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Securities & Protections
The school provides security 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All staff, parents and regular visitors to the school are issued with a Norwich ID Card and lanyard, which must be visible at all times when onsite. Other visitors forfeit their personal ID with Security for a Norwich Visitors Card while they are on site. The campus is covered by CCTV cameras that are monitored while students are on site, footage is recorded and retained.
We aim to safeguard and promote student welfare, safety, health and guidance by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate. Students are expected to abide by the rules of the school and follow instructions from staff.
On enrolment, and at the start of each academic year, all students in Primary and Secondary, and their parents, sign the Student Code of Conduct. This agreement is in both the Primary and Secondary Student Diary.
On enrolment, and at the start of each academic year, all students in Primary and Secondary, and their parents, sign the Student Acceptable Use of ICT Agreement. This agreement is in both the Primary and Secondary Student Diary.
From Year 2 and up digital devices (including phones and tablets) can be brought from home for educational purposes, and used at the class teacher’s discretion. However, this is not a requirement and the security of any digital device brought in from home is not the responsibility of the school. The risk of the consequences for loss or damage needs to be considered by parents, Norwich does not accept any liability for devices brought from home.
Secondary students may use their devices only before 7.45am and after 3.00pm (or 3.50pm if in an ASA), unless given direct permission from a member of staff. The Acceptable use of ICT Agreement includes the use of any ICT on the school premises.
Our school is well protected with strategically placed CCTV cameras. We do not cover the entire school as some areas would be considered inappropriate, classrooms for example. However, the majority of the school’s public areas are fully covered.
CCTV is used for the following:
Who can view the CCTV footage?
All other persons and parents can only view CCTV footage with the written permission of all the
persons visible on it including, students, staff, parents and guardians.
For more details please view the complete data protection policy here