Work with us

Work with us

The success of Epinay Business & Enterprise School relies on a partnership approach to the education of our pupils.

We try to support parents/carers by:

  • Making visitors feel welcome at reception.
  • Keeping in touch through newsletters and letters.
  • Offering parent/carer days, appointments and workshops.
  • Using the school website for giving updates on school life.
  • School assemblies to celebrate pupils’ achievements.
  • School productions to showcase our pupils’ creative talent.
  • Producing end of year reports and end of school records of achievement.

We are committed to helping parents/carers understand the school’s responsibility for the safety and welfare of all pupils. We have a comprehensive child protection policy and this document is available on request. All child protection issues are handled sensitively with the well being of the pupil being paramount. In some cases, action may need to be taken without first consulting parents/carers, particularly in cases of child protection issues.

The school places a very high emphasis on health and safety and has a number of policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of both pupils and staff.

The main doors to the school have a fob entry system and door cameras to view visitors. All visitors have to sign in and wear a visitor’s badge. All staff working with pupils have to undergo an enhanced criminal records bureau check.

The school’s Child Protection designated person is Mrs L Murphy. If you have any concerns about your child or any pupil, please contact the school.

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Staff Testimonials

  • I love working at Epinay School and seeing our catering trainees develop into potential employees.

  • Epinay has a great staff team

  • I enjoy working with a wide range of pupils, helping them and seeing them develop.

  • I look forward to coming to work every day, I love my job.

  • I am so happy to have this apprenticeship opportunity working at Epinay School.

  • I am delighted with my grandson’s progress since joining Epinay and believe this is down to the ethos of the school in ensuring individual needs are met.