Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WHEmail:
0161 921 1940
The school has been given the opportunity to take part in a project that will run jointly between schools and Greater Manchester Police. This is called Operation Encompass.
This means that if police are called out to a domestic abuse incident the school will be notified so that they can care for your child’s needs the following day. Operation Encompass has been designed to provide early reporting to schools of any domestic abuse incidents that occur outside of school but which might have an impact on a child attending school the following day. This information will be shared on school days during the school term. When incidents occur on a Friday, Saturday or a Sunday, the police will contact the relevant school the following Monday.
A nominated member of school staff, known as a Key Adult, will be trained to liaise with the police. At St Edmunds RC Primary school our Key Adults in school are Mrs Harrison (Head Teacher) and Mrs Yardley (School based family support).
They will be able to use information that has been shared with them, in confidence, to ensure that the school is able to support children and their families. Information will be shared where it is identified that a child or young person was present, witnessed or was involved in a domestic abuse incident.
We always endeavour to offer the best support possible to our pupils and believe that Operation Encompass is going to be beneficial and supportive for all concerned.
Some information about Encompass is included in this letter but if you would like more information about this new initiative, you can contact our Key Adult at St Edmunds RC Primary school .
Salford Community Sport are offering a NEW Walkden youth project
This exciting new venture is FREE to attend and is for children aged 10+
Please call Amy Hallsworth on 0161 778 0569 for more information
Are you worried about something but not sure who to talk to?
I am here to help!
My name is Kellie Yardley and I am the school's children and family worker.
I am always available for a chat and can hopefully help you sort out anything you may be worried about.
I can give you information and advice on,
Or anything else which may be worrying you and don’t know where to turn
Please call into school to see me or phone me on 0161 921 1940
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual, emotional and physical abuse of children.
There is lots of information for parents about keeping your children safe online.
Online safety and keeping children safe is a high priority in school.
We need parents to keep there children safe at home online too
please check your children's settings online
Attached is the guide for Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Apple and Nintendo 3DS.
ARE YOU LOOKING TO GET FIT
why not go along to one of the FREE sessions in Little Hulton & Walkden
Get Fit Get Social
Stop smoking support
NHS health checks
Raising self esteem
and many many more
We do lots of work at St Edmunds around bullying and online safety and what this looks like to a child.
Here is some support around bullying behaviour for parents to read through to ensure your children are safe online.
Please speak to your children around friendships and falling out and how this is different to bullying.
If your child/children feel they are being bullied online please use this document for support and let the school know as soon as possible.
We can support your children in school with such issues but we are unable to deal with these issues out of school.
Please speak with and support your children if this is happening out side of the school
Mustard Tree supports families in the community with:
Contact them on 0161 288 7331
or call into
Mustard Tree 50 Hulton District centre
Sure Start Children's Centre
We work very closely with the Children's Centre in Little Hulton.
There are lots of activities for you attend with your little ones during the Summer holidays
some of these include,
Swimming, stay and plays and lots of outdoor activities to keep you all entertained
Children's centre is open:
Monday - Thursday 9.00am - 4.30pm
and Fridays 9.00am - 1.00pm
During the school holidays children from birth to 8 years are welcome to attend the sessions
STAYING SAFE ONLINE
At St Edmunds we really value the importance of teaching our children how to be safe both online and in the ‘real world’.
We also appreciate the opportunity to share ideas and talk to parents about this.
Did you know about ‘Youtube Kids’
This is specifically for children and they can only access appropriate videos on it. A couple of parents said they used this and it worked well. It can be found via google.
Parental controls and filters
These are vital in order to safeguard your children. The NSPCC works in collaboration with O2 to help parents set these up. You can phone them for advice on 0808 800 5002 and they will talk you through how to ensure all your parental settings and controls are in place. Some parents have used this and found it to be very useful.
This is a new support group in Little Hulton, supporting children and their families with Autism/ Asperger's
The group will offer a range of support and give everyone the opportunity to learn about Autism and Asperger's
Help to find strategies and resources for a child or adult on the ASD spectrum.