Please click here for our Privacy Notice - this details how we will use the information that you provide below.
The details given here should be of the Parent/Guardian with the same address as the Student
We request that you provide us with contact details for all persons with parental responsibility.
This is a grant provided to the school by the government to support your child through their education. We can receive a pupil premium grant in respect of your child if any of the following circumstances are met (use the link below to apply):
If yes, please complete an application via www.harrow.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals . Please call the school if you require any assistance.
Free School Meals are available to any full-time student who is still at school and eligible. You can get Free School Meals for your child if you or your partner gets either: • Universal Credit with an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400.• Income Support.• Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance• Income-related Employment and Support Allowance• Support under Part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999• The Guarantee element of Pension Credit• Child Tax Credit, provided they are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income of £16,190 or less• Working Tax Credit run-on – paid for four weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax CreditFrom 1 April 2018, all existing free school meals claimants will continue to receive free school meals whilst Universal Credit is rolled out. This will apply even if their earnings rise above the new threshold during that time.Applications can be made via www.harrow.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals . The school will only be able to see your contact details, the date you applied and whether or not you are eligible. None of your personal or financial information is passed onto the school.If eligible for free school meals, the school will be provided with extra money from the government for school meals and to support your child through their education.
This section is optional. If you would prefer not to provide the information, please select the Refused/I do not wish to record this information option.
1st language is any language other than English that your child was exposed to during early development and continues to be exposed to, irrespective of your child’s proficiency in English.
If you change your mind about any of the below consents at a later date, please inform the school office.
Are you happy for your child's image to be used in print and or web based school publicity materials to showcase the school's activities (e.g. internal displays, school website and social media accounts, school prospectus and other media publicity)?
The following consent allows your child to:a) To take part in school visits and other activities that take place off school premises during their time at Pinner High School.b) To be given first aid or urgent medical treatment required during any school visit or activity.Please note the following important information:The visits and activities covered by this consent include:• day visits that take place wholly or mainly within the normal school day• offsite sporting fixtures The visits and activities not covered by this consent include:• educational visits that take place wholly outside of the normal school day• educational visits requiring one or more overnight stay• educational visits involving adventurous activitiesThe school will send you information about each visit or activity before it takes place. When we inform you of a visit you can, if you wish, tell the school that you do not want your child to take part in that particular school visit or activity, unless it is part of the national curriculum.
Are you happy for your child to take part in school visits and other activities as described above that take place off school premises during their time at Pinner High School?
The school uses a student recognition system using biometrics. This allows us to make the best use of efficient systems such as ensuring the school is cashless, including catering, and school trips, library software, print and copy cost control, access control and registration systems.This offers a high level of services to students, with benefits including:• Improved security for handling cash transactions in the school• Reduction in administration time and cost dealing with lost or forgotten cards/passwords/PINS• Reduces bullying, as there is nothing that can be stolen for use by another student • Children will not have to remember to bring a card• Shorter queuing timeThis is a technology that is already used successfully by thousands of schools nationwide, including many in Harrow. Pinner High School will comply at all times with Data Protection Act and with the provisions of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 regarding the use of biometric data. In order for your child to use the biometric system, a parent or guardian will need to give consent below.Once your child ceases to use the biometric recognition system, his/her biometric information will be securely and permanently deleted by the school.
For more information about how we use biometric information, please click here.
Are you happy for Pinner High School to use your child's biometric information as part of a recognition system as described above?
Have all persons with parental responsibility seen the information on how Pinner High School uses biometric information (PHS Biometrics Information Letter )?
A young carer is someone under 18 who helps look after someone in their family, or a friend, who has an illness, disability, mental health condition, or misuses drugs or alcohol.This section is optional