Welcome to Yorkmead School’s website

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Yorkmead Primary School is an oversubscribed two form entry junior and infant school in Birmingham. Please use this website to keep up to date with happenings at the school. Should the information you require not be here then please feel free to email or phone the school. The contact numbers can be found on this website.

Smart Skills – Thursday mornings 9.10 – 11.10.

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Smart Skills

This workshop focuses on all aspects of personal development. You can expect to touch on employment, money management, support in reaching your personal goals and confidence and self esteem building. You can also receive a Level 2 qualification in Personal Development.

This class has already started, come along and join our existing parents. Thursday mornings 9.10 – 11.10.

“I actually really like this class its interesting” Parents of Yorkmead School

“I’m so glad I found out about this course” Parents of Yorkmead School

“This is my me time” Parents of Yorkmead School

 

Internet Safety Presentation for Parents (Yr 4, 5 & Yr 6) 9:10 am, Wednesday 24th September 2014

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This presentation aims to:

  • Raise awareness about inappropriate sexual content & contacts children might come across online.
  • Help parents identify things they need to think about so that their children can use the internet safely.
  • Provide practical & relevant advice about internet safety and details of where to go for further information.
  • Raise awareness about cyberbullying and how to combat it.

Be informed and keep your children safe on line

DATE: Wednesday 24th September 2014

TIME: 9:10am

LOCATION: School Hall

Stop it Now! UK & Ireland is a public education campaign aimed at preventing child sexual abuse by increasing public awareness and empowering all adults to act responsibly to protect children. Stop it Now! is managed by The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, a child protection charity, and supported by a National Freephone Helpline – 0808 1000 900.