Visiting Us

We are always happy to show families around the school.

Please contact the school office if you wish to arrange a visit:

phone 01992 442407

During the Academic Year 20/21 school visits are still continuing, but reflect the current health & safety guidelines. This may mean the groups are smaller and access is slightly limited to ensure the health and safety of all. Guided walks around the outside are informative and enable vision into the classes, whilst questions can be asked and answered.

NSP 5933

We have made our premises as secure as posssible, with electronic front gates, and all external doors ‘exit only’ during the working day. We ask that all visitors and parent helpers use the phone entry system at the front door, reporting directly to the office, where they will sign in and be given an identification badge to wear whilst on the premises.

‘All safeguarding arrangements are fit for purpose. ….. Pupils say that they feel safe and well looked after when in school.’  Ofsted 2019

Accessibility for Disabled Access

On site car parking for staff and visitors includes two dedicated bays for disabled drivers. All entrances to the school buildings are either flat or ramped and have wide doors fitted. The main entrance to the school grounds features electronic vehicular and pedestrian gates. The main entrance to the school buildings features a secure lobby which has been fitted with a low reception hatch being fully accessible to wheelchair users. There are toilet facilities for disabled users in the Main Building and Oak Wing. Both of these are fitted with a handrail and an emergency pull cord.

Roselands Primary School comprises two single storey buildings, the Main Building and the Oak Wing. These are linked together by a level covered way. The Main Building can be accessed at different levels from several external access points. KS1 areas are all accessed by the main entrance or lower playground and have wide door access to all rooms. The Hall is accessible to all.

The school has emergency signage and escape routes are clearly marked. Regular, efficient fire drills take place.