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For all enquiries we can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively you can complete the contact form within this website.
If you need to speak to a member of staff regarding your child, the first point of contact will be your child's class teacher, or alternatively one of the Phase Leaders:
Early Years Leader/ Assistant Head Teacher - Mrs Bradley;
Key Stage 1 Leader - Mrs Miller;
Lower Key Stage 2 Leader - Mrs Gibson;
Upper Key Stage 2 Leader/ Assistant Head Teacher - Mrs Reay
SENCO /Assistant Head Teacher - Mrs Gleadow
Otherwise please contact one of us.
Mrs Day & Mrs Kerr
Head Teachers (Job share)
Keeping your personal data safe - Data Protection Act 2018
As you may already be aware, the above legislation (also known as the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. Its aim is to:
strengthen people’s rights over their personal information; and
make organisations more accountable for the personal information they process.
Newcastle East mixed multi Academy Trust (NEAT) is the data controller for all five schools within our trust. Privacy notices are the information we provide to people about how and why we process their personal data.
Our privacy notice for personal data held about pupils and their parents/carers is published on the NEAT website:
Please read the Privacy Notice and let us know if you have any queries by emailing the trust at email@example.com
We may provide additional privacy notices from time to time when you need more specific information about how personal data will be processed e.g. school trips, projects.
NEAT carried out a public consultation on proposed changes to the admissions arrangements for 2020-21 for its schools between Monday 5 November and Sunday 16 December 2018. Only one response to the consultation was received, from Newcastle City Council, which supported the proposed changes.
The Trust Board approved the proposed admissions arrangements for 2020-21 at the board meeting held on Wednesday 19 December 2018.
The agreed policy is published on the school website.
To all Newcastle Schools - Discussing E-Safety with Children – information from Northumbria Police
Following queries from a number of schools relating to the recent media coverage of online challenges, Northumbria Police are raising awareness across the city about staying safe online. Northumbria Police are encouraging school staff and parents to familiarise themselves with the online safety guide for parents and carers for social media apps and platforms:
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