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Frogmore

Junior School

Visitor Information


IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL VISITORS

Frogmore Junior School welcomes visitors. Our office hours are 8-3.30pm, term-times only.
Please feel free to contact the school with any queries before your visit.

Guidance for Visitors (Covid-19)

We are currently adopting an 'Appointment Only' policy for all visitors to Frogmore Junior School.  All visitors are permitted strictly by appointment only, and only when your visit is essential. 

Safeguarding

The welfare of our children at Frogmore Junior School is our paramount concern.  We want all our children to be safe and to feel safe.    

Upon arrival, all visitors must report to the Reception Office where they will be required to sign in and complete a Covid-19 declaration, you will then be issued with a Visitor badge.   Visitor badges must be worn and displayed prominently at all times.

Visitor badge with red lanyard:

A red lanyard indicates that the visitor will need to be accompanied by a member of staff for the entire duration of their visit.  Any visitor wearing a red lanyard that is seen unaccompanied on school premises, will be escorted to the Main Reception immediately and will be asked to remain at the Main Reception until a member of staff is available to supervise them.   

Visitor badge with green lanyard:

If the School has assured itself that the visitor has had the appropriate DBS check/clearance (or the visitor’s employer has confirmed that the visitor has had DBS clearance), and the visitor’s identity has been verified with photographic id, the visitor can be issued with a green lanyard.

Please note that all visitors, irrespective of whether they have DBS clearance, should not be alone with pupils/children unless this is a legitimate part of their role/visit. 

Whilst on school premises, ALL visitors are required to :

  • dress appropriately
  • use appropriate language at all times
  • use adult toilets only
  • treat everyone with respect and tolerance
  • immediately inform one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads if a child makes a disclosure or if you have any concerns about the safety or well-being of a child

Whilst on school premises, ALL visitors must not : 

  • instigate verbal or physical contact with pupils unless it is appropriate and a part of the agreed reason for your visit
  • give any personal information to pupils (eg : phone number, email address, social media user names)
  • use mobile phones
  • take photographs, unless agreed with school staff

Thank you for your co-operation and for supporting the school’s safeguarding procedures. 

Please click here to view our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy.

Onsite Parking & Vehicle Access

Parents/Carers - We ask you to please park with courtesy on the surrounding public roads when you visit, then walk into school using the pedestrian gates.

Vehicular access to our site is limited as this helps to keep our staff, pupils and parents safe.   The main gates to the school are kept locked during the school day.  Access to vehicles is denied at the start and end of the school day for visitors, vehicle access is permitted at all other times but all visitors should be vigilant at all times and limit their speed to a maximum of 5 miles per hour. 

Please do not park in the disabled parking bay unless you have a valid permit.

Accessibility

We have a wheelchair accessible toilet and will make every effort to accommodate the needs of every visitor to our school.

We have a hearing loop system at our reception desk.

No Smoking

We do not allow smoking (including e-cigarettes / vapes) on school grounds.