Bedford Drive is an inclusive welcoming school that recognises the achievements of all.
We aim to:
create learners for the future. For pupils to believe in themselves and become confident, independent and self-motivated with the necessary basic skills to succeed.
work in partnership with staff, parents, governors and the wider community to create a learning environment that is respectful and tolerant of others, instilling traditional values of hard work, good manners and self-discipline.
provide a safe and secure school with a strong, caring ethos, promoting the healthy development of all.
inspire pupils through an exciting and excellent curriculum that promotes enjoyment and life-long learning.
Our behaviour policy set’s out our approach to managing behaviour at our school and details how we recognise and promote good behavior. You can access the full policy here.
We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our school. If bullying does occur, all pupils should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. We are a TELLING school. This means that anyone who knows that bullying is happening is expected to tell the staff.
Please see below the following documents, which will provide more information around the schools approach to managing bullying.
E-Safety Resources for Pupils
There are a number of resources below that parents may find useful to support the e-safety curriculum that is delivered in school to help keep our children safe online.
Here are some links that you may find useful:
E-Safety Resources For Parents
Worried about keeping your children safe online at home?
With the internet becoming an integral part of every day life, it is vital that parents and children are aware of how to keep themselves safe online.
At Bedford Drive Primary School we are committed to educating children and the school community on how this can be achieved and we have fantastic partnerships with numerous agencies who help us with this.
Please do not hesitate to contact school for support. You can also visit the THINK U KNOW website which offers advice on how to keep your child safe online at home, if you are worried about your child and how to report an incident.
Do you want to know how to set up controls on your devices?
E-safety advice for the use of mobile devices at home e.g filtering, parental controls etc can be found here, with thanks to our Curriculum Consultants at hi impact Consultancy.
Here is an additional website:
Online Safety Resources
Please find below a range of leaflets produced by the NSPCC that will support parents in helping keep children safe online.
There is also a link to a useful website, which has a guide to the social networking sites that children may use and what parents need to be aware of.