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Fire Safety Procedures The Governing Body of Blandford St Mary Primary School is committed to promoting equality and diversity. By recognising and appreciating individual needs and differences the school will be broadly representative of the communities it serves, and be a place where children and staff will thrive – physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually. This will be achieved by implementing equal opportunities and diversity practice across the three dimensions of the School’s activity: as an employer; an educator; and a resource of the local community.

Blandford St Mary Primary school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. These posts will require a criminal record bureau check via the CRB. Date Adopted: Review Date:

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Birch Avenue, Blandford St Mary, Dorset DT11 9QD Tel: 01258 453331 - Fax: 01258 455865 E-Mail: office@blandfordstmary.dorset.sch.uk Headteacher: Mr P Lavis B. Ed (Hons), NPQH

FIRE SAFETY PROCEDURES ♦ Headteacher or person in charge to ring Fire Brigade. ♦ As adults leave building close all doors & windows if possible. ♦ Teaching assistants to check classroom cloakrooms before leaving the building by nearest viable exit. ♦ Headteacher to check Hall and Servery and leave the building through nearest viable exit. ♦ Secretary to check Staffroom, staff and disabled cloakrooms. ♦ Teachers to lead children via nearest viable exit out to playground to line up. ♦ Secretary to collect registers, visitors book, pupil signing in register, pupil contacts folder, keys to the side gate and leave by nearest viable exit. ♦ Teachers to call registers in the playground. Secretary to advise teachers of children who have arrived or left since registration from the signing in register. ♦ Headteacher to address the school and in fire practices, authorise children and staff's return to building. ♦ No person to return to building without authority from the Headteacher or Senior Fire officer.


Fire Safety Procedures