Sent out 15th October 2018:
Dear Parents, Carers and Families,
From 6th to 8th November 2018 the team at Limpsfield Grange will be undergoing our Autism Re-accreditation Assessment with the National Autistic Society. This is a process where the National Autistic Society comes into school to assess how effective our autism practice is.
The Autism Re-accreditation Assessment will not disrupt any aspect of the running of the school, and will not impact on the lessons that the girl’s access.
As part of the assessment, you are invited to complete an online survey where you can share your views about the school. I have included the link to the survey below, for your information. The deadline for completing the survey is Monday 22nd October 2018, and I would be grateful if you could spare 5 minutes to feedback on your experience of Limpsfield Grange.
If you would like any further information about our Autism Re-accreditation Assessment please do not hesitate to contact me. I would be happy to answer your questions.
With kind regards
Sent out 9th October 2018:
Dear Parents and Carers,
I am writing to let you know of the following Open Events at East Surrey College, Strodes College, Carshalton College, Brooklands College, Crawley College and Nescot. Whether or not you are intending for your daughter to transition to one of these colleges, the Open Events can provide a valuable opportunity for your daughter to learn about the different Post 16 courses that are available, and therefore support our school based careers programme.
* East Surrey College Open Events 2018
Come along to one of our Open Events and find out what East Surrey College has to offer, meet staff and students and take a look around our fantastic facilities!
Avoid the queue and pre-register your details. Alternatively you are welcome to come on the day and register on arrival.
Thursday 11th October 2018, 17.30-20.00
18.00 and 19.00 – Welcome Talk
18.45 – Apprenticeship Talk
19.00 – Higher Education Talk
Saturday 17th November 2018, 10.00-14.00
11.00 and 12.15 – Welcome Talk
11.30 – Apprenticeship Talk
12.00 – Higher Education Talk
* Crawley College Open Events
Whether you want to study full-time or part-time, to land your dream job, learn new skills, start an Apprenticeship or progress to University, we can help you get there.
Open Evening – Thursday 18th October 2018
Open Morning – Saturday 10th November 2018
Open Morning – Thursday 21st March 2018
* Carshalton College Open Events
Wednesday 7th November 2018 – 4.30pm-7.00pm (last entry 6.30pm)
Tuesday 22nd January 2019 – 4.30pm-7.00pm (last entry 6.30pm)
Wednesday 6th March 2019 – 4.30pm-7.00pm (last entry 6.00pm)
Thursday 20th June 2019 – 11.00am-2.00pm (last entry 1.30pm)
* Strodes College Open Evenings
Thursday 18th October 2018 – 4.30pm-7.30pm
Thursday 7th March 2019 – 4.30pm-7.30pm
Thursday 4th July – 4.30pm-7.30pm
* Brooklands College Open Evenings
Tuesday 13th November 2018/Tuesday 5th February 2019/Tuesday 2nd April – 17.30 (Ashford Campus)
Thursday 15th November 2018/Thursday 7th February 2019/Thursday 4th April 2019 – 17.30 (Weybridge Campus)
* Nescot Open Events
13th October 2018 – Part-time and university level – 11.00am-2.00pm
21st November 2018 – Open Evening – 4.30pm-7.30pm
16th January 2019 – Open Evening – 4.30pm-7.30pm
9th March 2019 – Open Day – 11.00am-2.00pm
22nd May 2019 – Open Evening – 4.30pm-7.30pm
Youtube Parents Guide – sent out 5th October 2018
RSE letter – sent out 3rd October 2018
FVS Borough – District Coordinator – sent out 3rd October 2018
Consent to Eye Examination in School – sent out 11th September 2018
Archived letters for information:
This was sent out on 19th July 2018:
Dear Parents/Carers of Surrey students,
Please find attached the new Surrey SEND Travel Assistance leaflet. I have also been asked to share the information below from SCC.
