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Snaresbrook Library APP

As part of Book Week, we are launching the Micro Librarian App. This is really exciting because, as parents, you can now access the school library from your phone or tablet.

The app is free to download from the APP store and on Google play. 

Each child has been given a code to access the APP so once you have downloaded it please enter the number along with your child's class. The code is the same as your child's library bar code number (for example 2347 2CM). 

The ILMS APP is a great resource as it means you can:

  • Search the library resources
  •   View the latest and most popular books
  • Write and record video review
  •  Check your child's library account 
  • View recommended reads
  • Request/suggest books for the school to purchase


We hope you find the APP useful.

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Preventative Curriculum at Snaresbrook Primary School

The Preventative Curriculum at Snaresbrook Primary School 

Schools have an important role in the delivery of the preventative curriculum, teaching children the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves from all forms of abuse, including peer-to-peer and online abuse, e.g. online bullying and inappropriate sharing caused by children and their peers, as well as sexual grooming and other things which mainly are linked to the behaviour of adults. 

Current research indicates that that abuse is still under-reported by children, and this is often compounded by barriers to seeking help, including not being listened to or believed by adults.

OFSTED states that ‘Inspectors will evaluate the extent to which the school successfully promotes and supports pupils’ understanding of how to keep themselves safe.’ Inspectors will want to consider evidence that pupils are able to understand, respond to and calculate risk effectively, for example risks associated with online safety.

As a Rights Respecting School, we are committed to ensuring that children's rights are respecting - especially the right to be protected from harm. At Snaresbrook, we deliver the preventative curriculum through our PSHE Programme of study (Jigsaw and Dorothy.Com) and through assemblies and themed weeks. We teach our children the NSPCC PANTS rules (My Body, My Rules) and provide them with the knowledge and skills necessary to stay safe online. Most importantly, through our Rights Respecting work we teach our children to respect the rights of others and empower them to speak out if they feel someone is not respecting their rights. 


Follow the link for information on E-Safety - http://vodafonedigitalparenting.co.uk/ . Every child has also recieve an E-Safety magazine!

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