What Parents and Carers Need to Know About Chatroulette - #WakeUpWednesday
What Parents and Carers Need to Know About
Before Zoom, before Teams, there was Chatroulette. But users of that video calling software tended not to be offering anything as innocent as a quiz, and there was usually only one item on the agenda. A runaway word-of-mouth success on its launch in 2009, Chatroulette since seemed to have melted away into internet obscurity. But a surge of new users during lockdown appears to have brought it back from the brink.
So what happens on Chatroulette calls? Is there really as much inappropriate content as popular opinion would suggest? Who uses the service? And is any part of it safe … at all? This week’s free #WakeUpWednesday guide investigates.
World of Work Week - Health and Social Care
About this Event:
We have 5 sessions for you to choose from. Browse to see which ones you would like to receive pre-recordings for.
An Introduction to Health & Social Care
We’ve partnered with health and social care organisations in the Black Country to showcase the exciting opportunities within this sector. This session will highlight the variety of health and social care job roles available and the routes to get into the industry.
Choosing Care as a Career
This session looks at the variety of career paths open to people who would like to work in health and social care. We look at both clinical and non-clinical roles as well as the support roles that help the sector run smoothly. Workers within the sector discuss why they wanted to follow a health and social care career pathway, the skills needed to be successful and the various entry routes open to young people.
What is Childcare?
An overview of careers in childcare and the routes available into the profession.The session will look at what you can expect in the job roles, qualifications needed and career progression.There will also be a Live virtual tour of Berrington Lodge Nursery
What is a Career in Dentistry
This session looks at the variety of career paths open to people who would like to work in Dentistry. From being a Dentist to a Dental Nurse and from working as a Dental Therapist to a Dental Technician. We look at both clinical and non-clinical as well as the support roles that help the sector run smoothly. Workers within the sector discuss why they decided to follow their career pathway, the skills needed to be successful and the various entry routes open to young people.
Challenging Stereotypes in NHS Careers
In this session we will explore different roles within the Wolverhampton NHS trust. Can you guess from first impressions what job role the speakers do? Pupils will have the chance to ask questions to employees of the NHS in a live Q&A
Mr S Evans
Reminder for week commencing 22.02.21
Just a reminder that next week, pupils in Key Stage 1-3 will continue to work remotely at home and not attend school in person. This is due to ongoing IT issues and a significant amount of contractors are still on site so it will not be safe for pupils to be on site as well.
Staff will continue to send work packs out for completion and complete remote teaching sessions daily. We will make contact will parents and pupils each day as a safe and well check and also to support with work completion. If pupils are not seen via teams, safe and well visits will be completed.
This will also include GCSE pupils who attend New Leaf, for the times they complete their GCSE lessons. These sessions will be completed remotely.
All KS4 will continue to attend their provision as per current arrangements.
Next week we will contact parents individually to arrange for parents and pupils to come to the new premises, have a tour and transition pupils back into school.
Mr S Evans
WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE
We hope you like our new website. Any feedback is appreciated.