Independent Travel Training
Surrey County Council is working with HCT Group to offer support to young people with SEND by providing travel training, to enable them to travel independently to and from school, as well as more widely. This is a wonderful opportunity to receive tailored one to one training and practical assistance to build confidence and independence to travel safely and without anxiety on public transport.The HCT Group has tested travel training programmes with other local authorities in Leeds, Norfolk and the London boroughs of Lambeth and Camden, having trained around 500 people over the last 5 years. You can read about some of their stories and case studies, and there is a BBC short film which gives a flavour of how it works http://www.travel-training.org/
If you would like any further information please contact the SEND travel assistance team: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0300 200 1004.
Consents and Medication Letter – sent out 28th June 2018
Medical consent forms
Residential and Extended Day Offer Autumn Term – sent out 15th June 2018
School uniform letter – sent out 11th June 2018
School Hoodie order form
Limpsfield Grange Residential Ofsted report (March 2018)
NSPCC Protect and Respect letter – sent out 9th February 2018
Emotional Wellbeing Parent Handout – sent out 7th December 2017
CWMT slides Moods, Anxiety, Stress – sent out 7th December 2017
WOSE letter (from our Education Welfare Officer at Surrey County Council) – sent out on 27th September 2017
The following was sent out on 14th September 2017:
Dear Parents, Carers and Families,
I wanted to share information with you about Net Aware.
Net Aware is a simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games. You can learn about the privacy settings and safety guidelines for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and more. You can also read up-to-date reviews from parents and children for each app, game and social network.
The guide, which is aimed at parents and carers of 8-12 year olds, is based on over 750 reviews from an O2/NSPCC parent panel and over 1720 young people who reviewed 50 social networks and apps.
It aims to provide parents with up-to-date information about the sites most commonly used by young people. The NSCPCC hope the guides will help parents talk to their children about staying safe on those platforms.
- minimum age for the most popular apps
- possible dangers
- why children like it
- how easy it is to report inappropriate content
- how easy it is to change the privacy setting
- general online safety news stories
I hope that you find this website useful.
Please read and share
“Snapchat map update raises child safety worries”
Recently Snapchat, an app which is sued by many children and young people, launched a new feature. Snap Maps allows users to see the location of their contacts. This feature allows other to accurately pinpoint where you are. There are three possible privacy settings:
- Ghost mode, where only you can see your position
- My Friends mode, where any contact can see your location; and
- Select Friends mode, just those who you choose can see you
Childnet have posted a thorough explanation of Snap Maps and how to ensure users stay safe http://www.childnet.com/blog/introducing-snap-maps-the-new-location-sharing-feature-in-snapchat
|Introducing ‘Snap Maps’ – the new location sharing feature …
Today Snapchat introduced a new feature, the ‘Snap Map’. This location based map allows users to see where in the country their Snapchat contacts are, as well as …
How to switch off Snap Map location sharing:
- When in photo taking mode, pinch the screen to open Snap Map
- Touch the settings cog in the top right corner of the screen
- Tap “Ghost Mode” to switch off location sharing
- Photos and videos posted to Snapchat’s public “Our Story” will still be discoverable on the map
The following was Parentmailed on 1st March 2017:
Dear Parents, Carers and Families,
I would like to update you regarding our procedures for contacting the school about medication.
Please note that all medication sent into school must be in its original packaging with a current and correct prescription label. It is your duty to inform Jennie Flint (Deputy Head of the Residential Provision) of your intention to send medication in to school by email at email@example.com and to copy Miss Phillips, Deputy Head (firstname.lastname@example.org) into your correspondence.
This change has occurred as Sarah Taylor, our Residential Keyworker with responsibility for Health and Wellbeing, has moved on to pursue other interests. We wish Sarah luck for her future endeavours.
If you have any questions regarding this matter please do not hesitate to contact me.
Absence procedures (sent out 9th January 2017)
Medication policy letter to parents (sent out 18th November 2016)
Medical consent form (sent out 18th November 2016)
Nut free school
Uniform order form – Polo Shirts
Uniform order form – Jumpers
Ofsted Residential Report March 2016