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We have now rectified the problem with the main pedestrian gate on Nascot Wood Road.
Please come into school as normal.
Nascot Wood Junior School
This morning, our main pedestrian gate, on Nascot Wood Road, is stuck closed.
Please use our side gate, on Langley Road, until this fault has been rectified.
If you are the parent of a child/children at Nascot Wood Infant School, please use this gate then walk through our playground to get to school.
With apologies for the inconvenience, Nascot Wood Junior School.
We are experiencing a fault with our phone line. We have been in contact with engineers who are investigating the problem. Calls have been diverted to a secondary line, which means that you should be able to get through if you need to. If your query can be dealt with by email, please contact the school office on: firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks for your understanding, Nascot Wood Junior School
Two or three parents have asked me about a game that some of our children are playing on the internet; Roblox.
Please see below for some information from Herts for Learning’s autumn term esafety newsletter for parents.
Roblox – keeping children safe whilst gaming
What is Roblox?
Childnet describes it as: “a gaming website where multiple players interact and play together in online games. The site has a collection of games aimed at 8-18 year olds; however, players of all ages can use the site and play games together. Roblox can currently be played on the PC, phone, tablet and Xbox One.
There are a wide variety of games to choose from; from delivering pizzas, to roaming a kingdom as a medieval knight, to even starring in a fashion show, the variety of games is one of the reasons that Roblox is so popular with many young people.”
Childnet goes on to highlight the three key things for parents to be aware of:
• the chat communication feature of the game
• the content of the game could be inappropriate for young children
• the risk children could accidentally run up costs whilst playing the game
For more details, please read the complete guide for parents at: