Spring Hill School

Localised news and information you may find useful:


➜  Term Dates 2024/2025

➜  Term Dates 2023/2024


➜ Parent Zone School poster


➜  The Go-To-Emotional wellbeing and mental health

➜  Accelerated Reader for Parents

➜  What Parents and Carers need to know about Spotify 

➜  Inspecting Non-Association Independent Schools - Parents Leaflet

➜  Letter to Students from Ofqual's Chief Regulator

➜  Talking to your Child about Online Sexual Harassment Online Guide

➜  Talking to your Child about Online Sexual Harassment Online (Poster)

➜  UA Course Flyer

➜  UA Courses - Registering with NYES and booking a place

➜  North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership

➜  National Autistic Society - Safeguarding Young People

➜  National Measles Guidelines



➜  Letter to parents - Increase in scarlet fever

Guides for Parents

➜  Parents Guide - Snapchat

➜  Parents Guide - Pokemon Go

➜  Parental Control for Apps - IPhone

➜  Parental Control for Apps - Android

➜  North Yorkshire Children Safeguarding Partnership

Wellbeing Apps for Kids 

➜ Yorkshire Attractions: Summer Voucher Book

Support for Parents



➜  Internet Matters

➜  Parent Zone

➜  Childnet

➜  Parents Protect

➜  A-Z Index For Schools and Curriculum

➜  Safeguarding Children

➜  National Online Safety: Social Media Scams

➜ Online Autism Support for Parents

 Online ADHD Resources and Links

 Online Support for Anxiety, Anger and School Refusal

➜ Solihul Parenting Courses  


Cambian Spring Hill School takes online safety very seriously and subscribes to the National Online Safety forum. We are delighted to be able to give all of our parents and carers access to free updates and learning modules, webinars and guides on a variety of topics that are designed to help maintain staying safe online. We hope you take full advantage of this fantastic opportunity which also further strengthen our home/school partnership.


➜  National Online Safety Mobile App


The summer holidays are full of opportunities. It’s uplifting for children and young people to be freed from the restrictions of their normal weekly timetable – and with the whole holiday to enjoy, there’s lots of time to fill. Of course, the challenge for parents and carers is to find activities that are not only educational but will prove popular with young ones! Aside from video games and surfing the internet, there are plenty of edtech (educational technology) avenues for digitally savvy youngsters to explore. We’ve compiled a rundown of some of our favourites …


In the guide, you'll find ideas for sports fans, artists, explorers, avid readers and much more!


➜  A free online safety guide - EdTech Summer Holiday Guide


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