We have a very good attendance and punctuality record at Ousedale School and in most year groups are above the national average. However, we do have a small number of students, at both campuses, who are persistently late to school. We appreciate that there may be mitigating circumstances for students being late and we advise parents to please contact the school to inform us if your son/daughter will be delayed. The following protocol is designed to address those students that do not have a valid reason, and who are persistently late to school.
With effect from week commencing 24th February, the Finance window at Olney campus will be open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during lunch time only. This will be reduced to Monday, Wednesday and Friday from the following week.Parents are encouraged to use ParentPay; for anyone requiring logins or a reminder of logins please contact the Finance Office on 01908 210203 (finance extension) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The account loaders are still available for direct cash lunch deposits. Cheques (excluding lunch payments) can be paid into the security box with accompanying paperwork in a sealed envelope.
From January 2014 all Learning Providers in the UK have been instructed to issue all students from Years 9 to 13 with a ULN (Unique Learner Number).
These numbers are issued by the LRS (Learning Records Service) which is operated by the Skills Funding Agency who is responsible for maintaining ULNs and PLRs ( Personal Learning Records) on behalf of all individuals aged 13 and above in the UK. The ULN is a ten digit reference number and is unique and individual to each student for use within education. The PLR is an online, lifelong record of an individual’s achievements which they can share with other parties e.g. employers, colleges and universities.
The ULN number will be allocated to students via the Examinations Office at Ousedale School and students will be able to access this number once they sit their GCSE, AS or A2 exams. The ULN number will appear on the student Statement of Entry for examinations sheets. Should students wish to have this number before sitting any exams please contact the Examinations Office at the Newport Pagnell Campus.
Each student is also required to read the Privacy Notice provided by the LRS which includes full details about the ULN and the PLR. Please click on this link for further information about the privacy notice and any other information you might need regarding the ULNs: Privacy Notice and Further Information
To create your own Personal Learning Record please follow the link:Create your own Personal Learning Record
If you experience any problems in creating your own Personal Learning Record please use the help line provided which is 0870 850 5352
If you require any further information please contact Jo Lancaster, Examinations Officer, Ousedale School, Direct line: 01908 327409
The internet opens up a world of entertainment, opportunity and knowledge. To help your child to enjoy it all safely, the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has developed the Click Clever, Click Safe code.
The code has been designed to:
- give parents the confidence to be able to help their children enjoy the internet safely - help children and young people understand how their online experiences can expose them to risks
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