We welcome the use of the school’s facilities by groups within the local community. Provided there is no detriment to the primary purpose of the school and the welfare of local residents, facilities can be made available for extra-curricular clubs run for the benefit of the pupils of Childs Hill School.
It is the aim of the school to operate a fair and inclusive policy at all times. We welcome enquiries from potential hirers and will consider all applications, regardless of the potential hirer’s gender, ethnicity, physical disability, ability, linguistic, cultural or home background. We recognise that certain groups and individuals may be discriminated against and therefore are strongly committed to positive action to ensure the building and grounds are fully accessible to all potential users. In general, the Governing Body welcomes sports and exercise classes, educational classes and cultural, religious and social activities.
Lettings may be made to individuals, groups or organisations subject to the following exceptions:
- Political parties or organisations of a party-political nature.
- Trade unions other than educational professional associations, who may hire the premises for an event directly involving the school’s community or staff.