Welcome to Milborne St Andrew First School, part of The Wessex Multi Academy Trust. We hope our website will help provide you with an insight into our school, but you are also very welcome to visit us to look around. Please do book a tour with me any time of the year, just ring the office to make an appointment.
The governors and staff are committed to providing an inclusive environment where children and adults can all flourish as part of a learning community, rooted in mutual respect for all. Learning about nature and from nature, for a sustainable future, is a central part of the school’s aims. All members of our school community pride themselves on being able to reflect on and celebrate their achievements and challenges. We have high expectations of ourselves and our pupils and we nurture every unique child and adult.
Our school is a secure, inclusive and happy place to learn, where everyone is encouraged to thrive and develop as part of a community where learning, both academic and personal, is everything. Our school values of Respect for All are lived and breathed and our children will proudly tell you about how they have respect for themselves, others and our world.
We are very proud of our school and invite you to come and see for yourself any time!
Head of School
- Games consoles are not covered by parental filters on home broadband.
- If your child uses 3G, 4G, 5G to access the internet they are not subject to WiFi parental controls.
- This means they are able to access inappropriate or upsetting content, can download and buy unsuitable apps and games.
Online Safety Post: Squid Game
ONLINE SAFETY POST - NETFLIX TV SERIES 'SQUID GAME'
You may well be aware of a Netflix TV series called 'Squid Game'.
Released in mid-September, it is now the most popular series on Netflix. However, it has a certificate rating of 15 years old due to its extreme violence, and so it is not suitable for primary aged children.
Children may not have watched it themselves but they may well come across it on the internet in one way or another. Please make sure that you continue to monitor what your children are watching on TV as well as what they are viewing online as well. This is always good practice and helps keep your children safe whilst online.
Please make sure that you set your profiles on Netflix to age-restrict content.
Parental guide to Netflix here: