Dogs on SiteDogs are welcome by prior arrangement to St Luke's School.If you are visiting St Luke's for an event and have a sight or hearing dog, please let us know what access requirements you would like us to provide.If you have a dog you wish to bring to school as part of a school activity, please arrange in advance to help determine the risks to our pupils and make an appropriate decision in safeguarding them.Section 547 of the Education Act 1996 enables the school to address any nuisance or person without lawful authority to be removed from the premises by school governors and the police. Before a visitYou are welcome to visit St Luke's School and we look forward to seeing you.Please let us know, where possible, when you are coming and who you would like to seePlease note that appointments for some members of staff are required due to other commitmentsPlease bring with you photo identificationPlease consider your travel arrangements, we are situated in a village. Preparing to travel to St Luke's SchoolWe are close to the M1 motorwayOur school has buildings only accessible by going outsideWe have wheelchair access in the schoolParking is available on siteVisitors are requested to have photo identification Arrival at St Luke's SchoolMembers of the school office staff will greet you upon arrivalYou will be asked to sign in, using our electronic system and wear the printed labelStaff will ask you for verification of your IDThen you will be informed about any planned evacuations and how to exit the buildingsWe will enquire about any physical support your would require in the event of an evacuationWe will contact the person(s) you are meeting and inform themYour hosts will collect you from ReceptionInformation for visitors to the school, presented on arrival:CStFH Policies. Safeguarding Visitor Control. Rev Sep19 During your visitWe have refreshments for your comfort - please let us know if you require anything to make your visit more pleasant.Although unlikely, should you see anything that makes you uncomfortable, particularly with regard to children's safety or child protection, please ensure a senior member of staff hears your concerns before leaving or, as soon after as possible.The key people in such circumstances are; Mrs Carol Morris (Designated Safeguarding Lead, Acting Head of School) and Mr Stephen Hoult-Allen (Executive Headteacher).Key Policies:/b>CstFH Policies. Restrictive Physical Intervention. Rev Sep19CstFH Policies. Behaviour Statement and Written Principles. Rev Sep20CStFH Policies. Online Safety and Data Security. Rev Sep20Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018Privacy Notice After your visitWe hope you enjoy your visit.Should there be information, questions or further advice required, please let us know through email or telephoning the school.Should you wish to leave us feedback, please use the Contact Page on this website.Thank you for coming to see us!