Online-safety is a critical issue for schools and their supporting communities.

On an almost weekly basis we hear news stories about children being bullied or abused through the internet,  sometimes with terrible consequences.

If you have been made aware of any issues that affect the safety of your child online, please contact the school as soon as possible.

The Stanway School has two main roles; to raise awareness both in school and in our community and to ensure that our children have a thorough education in e-safety issues. This will allow them to make informed and sensible choices when using technology. In addition to our curriculum content and e-safety week for the students, we offer a Parents’ Information Evening for Year 7 parents in October each year. If parents of students in other years are interested in hearing about e-safety, please contact the school. If there is enough interest we will put on another event later in the year.

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National "Thank a Teacher" Day - Thursday 26th May

Dear Parents and Carers 26th May is National Thank a Teacher Day.  Our teaching and support staff work tirelessly to enable our students to enjoy their learning and achieve their personal best.  I know many of you appreciate the work they do and we would love to see as many 'thank you cards' as possible sent this week.  You can send a free thank you to any member of staff; teachers, teaching assistants, catering, site team, cleaners, admin.  You can access the thank you cards via this link. 'Thank You Card' 
If you do not know the email of the staff member directly you can use the formula below or send it to admin@stanway.school

To email a class teacher at The Stanway school, please use our standard formula:  forename.surname@stanway.school

For example, to contact Mr S Barker:- Scott.Barker@stanway.school