SUMMER SCHOOL CODE OF CONDUCT.
Find out more about our Summer Schools code of conduct
What we expect
We expect each member of the Summer School to:
- COMMIT! If you’re going to do something, do it with confidence.
- RESPECT all members and staff.
- SUPPORT other members by encouraging peers and giving constructive feedback.
- CONNECT with the work we are doing and show focus in activities.
- PERFORM with pride, confidence and to the best of your ability.
- All Students must agree to the following rules whilst participating in the Summer School’ in between.
- All Students are only allowed in the designated teaching spaces. Students are not allowed in areas marked for staff only.
- All Students must sign in and out of the building.
- Please ensure we are informed of any Access needs prior to beginning the course so arrangements can be made in a timely manner.
- All students are expected to behave professionally with their peers and staff.
- Food and drink (except water) is not to be consumed in the drama/working spaces.
- Photography/Video filming is NEVER permitted in the workshop without the consent of the Workshop Leader or fellow students.
- Photography/Video filming of the building/rehearsals in the theatre is not permitted.
- No chewing or bubble gum at any time please.
- Students should wear loose comfortable clothing and flat soled shoes (trainers) so that they are free to move about. Movement sessions may involve some floor work so please do not come dressed in your ‘best’ gear.
- Please do not wear excessive or large items of jewellery or large buckled or studded belts etc. as these are a potential safety issue.
- Mobile phones must be switched off during classes.
- Please do not bring valuable items to the school as we cannot be responsible should they be lost, stolen or damaged.
- Always be aware of other student’s safety during active drama sessions – never push, punch, hit, strike out at another student.
- Accidents or breakages must be reported immediately.
- Students must never interfere with equipment particularly electrical or large scenery.
Drop off and Collection Policy
For safeguarding purposes, we ask parents to disclose how their child will be dropped off and collected from the Globe Theatre on the booking form
If there is going to be an alternate method of collection we ask that parents/carers let us know in writing at least 48 hours before the session. We will not release children to any other person without first speaking to the authorised parents/carers.
In the event of lateness for collection we will attempt to:
- contact the parent/carers on the telephone numbers they have provided;
- call emergency contacts if parents/carers cannot be reached, so an authorised adult can come and collect the child.
If for any reason your child is not collected by an authorised adult and no contact has been established within 45 minutes of the usual collection time, we will follow our child protection procedures and contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 020 7525 1921 (or an out of hours social worker, on 020 7525 5000).
While the child remains uncollected we will keep them at Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office/Reception Desk in the care of a member of the Globe staff.
Proof of Age
Photographic ID will be requested to confirm the age of the participants.