Trevor-Roberts’ School is committed to a high standard of teaching and care. We will do all that is reasonable to safeguard and promote the children’s welfare. Parents are expected to give their support and encouragement to these aims.
Parents must immediately inform the school if the child has a known medical condition, health problem or has been in contact with infectious diseases. The pupil must not be sent to school if unfit to attend.
The pupils are expected to attend school each day. In the case of absence, the school must be informed before 9.00.a.m. on the day. Parents must strictly observe the term and half term dates.
Parents who have serious concerns about any aspect of their child’s health, education or care should contact the Head immediately. A full complaints procedure is available on request.
The school does not accept responsibility for accidental injury or loss of property unless caused by negligence.
Parents’ Absence and Address changes
When both parents are absent from the pupil’s home for more than 24 hours or there is a change in contact details the school must be informed in writing of any new address and telephone number for the adult charged with the care of the child.
Parents are responsible for the insurance of the pupil’s personal property whilst at the school or on a school sponsored activity away from school premises.
It is the custom and practice of most independent schools to include some photographs/images of pupils in archive material and for teaching purposes. Parents who do not want their child’s photograph to appear in these situations must write to the Head. Parents are welcome to take photographs and videos at school events, but these must not be for public display.
Address for correspondence
The name and postal address for the purposes of formal written communications is:
Simon or Amanda Trevor-Roberts
55-57, Eton Avenue
London NW3 3ET
Telephone No: 020 7586 1444.
The school will take reasonable steps to preserve confidentiality where appropriate, but the parents authorise the school, at the discretion of the Head to release such information if it is deemed to be in the pupil’s best interest.