Visitors To Our School
We are always happy to welcome visitors to our school whether it be to view the school as a prospective parent, to support our pupils as a volunteer, to support our school as a governor, adviser or parent. We do expect all visitors to uphold our school ethos and support our school values and British values and be positive role models to our pupils. We also ask that you do not discuss criminal activity and do not share narrowed views of faith, religion or other forms of extremism with pupils or staff.
On entering the school building for the first time you will be asked to provide photo identification, asked to sign in and wear our school visitors lanyard at all times. Staff in school may challenge you if identification is not visible. You will also be asked to provide a current DBS certificate. Visitors without a current DBS certificate MUST be accompanied around school by a member of school staff and must not approach any pupil without a member of staff being present.
All mobile phones must be on silent and out of sight (in a bag or pocket). They must not be accessed whilst in school or where pupils are present.
Any concerns regarding pupils or staff should be referred as soon as possible to the Designated Safeguarding Lead( Mrs Tracey Westwell), or the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead ( Miss Uzma Hussain).
In case of Fire
If a fire alarm sounds, please leave the classroom or work area by the nearest exit and make your way to the Junior playground.
Health and Safety
Please report any obvious hazards, concerns or accidents to the school office. The contractors file and Asbestos Register must be checked/signed by all contractors prior to work commencing.
No photos are to be taken on the school site without the permission of the Headteacher.
Please read the visitors leaflet below.
Please note, the whole school site (including the grounds) is a NO SMOKING area (including vaping/electronic cigarettes).Please see the No Smoking Policy.