NEWS & EVENTS
Red Nose Day
Thank you so much for supporting our Red Nose Day at Priors Field. The children enjoyed their ‘nose and spoon' races and we raised £276 for such a good cause. We learnt about some of the children and their families whose lives are made a little easier through our fund raising. The children really appreciated that their actions today will have such a positive impact.
Friday 12th March - STEM Day
In celebration of British Science Week, all the children at Priors Field enjoyed a morning full of STEM activities. The key focus this year was to develop the children's curiosity of the world around them by encouraging them to ask investigative questions before designing their own experiments to find answers. The children had the opportunity to engage in a range of activities including building the three pigs houses from the strongest material, floating flowers, marble and colour run, light and shadow, straw aeroplanes, gliders and towering strength.
A huge thank you to all the staff for creating such an exciting, engaging and fun morning for the children on their first week back as a whole class.
Online Safety – A parent’s guide to being social online
Whether trying out new games, sharing family pics or live streaming, we will probably be spending more time online playing and socialising. Here is ThinkUKnow’s guide on how you can support your child to be safer online.
Inclusive Digital Safety
Inclusive Digital Safety advice from Internet Matters recognising that online safety needs to be an integral part of our children's digital journey. These resources can help you and your children stay safe online. https://www.internetmatters.org
Purple Mash at Home
* Go to or the school website (class page) for a link to Purple Mash
* Click on arrow and find Priors Field and click go
* Enter user name and password the same as you would do at school
* If any work has been set you will see a number next to the alert button at the top of the page
It is important that children take the same approach to online safety when using home learning resources as they do when in school. It is also important that parents are aware of the resources available and understand their role in monitoring and supporting their children during online home learning. The following resources provide guidance for parents and can be found on the safeguarding page of our website:
Home Learning Tips for Parents
Parents Online Safety Newsletter
Disabling Camera Access on Devices (PC's, Macs, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets and phones and Chromebooks)
Further guidance on supporting and monitoring your child’s home learning can be found here:
• Internet Matters - setting parental controls
• Parental Controls offered by your Internet Provider
• Facebook Parent Page Warwickshire
• Parent/Carer Toolkit
• NSPCC - Parental Controls
Did you know that our school is the catchment school for Baginton? Whilst we do have children in school from the village, we do wonder if other families in Baginton are aware that this would be their natural catchment school. We are trying to advertise ourselves but if you do live in Baginton we’d be grateful if you could pass the information onto other families with children.