School Identification Badges
With so much happening across the three campuses, we see an increase in parents and visitors on site and as such we need to be more vigilant about campus security both during the school day and at weekends. We would like to remind all parents that school identification badges must be worn, even on the weekends when attending school activities. If not, you will be asked for some form of identity and asked to wear a visitor’s badge.
If you are sending a nanny or driver, please ensure they have the school identity lanyard or some form of identity card. We thank you for your cooperation in keeping our students and school site safe and secure.
Managing our Traffic Together
For more information about how we can work together to improve traffic around our campuses, please access this post.
As in all major cities petty crime does occur, as a reminder to all of us please always take care of your personal belongings, especially when walking across roads and along the pavements. This is particularly important in the coming weeks as we approach Tet.
Safeguarding at school – it’s everyone’s responsibility
It is every parent’s wish to capture memorable moments on camera of their child at school either performing in an assembly, on their birthday or simply playing with their friends on the playground before the start of the school day. Any photos that are taken by parents on personal devices must be kept private. They must not be shared publicly on social media or between non-family members such as other parents in the school. By following these guidelines, we ensure our BIS safeguarding policy is adhered to and that our children are kept safe.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
If, during your visit to school, you have any reason to be concerned about the safety of a young person, please contact the Designated Safeguarding Person.
Please note that CCTV cameras are in operation at all times across the campus.
Please take the time to read all about our Tet Collection. This is an incredibly valuable way for our school community to give back and support our local community. We hope to see our Tet boxes full to brimming in the coming weeks with donations. Perhaps the children can do some jobs at home like washing the car to earn some money to buy the rice for the box!
Ms Deirdre Grimshaw, Headteacher Junior Campus