The internet is a fantastic resource with many opportunities for learning, socialising and discovering. However, not all aspects of the internet and other electronic resources such as mobile phones are safe and so it is important that they are used in a responsible and safe manner in order to ensure the safety of all users.
If you would like to know more about E-Safety for your children please click below websites for more helpful information.
At Partington Central Academy, we believe it is essential for children to be educated about the appropriate use of the internet and to be aware of the possible dangers that it poses. Throughout our school, children have the opportunity to learn about how to remain safe when using the internet through ICT lessons, PSHE lessons and visits from outside agencies. The school’s own internet is monitored and protected using a strict filter.
Here are also a few different helpful websites.
BBC Online Safety
> Child Exploitation and Online Protection
> The UK Council for Child Internet Safety
We are delighted to announce that we have now secured new uniform suppliers for Partington Central Academy.
Petites Modes is a recognised leader in the supply of school uniforms and is our uniform suppliers for the new academic year. They maintain a steadfast commitment to their customers and aim to deliver an outstanding level of service across the board.
Petites Modes was established 60 years ago and continues a tradition of a local family business. In addition to their online service, they have the advantage of having a retail outlet. Their shop can be found on Tatton Road in Sale. Uniforms can be ordered online and from the shop, which gives parents the opportunity to look at the quality of the products and try them on their children. We hope this will benefit parents who are unsure of sizes and what to order.
To order your school uniform visit http://www.petitesmodessale.com/shop.html
Below is the Price List for the school uniform.
Black school shoes must be worn by all pupils. Boots, trainers or ‘trainer type’ shoes are not acceptable.
Long hair should be tied back with a plain bobble and children should not bring toys into school.
Girls must wear black flat heeled shoes; however canvas ballet style shoes are unacceptable. All shoes must be plain with no ‘bling’ on them.
Make up or nail varnish are not permitted in school.
Jewellery is not permitted in school; if you intend to have your child’s ears pierced this must be done at the beginning of the summer break, this will allow time for the healing process.
Extreme hair fashions, including dyed and ‘striped’ hair / patterned and extensions are not permitted. Shaved heads are unacceptable and hair should be no shorter than a No.3 and must be tapered or graded in.
Pupils must not come in to school with ‘transfer tattoos’.
Mobile phones are not permitted in school. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage of any items confiscated.
Whole school: Burgundy shorts and a white tee shirt.
For outdoor games all children should have suitable footwear, i.e. pumps or trainers (NOT their ordinary school shoes.)