Visiting Sele School
Contact The Sele School
If you need to arrange to visit the school, please go to our 'Contact' page for full details of who to contact in the first instance.
Access to The Sele School for people with disabilities
The Sele School is not fully accessible to persons with impaired mobility, as some classrooms are on upper floors and we do not have a lift. However, reception and the ground floor are fully accessible with level entrance into the school at Reception. Some ground floor entrances have a step, but a ramp can be made available if required.
There is also a reserved parking space for drivers displaying a Blue Badge, adjacent to a dropped kerb access point. If you are visiting The Sele School and are concerned that you may encounter difficulty or require assistance as a result of disability please do not hesitate to contact us prior to your visit.
If you are visiting the school during the day, on arrival on site please make your way to our Main Reception, which is clearly signposted from both parking areas, as you must make yourself known to our Reception Team. You will be asked to sign in, provide vehicle details and will also be required to wear a 'Visitor' badge while on site.
If you are attending an organised evening or weekend event on site run by one of the many groups and clubs based at The Sele School, you do not need to go to Reception on arrival. Reception is closed out of hours and the leader, coach or tutor for your group or organisation is responsible for keeping a record of attendees at their event(s).
If you have visited the school during the working day please ensure that you sign-out before leaving the site; call at our Main Reception and let the Reception Team know that you are leaving.
We have ample on-site parking but would ask visitors to please park carefully and with consideration for others. Please ensure sure that you do not park in the ambulance bay, reserved bays or in the disabled parking bay unless displaying a valid blue badge.
Please take great care when driving within the school site; the car parking areas are used by students and teachers as routes between areas of the school and the rear car park is also used as a play area by students during breaks.
Due to concerns for student safety at home-time there will be no vehicle access to the site between 3.10 - 3.40 pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday or between 2.50 - 3.10 pm on Tuesday or Friday. The school gates will be closed between these times with effect from January 2017; we apologise for any inconvenience but are sure that you will appreciate that the safety of our students has to be our first concern.
Dogs are not permitted anywhere on The Sele School site. This prohibition does not apply to registered assistance dogs.
The Sele School is an entirely smoking free site. Smoking is strictly prohibited in all of the school buildings and throughout the grounds; the prohibition of smoking includes electronic smoking devices of all types.