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22/08/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Congratulations to Caitlin and all staff and students at on their fantastic results https://t.co/kDf2aJ8Asr

22/08/19

Our students are celebrating some excellent results today! “I want to congratulate our Year 11 on these fantastic results, which indicate the enormous progress they have made during their secondary education." Mr Everitt, Executive Principal. Find out more https://t.co/rEZl4950vW https://t.co/uQcbH7UKyr

15/08/19

Celebrating some fantastic results at HGA! A huge well done to all of our students we are incredibly proud of you. https://t.co/bSeiZsuHU7

13/08/19

Don't forget our school is OPEN to students and families tomorrow and every Weds during the holiday (9am to 1pm) if you'd like to chat to our staff about anything on your mind (tea and biscuits on offer)! Find out more https://t.co/YLy2hVvXqr

31/07/19

Students, parents, carers... got something on your mind? Kim and Lisa are in school today (9am to 1pm) so why not pop along and say hello. We're OPEN every Weds morning during the holidays for anyone in our community who wants a 'listening ear' (and maybe tea and biscuits!) https://t.co/5CCupY4Eie

30/07/19

Want to talk someone? Need support? Don't forget the school is OPEN to all students and parents/carers tomorrow and every Weds during the holiday (9am to 1pm). Everyone welcome. Tea waiting! Find out more https://t.co/YLy2hVvXqr

25/07/19

Retweetd From Frances Bywater

After eight years (my placement school) it’s the end of an era. Thanks for all the heartfelt cards and gifts and to everyone has helped me over the years. Of all the lovely messages in cards, this is by far my favourite. https://t.co/Y0LOPhYNB8

23/07/19

Royal Borough of are offering free meals for children during the holidays through their Holiday Meals Mobile Kitchen. Find out more https://t.co/yODJSl35al

23/07/19

Happy holidays everyone! But don't forget we are OPEN to students and families every Weds during the holiday (9am to 1pm) if you need to speak to someone. Come along and meet some staff for support, a chat and maybe a cup of tea! Find out more https://t.co/YLy2hVvXqr

18/07/19

Find out how Year 4 have been working with our secondary teachers to add depth and challenge to their and lessons in Year 4. at its best! https://t.co/oBSW4xc6nx https://t.co/QtVfJwg3s9

16/07/19

So much to celebrate at our secondary Academy Awards Evening!! 🎉 🏆 🎊 🥇#dontwishforitworkforit https://t.co/faftDUBBvV

16/07/19

Year 4 really enjoyed learning about historic costumes, etiquette and dance . They got to make and take home wax candles as well. A great day out and great learning too! https://t.co/C7eCTfu9M1

12/07/19

Congrats to our students who competed so well in the Sports Day yesterday. Fantastic day! Special mentions: Samuel (Yr 9), Samuel (Yr 10), Jefferey (Yr 7), AJ (Yr 7), Leoni (Yr 9). But all 27 of our competitors showed great maturity and https://t.co/9IWLTm3yIq

11/07/19

Our coaches are on their way back from sports day, but we are experiencing some delays due to traffic. Great efforts from our competitors today - well done!

10/07/19

Come to our 'Listening Ear' drop-in sessions, every Wed (9am to 1pm), from 31st July until 28th Aug. It means we're OPEN during the Summer holidays if you need to speak to someone, meet some staff or just have a chat and a cup of tea! All our families and students very welcome!

10/07/19

Kyle is all prepared for an Antarctic expedition 5/5!! https://t.co/ZRjWrOB3us

10/07/19

Here we go again! Year 7 B side at the National Maritime Museum. 🌊 🏛 https://t.co/viWbMGBf3E

09/07/19

Mr Mulhere browsing the selection at our secondary book fair! 📚 📖 https://t.co/L426Rxcymp

03/07/19

A fantastic all-through sports day today!! A huge thank you to our wonderful PE staff and all our students. Well done to the victorious hub: Enterprise! https://t.co/RuDNPzD2YZ

03/07/19

A HUGE well done to our year 7s Amirah, Lacey-Mai and Neha for their hard work at yesterday’s Spelling Bee hosted by . Thanks for having us!! https://t.co/66ngOu0x9D

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Accessing School Premises

Schools are private property. People do not have an automatic right to enter. Parents have an ‘implied licence’ to come on to school premises at certain times, for instance:

  • for appointments
  • to attend a school event
  • to drop off or pick up younger children

Parents who conduct them professionally are welcome to attend the academy for the reasons above. However, anyone who breaks our visitor code of conduct will have their ‘implied licence revoked and the individual would be classified as trespassing.

Barring individuals from school premises

Trespassing is a civil offence. This means that the Academy can ask someone to leave and take civil action in the courts if someone trespasses regularly. The Academy will write to regular trespassers to tell them that they are potentially committing an offence.

The academy has the legal right to bar someone from the premises if they feel that their aggressive, abusive or insulting behaviour or language is a risk to staff or pupils. It’s enough for a member of staff or a pupil to feel threatened to bar someone from attending the academy.

The academy will write to the individual and inform them that they’ve been barred or they intend to bar them, in writing. Letters will normally be signed by the headteacher, though in some cases the local authority, academy trust or proprietor may wish to write instead. The Academy will allow the individual concerned to present their side. A school can either:

  • bar them temporarily, until the individual has had the opportunity to formally present their side
  • tell them they intend to bar them and invite them to present their side by a set deadline

After the individual’s side has been heard, the school can decide whether to continue with barring them. The decision will be reviewed within a reasonable time, decided by the Academy and depending on the individual circumstances.

The Department for Education (DfE) does not get involved in individual cases.

Removing individuals from school premises

Section 547 of the Education Act 1996 makes it a criminal offence for a person who is on school premises without legal permission to cause or permit a nuisance or disturbance. Trespassing itself does not constitute a criminal offence.

To have committed a criminal offence, an abusive individual must have been barred from the premises or have exceeded their ‘implied licence’, then also have caused a nuisance or disturbance.

If a school has reasonable grounds to suspect that someone has committed an offence, then they can be removed from the school by a police officer or a person authorised by the appropriate authority such as the:

  • governing board
  • local authority
  • proprietor of that school