In response to recent reports of inappropriate videos on YouTube, which are deliberately aimed at children, this factsheet has been designed to raise awareness and ensure that parents know how to keep their children safe online: YouTube_safety_factsheet

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Year 4 had an amazing day learning about Roman Lullingstone villa. The villa was built in about AD 100 and developed to suit the tastes and beliefs of successive wealthy owners, reaching its peak of luxury in the mid-4th century. As part of their trip Year 4 viewed the spectacular mosaics and prints of the…

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The tag rugby festival that Purley Oaks took part in at Old Whitgiftians Rugby Club was a great success. It was a good experience and we all enjoyed it.  The first two matches we lost, 3-2 and 2-1, but then we won the next match 2-1 and finally a 4-0 win to finish which was brilliant.…

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House Teams Our school vision is that every child at Purley Oaks feels supported, valued and challenged. House teams are a valuable way of promoting this vision because they help to create a sense of community and champion team work. The school’s house point competition and inter-house challenges encourage pupil collaboration from Nursery to Year…

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The role of a school governor is extremely important and many essential decisions about this school are taken by our Governing Board. School governors work together with the school leadership team to continually improve the education for every child at our school. Our school governors have 3 core functions. They: Ensure the clarity of vision,…

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