Facebook

Pictor Academy do not have a Facebook page at present, however, our parents do have their own – they use it to plan events etc.

All details and a link will be available here soon.

Internet Safety

Pictor Academy

Create, Connect and Share Respect.

A better internet starts with you.

Dear Parents and Carers,

Today is Safer Internet day. The theme for 2018 is ‘Create, Connect and Share Respect. A better internet starts with you.’

Today we have been thinking about being safe on line, focussing on asking adults for help if there is anything on the computer they do not like. Below are a few useful websites with valuable parental advice about helping our children safe when accessing the internet at home. Please take the time to have a look at some of them there are many helpful tips about parental settings which will help to protect our children.

NSPCC: www.nspcc.org.uk

CEOP: www.ceop.gov.uk

Think U Know: www.thinkuknow.co.uk

Childnet: www.childnet.com

UK Safer Internet Centre: www.saferinternet.org.uk

There are many good books that help to share the message about being safe online, which can be shared with very young children. These are books that we have in school to read with some of our children when we learn about being safe online.

If you want more advice about internet safety please contact either:

Simon Birch Deputy Head (Designated Safeguarding Lead)

Lee Slater (Computing Coordinator)

Pictor Academy

Pictor Academy caters for children aged 2 – 11 with special educational needs arising from a range of conditions. A large number of pupils have an autistic spectrum disorder. This means that they have difficulties communicating and interacting with others. They will also have difficulties with play and imagination. Some of our pupils have physical difficulties whilst others may have a language disorder or have a general developmental delay.

Mission Statement

We promote achievement for all and an enjoyment in learning for life


We help each pupil to succeed through a challenging curriculum, innovative teaching and highly trained, experienced staff


We build effective and engaging learning partnerships between school and home

Outreach Support

We are now able to offer the following outreach support to settings:

• observation and advice on meeting the needs of a targeted pupil including strategies, differentiating the curriculum and developing Individual Education Plans

• training packages to support a school in meeting the needs of a targeted pupil

• workshops for staff training and development