Dear parents and carers,
Prestatyn High School are committed to working with our local community to ensure that all members of our society behave in a respectful way. We work very hard with our pupils to teach them how to be responsible, respectful and safe citizens in school and in our community. On occasion, a small minority of our students, and at time parents let us and the community of Prestatyn down.
All forms of anti-social behaviour are disgusting and we would like to assure our school community that we are doing all we can to address such issues and to educate our young people. We are working closely with the local policing team and the youth service to proactively address concerns. We encourage all of our parents and carers to reinforce the key messages with their children to ensure that they are behaving in a safe and responsible manner if they are out and about in the community. All parents and carers must encourage and ensure that their children are behaving well whilst in the community and check they know where they are. Without parents taking the leading role in the behaviour of their children, the police, youth service and schools will not be able to change their behaviour.
Prestatyn High school is determined to reduce all anti-social behaviour and we welcome information from the community so that we can identify and deal with all instances effectively.
As part of our partnership working with the local police team, they have asked us to circulate information about a 'Community Alert' system.
'North Wales Police have recently launched North Wales Community Alert to improve engagement with our communities. We are trying to share crime prevention advice, support and guidance as well as hear the views of our communities to enable us to understand any areas they feel would benefit from additional support.