Students are not allowed to use their mobile phones during the school day (from 07.30 am to 3.00 pm) for any reason. Should students need to communicate with home, they may use the phone in Student Reception.
Items brought in/messages for students
We will try to get items that are brought in, and emergency messages only, delivered to students. We always do our very best, but please be advised that this may not always be possible. Your understanding is much appreciated.
New Contact Details
- Moved house?
- Changed telephone number?
- New mobile?
- New email address?
If so, please let Student Reception know; we may need to contact you in the event of an emergency so it is important that our records are kept up-to-date. Thank you.
Medication for Students
It is important for us to advise you that we are not able to accept the responsibility of administering medication to students, unless a prior arrangement has been made in writing.
If your child requires regular medication, where possible please administer it at home. However, if your child will need this medication at school, it must be handed to Student Reception together with written details of the dose, frequency and any other information. All medication, including painkillers for headaches, period pains, etc., is covered by this new requirement. If, however, your child suffers from asthma and needs to carry an inhaler at all times, please tell us. Aspirin-containing medicine is not suitable for under 16 year olds, unless prescribed by a doctor.
STUDENTS MUST NOT BRING ANY MEDICATION TO SCHOOL, UNLESS IT IS TO BE HANDED IN TO STUDENT RECEPTION
We understand how upsetting it can be (particularly for younger students) to mislay their belongings. To ensure that we can reunite students with their lost property, please ensure that all items are clearly marked with the owner's name.