Firework Safety

In the run up to bonfire night, we are keen to keep everyone safe. This year, we are facing the added challenge of preventing the spread of COVID 19 within our communities.

As a result, organised fireworks displays and bonfires are unlikely to be permitted.

We are offering the following advice to stay safe this fireworks night:

  • ¬†Unless supervised by an adult, please do not allow your children or young people to handle, purchase or set off fireworks.
  • Do not allow your children or young people to be involved in or accompany anyone who is involved in ASB or disorder.
  • Please report any ASB or disorder you are aware of or hear of.
  • Dispose of your rubbish appropriately leading up to bonfire weekend.
  • Please report any unauthorised fireworks sellers to Police or anonymously to Crime stoppers.

Please remind your children of the following legislation:

  • No person under the age of 18 can possess a firework in a public place
  • It is an offence to supply a firework to persons under 18
  • It is an offence to throw fireworks on a road or other public place

We take the representation of students from our school very seriously, and expect that they display the same Scholarly behaviours in the community, as they do every day in school. Our students demonstrate how to be READY, RESPECTFUL & RESPONSIBLE in and around school. We need your support please to maintain this ethos in our local community.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and assistance.