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Useful Links

Oxford Owl

The award winning and teacher endorsed website from Oxford University Press.

Parent Pages

The national directory of services aimed at parents and carers.

DirectGov

The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.

Top Marks!

Articles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.

BBC Adult Learning

Lots of information about getting into learning.

Army Families Federation (AFF)

The Army Families Federation (AFF) is the independent voice of Army families and works hard to improve the quality of life for Army families around the world - on any aspect that is affected by the Army lifestyle.

Salisbury Plain Hive

An information sharing site for service families about events and employment opportunities in the Salisbury area.

Old Sarum Primary School's Curriculum

A detailed summary of our new national curriculum and how it applies to your child.

Parent View

This site gives you the opportunity to let Ofsted know what you think about Old Sarum Primary School.

Special Educational Needs and Disability advice

A guide for Parents and Carers from the Department for Education.

Ofsted Data Dashboard

This website provides a summary of school performance compared to other schools.

DfE School Performance Tables

You can use website to view performance tables (sometimes known as league tables) and to compare schools and colleges in your area. You can check:

  • exam and test results
  • financial information
  • Ofsted reports

Old Sarum Community News

Local events and advice in our area.

Childcare provision in our area

If you want to look at what Early Years and Childcare provision is available in your area you can do this by clicking on this link.

Parent Link

Parent Link aims to provide information based on the latest research and promote the importance of effective parenting practices.

NSPCC

Do you have a concern about the safety of a child? You can get advice and make a report.

Need-to-Know Guides - Further information on a range of issues can be accessed through a series of guides. These include leaving children home alone, holding babies safely, and spotting signs of abuse and neglect. www.nspcc.org.uk/leaflets

NSPCC’s Schools Service brochure; a guide to all the different resources which can be accessed by the whole school community https://www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/schools/schools_services_brochure.pdf

Childnet

Helping to make the internet a safe and great place for children

SureStart Childcare

SureStart Centres can provide early learning and full day care for pre-school children.

Connect Safely

A useful website for e-safety with some good guides (Snapchat, Google, Facebook).

Wiltshire Police Online Safety Advice

Wiltshire Police would like to share the above link which provides useful guides for parents around online issues. 

Internet Safety Advice

A useful site for advice on staying safe when using the internet.

Facebook safety advice for Parents/Carers

A link to facebook safety advice from the UK Safer Internet Centre.

Kids Smart

A site with games to learn about e-safety for 3-11 year olds.

Thinkuknow

A site with games to help older children learn about e-safety (5-11)

Safety Software

Family Safety Software

Wiltshire ICT curriculum

Take a look at our curriculum for ICT on the Wiltshire ICT Centre website.

South Wilts Grammar School Admissions / 11+ details

Bishop Wordsworth Grammar School Admissions / 11+ details

Wiltshire Council -School Admissions Home Page

Visit this page to find out about getting a place for your child at Old Sarum Primary School.

School Uniform Orders

You can order uniform from Skoolkit online.

Old Sarum Nursery

The nursery, which has been open since 2012, is a not-for-profit charitable company run by trustees, operating from dedicated rooms within the premises of Old Sarum Primary School and adjacent community centre. They are open 9am-12pm, 12pm-3pm or 9am-3pm Monday-Friday during Wiltshire schools term time (38 weeks per year).