|For queries please email Reception via email@example.com|
|Phone||+44 (0)203 110 2400|
|Principal||Oliver Knight. Please email Julia Morson: firstname.lastname@example.org (Executive Assistant to the Principal) to contact the Principal|
|Chair of Governors||Paul Campbell. Please email Vanessa.Watson@arkonline.org (Clerk to Governors and School Governance Officer) to contact the Chair of Governors|
|SENDCo||Preeti Dholabhai - pdholabhai@Arkacton.org|
We always welcome feedback from our parents and community. If you would like to speak to a member of staff to share any positive comments or to raise a concern, please contact email@example.com
Visiting Ark Acton Academy
When visiting Ark Acton Academy all visitors, parents and contractors must use the intercom at the main gates to gain access, provide reception with your name, childs name, company (where applicable) and who you are visiting. Once you have been buzzed through follow the path to the main reception that is located at the top of the steps on your right, there is step free access available if you continue past the stairs and walk towards the end of the wall. Once at reception use the intercom to confirm your name with reception who will buzz you through. Please then come to the reception desk and sign in.
All visitors must wear a visitor lanyard and their sign in sticker while on site, this will be given to you by reception.
If your child is unwell and unable to attend school please call 0203 110 2400 and select 1 - state your childs full name, year group and reason for absence.
If you need to contact our Attendance Officer Ms Davis please call 02081618075 - This is not monitored by the team so please use the above number to report your childs absence.
If your child tests positive for COVID -19 please inform us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email us to report any concerns you have specifically about your child and their experience through this period. . An example may be that your child lost a grandparent to CV19 and is finding this difficult to come to terms with, or that they have serious anxieties around returning to school and will need support.