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Information for visitors
This page contains important information & advice about our commitment to keeping everyone safe. Please ensure you read it before you start working with children in the school.
Contractors must sign and adhere to further conditions, and only begin work with the permission of the Site Supervisor.
Key staff for visitors:
Headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead– Mr Steve Hitchcock
Office staff – Mrs Vicki Stone, Mrs Siobhan Trapnell and Mrs Nadine Ebsworth
Site Supervisor and Health & Safety Leader – Mr Oli Force
Main First Aiders – Mrs Alison Wilkinson and Mrs Jackie Atkins
It is vital that adults provide a safe & secure site. Please read the following information before you sign in.
All visitors must:
- Report to the school office
- Wear a visitors badge at all times
- Leave their mobile phones in the school office. Calls can only be taken and received from the school office.
- Read this document and sign in to agree show you agree with and understand the contents of this booklet.
- Sign out – this is very important in case of a fire alarm.
Visitors without DBS checks must be accompanied by school staff at all times.
St Peter’s is a secure site. Visitors can only exit via the main entrance.
Safeguarding – What to do if you are worried about a child.
If you are working with a child and are concerned about comments the child makes, marks or bruising, changes in behaviour or demeanour, then this could be a vital sign that a child may be being neglected, experiencing physical, emotional or sexual harm or is being exposed to extreme views or has been radicalised. It is your duty to report these concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Leads without delay.
|The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is:||Mr Steve Hitchcock|
|Email: email@example.com||Tel: 01395 443167|
|The deputy DSL is:||Mrs Vicky Lewis|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Tel: 01395 443167|
|The deputy DSL is:||Mrs Amanda Fuller|
|Email: email@example.com||Tel: 01395 443167|
|The deputy DSL officer is:||Mrs Lisa Broad|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Tel: 01395 443167|
|The deputy DSL is:||Mrs Bev Cawthera|
|Email: email@example.com||Tel: 01395 443167|
|The nominated safeguarding/child protection governor is:||Maria Malinowska|
Concerns about the Headteacher must be escalated to the Chair of Governors.
All adults in school must adopt safe working practices. Do not put yourself in a vulnerable situation with a child that could lead to misinterpretation.
Adults must react to any health & safety concerns in a way to reduce risk and report any concerns to the office immediately.
- Muster Point – School field
- Evacuation Routes – Displayed in each room.
If the fire alarm should sound, please leave the building by the nearest safe exit and proceed to the assembly point on the field. Please do not re-enter the building until you are told it is safe to do so.
The first aid point, first aider list, first aid kit & accident book is located in the school foyer. There is a phone or a red spot in each classroom to use in the event of an emergency. Dial 100 for reception, 9999 for emergency services, or send someone with the red spot to the school office.
Mobile phones and photographs
Visitors are not permitted to use their phones in the school or take photographs. If you need to check your phone, take or make a call, you must do this in the school office. Anyone found using their phone will be asked to show any pictures taken on the phone, or be reported to the police.
Key documents including: Keeping Children Safe in Education, Whistleblowing, Behaviour, SEND , Anti-Bullying Policy, Positive Handing Policy are located on our school website, or from the school office.
We are a non smoking site
School day and timetable
9:00 Daily maths practice.
9:30 Literacy/numeracy or phonics.
10:45 Literacy/numeracy or phonics.
13:10 Afternoon lessons – The Unique St Peter’s Curriculum