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Coronavirus Update
Parkside Middle School is now closed, with notable exceptions, in line with government guidelines

Our April Newsletter has been added to the Newsletters page, and for our latest news please visit our School News page.

We hope everyone is safe and well. For your information, there will be no Home Learning Letters for the Easter Holiday;
these will commence again on Monday 20th April. In the meantime, we have put together some Easter activities which are optional for you to try.
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Safeguarding, Inclusion and Welfare

Parkside Middle School is committed to safeguarding and the PREVENT strategy. Pupils learn to accept and uphold our fundamental British values, and we are dedicated to meeting all pupils individual needs in order for them to succeed in every area of school life.
We believe the school/learning environment has a central role in a child’s emotional, social, and moral development, just as it does in their academic development.
Children bring to school a wide range of emotional needs, behaviour patterns and social experiences based on differences in home values, attitudes and parenting skills.
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The Inclusion Team: 

Mrs. Jenkin – Deputy Headteacher, Behaviour, Inclusion, Welfare (SDP/Child Protection, CSE, Prevent lead)
Mr. Swaffield - Lead Pastoral Manager
Mrs. Moffatt - SENCo

Mrs. Datson - Leader of Mainstream Autism base
Mrs. Persich - Assistant Pastoral Manager
Mrs. Varley - Head of Welfare
Miss O'Hara - Lead Thrive Practitioner
Mrs. Askew - Inclusion & Assessment Team Administrator
Mrs. Dallaway - SEN Administrator

 

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