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Norbury C of E Primary School

NorburyC of E Primary School

Laughter and Learning in a
Caring Christian School

Parents in Partnership

Parents in Partnership Meetings

Working together with families is crucial to the success of our work at Norbury.  We hold 'Parents in Partnership' meetings to share key messages with parents about the work of our school, school development, priorities and initiatives.

We hold regular 'Parents in Partnership' meetings for parents and share key information via our school dojo story for those unable to attend.




In June 2023, parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities from across the school (SEND) were invited to a session with Mr Steve Bembridge, the Special Needs Co-ordinator from Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School.  

Those of you that were unable to attend the session can find information about support for children with special educational needs here -

Mr Bembridge has kindly offered answer any individual queries or to meet with families by prior arrangement. He can be contacted by email at

Online Safety 



 On Safer Internet Day, February 2023, we met to share key messages around online safety.  We were supported by our IT techinican, James Hartle, and families were given the opportunity to ask their own questions about supporting online safety at home.  Many thanks to those families who attended.

This presentation was shared with families:


parenting in a digital age.pdf


ey messages given included;

  • the importance of screen free time 
  • information about setting up parental controls and online filtering
  • how to make sure that your child is only interacting with people that they know online
  • how to make careful selections about what your child is engaging with online - we recommend for honest reviews of media
  • how online safety is taught at school and key messages to give to your child

These guides may also be helpful for parents:

internet matters age guide 0 5s jan23.pdf


internet matters age guide 6 10s jan23.pdf


internet matters age guide 11 13 jan23.pdf

 Some parents requested additional material to support key messages with their child at home.  We recommend the resources freely available here at 

You can choose topics to discuss from online bullying, how to present yourself online, online relationships and privacy and security.

There are further resources available on the link below to help parents have more regular conversations with their children about online safety.

As always, please do get in touch with a member of school staff if you have any concerns about your child's behaviour or interactions online.