We encourage all students to take the safest, healthiest and environmentally friendly methods of transport to school. When near enough walking and cycling would be recommended and the academy provides a number of secured cycle areas for students. Students can access the campus either from the main Kingston Road entrance or through the back pedestrian entrance in Stoney Lane.
Where through distance, weather or circumstances travelling by car is sometimes required to transport students to/from school. We strongly encourage all of our parents to take extra care when dropping off/picking up at the academy. Kingston lane is better suited for pick up/drop offs having wider lanes, school safety zone lights, pedestrian crossing and better road marking. We also have the layby which allows for parents to come off Kingston Lane to drop in a safer environment. Please drop this side of the academy where you can. It's important that you do not park inappropriately while waiting for your child as this can cause danger to other road users, cyclists and pedestrians.
Parents need to exercise great care when dropping off/picking up in Stoney Lane, it is not well suited for this and we are working with Adur and Worthing Council to see what options there are to improve the situation. This is likely to take a long time as many schools do not have the appropriate infrastructure. We have had a number of accidents and near misses in past few months and are encouraging parents to drop their children 50 metres up the road, either by the bus stop or by the shop in Kent Close. We will continue to communicate this message throughout the year. Staff are on duty at front and rear of school at start/end of each school day and will focus on student safety but they can't direct traffic or challenge the general public on the highways. The contacts above in the parking section can also be used to notify the police of dangerous driving.
Main Academy Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Director - Mr T Harkins
Safety Officer - Mrs K Shaw
Unless by prior agreement with the academy contractors and deliveries for the multi-purpose hall should not be accessing the site during the morning/afternoon periods when students are arriving/leaving the campus. If this is not being respected please contact the academy or the site manger for the main contractor Beard Construction. Mr Dave Woolley email@example.com