Additional Information for Visitors

Safeguarding statement of intent

Greenford High School is committed to providing a safe, secure and healthy environment for all our students, staff and visitors. We believe that if this commitment is to be put into practice then the safeguarding policies and procedures the school has drawn up must be adhered to, communicated and fully understood and applied by everybody associated with the school.

Visitors to the school

All visitors will be required to sign in at Reception upon arrival and to wear a coloured ID badge. The badge must be clearly visible at all times.

A red badge means that the visitor in question is not included on Greenford Single Central Record (SCR) and as such must be escorted whilst they are on site during the working day.

Inclusion on the school’s SCR requires that the school sees the individual’s original CRB (Criminal Record Bureau) enhanced clearance. We will make a photocopy of the pro-forma, retain this for the duration of the visit and then destroy this copy. Photo ID will also be required to confirm identity. Please note that acceptance of the CRB pro-forma will be subject to a portability check. If such a check is required then the CRB pro-forma will need to be made available at least 1 week in advance of the visit. Failing this the visitor will be accompanied whilst on site.

A green badge means that the visitor in question is included on Greenford’s SCR and therefore is able to move around the school site unaccompanied.


Passes must be visible at all times

Accident procedure

  • First aid stations are located in areas where personnel are concentrated around the workplace. All first aid stations are clearly marked and are easily accessible by all employees during all working hours.
  • The Welfare Officer is responsible for reporting all cases of accident and disease to the Health & Safety Officer.
  • A list of emergency telephone numbers is kept in reception.
  • Accident records are compiled and stored by the First Aid Appointed Person (Welfare Officer).
  • The Health & Safety Officer is responsible for reporting cases of accident and disease to the relevant enforcing authority under the RIDDOR 95 Regulations where applicable.

Child protection

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils, as per the school's Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy. Some of the systems used to promote safety are:

  • The child protection policy is available on our Policies page.
  • A Child Protection Officer is available to give advice to staff and pupils.
  • All staff employed in the school are approved by authorities as suitable to work with pupils.