
– Common Sense media
– Kids Click search engine


There may be occasions where children are completing on line learning at home.

In addition to the SMART rules here are Five Ways to Help Children Stay Safe Online

1. Prioritise safety – teach children not to give out personal information, like their name, address, telephone number or which school they go to (including photos of themselves in their uniform)

2. Set Parental Controls – Agree a list of websites that your child is allowed to visit and remember to check the minimum age limit on services they are accessing eg Facebook and Youtube

3.Discuss Their Activity -Take interest in their online world.  Talk to them about their favourite websites, videos and their online friends.

4. Set Boundaries – Establish time limits for activities such as using the internet and games consoles.  Make sure to set aside time for “unplugged” famility activity.

5.Be Open – Let them know they can tell you about anything that happens on the internet and that you will listen without judgement.


Helpful Resources

Below you will find links to some helpful resources which will give you further information in all aspects of online safety.

#DITTO is a free online safety (e-safety) newsletter in PDF format for schools, organizations and parents to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology. A new edition is released approx. every 6 weeks.

Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.  Thinkuknow aims to ensure that everyone has access to the practical information – children, young people, their parents and carers and the professionals who work with them.

NSPCC Net Aware

Net Aware is your guide to the social networks your children use.  Stay up to date and keep you child safe in todays digital world.

Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe space for children.  They have lots of advice for children, parents and carers.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) have provided the following links for parents to look at, for more information on keeping your child safe online.

CEOP Youtube

This contains a variety of videos for parents and carers about different aspects of e-safety.






In the event of a local lockdown / school closure, our legal safeguarding duty remains in place.  As part of this duty, we have assessed the needs of all children in our academies and will put into place support based on this assessment.

In all cases, the categorisation is under constant review and the calls are to allow us to support our families in the most effective way.  We are able to discuss access to home learning, support in accessing services (including free school meals) and any other concerns that we or the families involved have.

For our safeguarding policies, click here 


Advice on Coronavirus

Please take a moment to look at the advice which the Government has given to minimise risk of infection which we are following at school:


We would urge parents/carers to also follow this at home.



To access our newsletters, please click here