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Charnwood College

Charnwood College broadens the horizons of all students through high academic standards and unrivalled enrichment opportunities. Developing respectful, confident, articulate and motivated students.

Parent Information

At Charnwood College we believe that a strong partnership with parents is extremely important.

Parents and carers can expect certain standards from the academy, and in return we can ask that parents and carers support us with key policies.

For up-to-date information download or visit MyChildAtSchool, so we can send you our latest news, absence alerts and invitations.

Parents and carers can expect the academy to:

  • Provide an effective learning environment for all students

  • Give structured pastoral support to students throughout their time at the academy

  • Enable students to broaden their horizons through the provision of excellent opportunities

  • Respond promptly to expression of concern or complaints

The academy can expect parents and carers to:

  • Support their child’s needs to learn by creating the right environment at home for enquiry and discovery

  • Enable their child to achieve full attendance

  • Encourage their children to promote academy values, such as caring for each other and wearing the uniform correctly

Safeguarding

Our Safeguarding team

Safeguarding information

IMPORTANT HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

  • All visitors have a legal responsibility to care for the Health and Safety of themselves and others
  • Please ensure that you have signed in and are fully aware of the College process regarding contractors working on campus
  • FIRE ALARMPulsing – standby; Continuous ringing – please exit the building by the safest route and report to a member of College staff at the Sports Centre
  • Please ensure you wear your ID badge/arm band, provided by the College, at all times whilst on campus
  • Please only use toilets dedicated to staff
  • No photography or use of personal mobile phones at any time

 

SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION

  • Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children has a role to play in safeguarding.
  • Safeguarding is protecting children from maltreatment and harm both physically and emotionally.
  • Children include everyone under the age of 18.
  • Any adult visiting or temporarily working in Charnwood College is required to report any safeguarding concerns. Any concerns should be referred in writing, signed, dated and include a telephone number and handed to a member of staff.  This information will then be passed to the Designated Lead for Safeguarding, who will follow up and make contact.  In any such instance, the referrer is requested not to speak about the matter with anyone else.

 

INFORMATION FOR VISITING CONTRACTORS

EMERGENCY EVACUATION

Fire Alarm – pulsing bell stop work and prepare to evacuate

Evacuation – if the bell sounds continuously exit the building by the safest route and assemble on the playing fields next to the Sports Centre

Return to the building – only when instructed to do so by the designated fire marshall

Discovering a fire – break the glass at the nearest point and leave the building by the nearest fire exit

ASBESTOS

Asbestos is present within certain areas of the College.

The David Ross Education Trust has undertaken an identification and assessment survey and a full report is available at Sports Hub Reception.

Please view the report to see if the area you are working in has asbestos, and sign the log to say you have understood the information provided.

If at any time contractors believe they have come in contact with, or disturbed asbestos, work must stop immediately and be reported to the Estates Manager.

Lock and seal off the area do not attempt to clear up.

ACCIDENT OR INJURY

In the event of an accident please contact the Main Reception for first aid assistance.

GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT

  • Please sign in and out at Sports Hub Reception
  • Please wear identification - you will be provided with an ID badge
  • Good housekeeping must be established and maintained
  • Contractors must dress appropriately whilst on site and should not engage in conversation with students.  Any student causing a nuisance must be reported to the Estates Manager.
  • No alcohol or other substance causing intoxication is allowed onto the campus.  Any person found on site under the influence of any substance will be removed from site.
  • Please ensure that all works are carried out in a safe manner and in accordance with relevant legislation.
  • Contractors to be responsible for their personal security and the security of their own tools and equipment whilst on site.
  • Vehicles are to be parked responsibly and speed restrictions observed.
  • Seek guidance from the Estates team on working procedures in specialist areas i.e. swimming pool, plant room.

 

Local Safeguarding Authority

Name

Leadership level

Contact details

First Response

 

0116 3050005

Simon Gender

Designated officer

0116 3057750

Ann Prideaux

Designated officer

0116 3057317

Mark Goddard

Allegations/LADO

0116 3057597

Karen Browne

LADO

0116 3057597

 

CHANNEL

101

 

CSE Consultation line

0116 3059521

 

CAMHs Advisory Service

0116 2955048 8.30 to 3

0116 3055100

 

United Against Violence and Abuse Helpline

0808 8020028

 

UAVA Professionals Advice and Referral

0116 2550004


Local children’s social care provision

Name

Role

Contact details

Social Care Services

 

01509 266641


Police Liaison

Name

Role

Contact details

 

Police Child Abuse Inv Unit

03000111222

 

Leicestershire Police non emergency

01162 222222

 

PCSOs PC Pete Stacey and PC Liam Bourne

101

 

Counter terrorism

02073407264

 

FGM referrals

0116 305 0005

 

 

 

 

 

 


External agencies working with the academy to promote pupils’ welfare and development

Provider

Name

Contact details

CAMHS

 

0116 2955048

School Nurse

CHAT

Parent CHAT

07520615387

07520615382

 

Key information

Our performance against other schools can be found via the Department for Education’s School Performance Table.

2018 Data

KS4 - 2018 Performance Data

2018 KS4 secondary results

2018 absence and pupil population

2018 school destinations

KS5 - 2018 Performance Data

2018 KS5 Secondary Results

2018 KS5 secondary results English and Maths

2018 KS5 secondary results English and Maths over time

2018 KS5 secondary results by faculty 

2019 Data (Unvalidated)

 KS4 - 2019 Performance Data

2019 KS4 secondary results

2019 absence and pupil population

2019 school destinations (awaiting validated data)

KS5 - Performance Data 2019

2019 KS5 secondary results (awaiting validated data)

2019 KS5 secondary results Advanced level qualifications (level 3) results over time
(awaiting validated data)

2019 KS5 secondary results English and Maths (awaiting validated data)

2019 KS5 secondary results English and Maths over time (awaiting validated data)

2019 KS5 secondary results by faculty (internal document) (link needed)

Ofsted & Parent View

Our latest Ofsted report can be found here.
 Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

 

Term Dates & Documents

Term Dates

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Parent Documents

 
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