Chaperones act 'in loco parentis', thereby exercising the care which a good parent might reasonably be expected to give that child. Their first priority is always to the child, and as such, they must be capable of saying 'no' when what is being requested of the child might be detrimental to their health, wellbeing and/or education.
If you are interested in applying to become a Chaperone, please contact a member of the Welfare Team. Further information relating to the roles and responsibilities of a Chaperone can be found below."
The education office
Contact details for the admissions, school transport, post-16 support and the welfare teams.