Electronics and Mobile Phones

Electronics and Mobile Phone

The College recognises the fact that there are times when it is genuinely appropriate for students to carry mobile phones to and from school in case of emergency.  Whilst at school contact with parents or by parents needs to be made via the phones in Student Services. 

Students may also prefer to listen to music whilst travelling to and from school by bus.  It is not necessary, however, for students to have access to I-pods and other electronic devices, including mobile phones, during school hours.

The College reminds parents and students that electronic devices and mobile phones are expensive items and are often a highly prized target for theft.  It is advisable for expensive electronic devices and mobile phones to be insured as personal property.  Mobile phones are also often a means of intimidating or bullying other members of the College community.

For this reason mobile phones and other electronic devices are collected by teachers during the morning Form period and returned during the afternoon Form period.  Each student is given a padded post bag in which to store their phone and other devices.  This bag must be clearly labelled with the student’s full name.  The bags are then locked away for the day for safe keeping.

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