"Stay Safe" on Site

Your guide to life at BCC

Why "Stay Safe?"

We're not just here to teach you in subjects and to help you pass exams. Our job is also to look after you and keep you safe during the day.

We also plan events and opportunities for you to learn more about staying safe in your life outside school.

Our first "Stay Safe" Week runs from Monday 24th to Friday 28th September and concentrates on the information you need to stay safe on the College Site, and ensure you know who is around to help you.

Our Stay Safe Partners

Familiar Faces

The College works with several organisations who contribute to our Stay Safe agenda. These organisations are represented by familiar faces who you will see around the College.

Some students will work closely with one of our partners after being supported by their Tutor, House Principal or the Access Team. Equally we want all students to feel they can drop-in and seek advice during Open Access sessions.

Our key Stay Safe Partners are:

Ruth Locke - our School Health Nurse.

In College on Thursdays for Bodyzone in the Open Access Zone at lunchtimes. Available to support with any healthcare questions including healthy lifestyles and dietary advice. Ruth also ensures that students receive immunisations or other medical advice and support as needed.

PC Brent Jackson - Thames Valley Police Safer Schools Partnership

In College on Weds, Thurs or Friday. PC Jackson offers advice about the law and your choices in life. He also delivers Stay Safe talks and training about internet use.

The Hub - Oxfordshire County Council Early Intervention Service

We have a close relationship with the team who work at the Bicester Hub. They are based at The Courtyard opposite Garth Park. The Hub team will be available at some of our Open Access sessions and run a range of activities outside school time.

Youth Mentors - Churches together in Bicester

Our Youth Mentors visit us for lunchtimes on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. They are happy to chat to all students about how they are getting on at school and in their lives at home. The Youth Mentors run their Lunch Club in the Open Access Zone on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All students are welcome.

The Access Team @ BCC

The Access Team exist to ensure that students are able to access learning in their lessons. The team work closely with the House Principals to ensure that students are aware of how to get any advice or help they may need.

Stay Safe on Site: Assembly Week

Monday, Sep. 24th 2012 at 2:30pm to Friday, Sep. 28th 2012 at 3pm

Bicester Community College, Bicester, United Kingdom

Bicester, Oxfordshire

House Assemblies this week will be introducing all students to the key information contained in this flyer.