CLAYDON HIGH SCHOOL LETTINGS
Claydon High School Church Lane, Claydon Ipswich IP6 0EG
Tel: 01473 834279/834274
Fax: 01473 834272
LETTINGS CO-ORDINATORS: Mrs Lisa Simpson & Mrs Hayley Bradshaw
Located at Claydon High School and situated just six miles north-west of Ipswich, we offer a variety of facilities for use by groups, clubs and individuals. Available throughout the year, except school holiday periods, accommodation can be booked on an hourly basis, as a one off, short or long term hire.
To download a PDF printable version of the Lettings Booklet which contains images of our facilities, please click on the green button. Coming Soon!
WHAT FACILITIES CAN WE OFFER?
Two floodlit (one with Astroturf) multi-sports surfaces which include:
4 Tennis Courts
3 Netball Courts
1 x 7-a-side Football Pitch
1 x 5-a-side football pitch
A large Sports Hall with “Gransprung” floor which can accommodate:
1 Tennis Court
1 Netball Court
1 5-a-side Football Pitch
1 Basketball Court
1 Volleyball Court
4 Badminton Courts
Assembly Hall or Megabites
Suitable for Aerobics, Line-dancing etc
Conference Room (including use of small kitchen)
Suitable for meetings and small conferences
Grassed Areas (not floodlit)
1 Full-size Football Pitch
Male/Female changing rooms and showers are available.
There is a large car park adjacent to the sports centre.
WHAT SORT OF ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE AT CLAYDON HIGH SCHOOL?
Privately booked events/games/competitions
If you can get a group of friends/colleagues together for a match or a game, we’ve got the facilities you need for football, tennis, badminton, basketball, netball, cricket and much more.
Regular club activities for games/training/coaching/league matches
We act as a base for numerous sports clubs who hire our facilities throughout the year, we are always happy to pass on contacts names and phone numbers to interested people.
Supervised activities/coaching/ competition for children
Supervised tennis and badminton coaching and other sporting activities are frequently on offer during holiday periods.
Birthday parties e.g. 5-a-side fancy dress
A novel and popular way of celebrating a birthday for the young and not so young. Have exclusive use of the Sports Hall, a multi-surface or grassed pitch for your own fun-packed party.
One-off casual bookings
There is no need to commit yourself to a lengthy hire period - one-off bookings are just as acceptable. Just ring us to find out if the pitch or court is free at the time you want to play.
Whether it is volleyball, football, netball, basketball, tennis, badminton, rounders or cricket, we can offer you the facilities for your fundraising and not-for-profit community activities.
You can hold your meetings here in either a classroom or our conference room.
Facilities Hire Charges
From September 2017
|FACILITY||Single Hire (inc VAT)||Discounted*||Long Term Bookings||Discounted*|
|Large Multi Sports Area||£39.00||£21.45||£34.00||£18.70|
|Small Multi Sports Area||£15.00||£8.25||£12.00||£6.60|
|Main Assembly Hall||£54.00||£29.70||£45.00||£24.75|
|Classroom (weekday use)||£30.00||£16.50|
*A 45% discount will be applied for under 18’s hiring the facilities before 7.00pm.
**The only ball that may be used in the Sports Hall is a Five a Side Indoor Football.
Long term bookings are for 10 weeks or more
All charges are in advance
Hourly rates refer to 55 minutes usage and 5 minutes changeover
Changing room facilities are included
Prices include floodlighting for outside areas where required
All prices include Insurance cover.
HIRING LOCAL AUTHORITY FACILITIES
1. Educational buildings are generally available when not required by the Local Education Authority for the purpose of primary, secondary, special, further and adult education, and the provision of a youth service.
2. Use of the premises is subject to various conditions, regulations and charges.
1. Application forms are available from the Lettings Co-ordinators, Claydon High School, Church Lane, Claydon, Ipswich IP6 OEG. Telephone: 01473 834274 / 834279 Fax: 01473 834272. The co-ordinators will be able to tell you about charges and availability.
2. Applications will get considered on their merits, taking into account considerations such as the preservation of law, order and public safety.
3. In the event of an application being refused, the applicant may refer the matter to the County Director of Education.
4. If your application is accepted it will become a firm booking only on receipt of your completed and signed application form.
5. The person signing the application form will be considered “the user”. In signing the application form the user is also deemed to agree to the terms and conditions of hire.
6. We will confirm your booking and send you an invoice, which is payable on receipt, covering the hire period which is payable on receipt and before the hire period commences.
Charges/method of payment
The selling of alcohol requires the hirer to obtain a licence. Unconsumed liquor, bottles, cases, glasses and similar articles must be removed from the premises immediately after the function ended. *Please note that if alcohol is included in a raffle or competition that you are selling tickets for, then you will still need to obtain a licence from the local authority.
All prices include Hirers’ Liability Insurance of which a copy is available on request.
The user is responsible for ensuring that the premises are left in a clean and tidy condition, including replacing any furniture, which may have been moved. Any additional expense incurred by the moving and replacement of furniture and equipment, or in extra cleaning that may be necessary to return the premises to a satisfactory condition shall be recharged to the user.
Use of the facilities
CHILDREN (I .E. UNDER 18’S) MUST BE DIRECTLY SUPERVISED BY ADULTS AT ALL TIMES
The user must report all incidents related to unsafe premises or Claydon High School equipment to the caretaker on duty. Incidents related to the user’s own organised activity are reported in line with their own operating/reporting procedures but must also be reported to the school for information purposes.
During the period of your letting a caretaker may be contacted on 07754 489568/07754 489569.
Additional regulations and conditions for the use of sporting facilities
OUTDOOR FOOTWEAR MUST NOT BE WORN IN THE SPORTS HALL
SMOKING IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN WHILST USING ANY OF THE FACILITIES
Additional regulation and condition for use of halls
No stage play shall be performed unless a theatre licence has been obtained from the appropriate town/district council. No booking will be confirmed unless such a licence has been obtained. The user must observe any conditions attached to such a licence.
No copyright, dramatic for musical work shall be performed or sung without the licence of the owner of copyright. The user shall indemnify the school and the County Council against any infringement of copyright which may occur during the hire period. Queries about obtaining a performing rights licence should be directed to the performing rights society LTD, 29/33 Berners Street, London W1P 4AA.
Alcoholic drinks shall only be brought on the premises if they are directly provided by the user or provided by the holder of an occasional licence granted by the justices for the function for which approval has been given. The selling of alcoholic drinks also requires a licence, as does the selling of raffle/competition tickets if the raffle/competition contains alcohol/alcoholic products.
The school holds a public entertainment licence which gives permission for public music, singing or dancing between the hours of 7.00pm to 11.00pm Monday- Saturday.
Users must ensure that instructors/supervision/coaches hold appropriate valid qualifications and CRB certification or can demonstrate they have had suitable and adequate experience to provide instruction.
Scenery, costume and drapes used for stage performances or the like in the school hall must be fire-proofed. Advice on fire-proofing may be obtained from the County Architect, St Edmunds House, Rope Walk, Ipswich. The school may cancel or postpone the booking at any time if advice is received to that effect from the chief fire office.
Specialist lighting or amplifying equipment for dance etc. is not included in the hire of the school hall.
No exits may be blocked, or furniture/equipment/obstructions placed in corridors. Fire appliances must not be tampered with or removed other than for fire fighting purposes.
The user shall not exceed the licence seating and/or dancing capacity in the hall which is as follows: -
All seated at tables - 180 persons
Dancing area and seated at tables - 240 persons
Dancing - 360 persons
Closely seated audience - 240 persons
The prices quoted in the scale of charges are inclusive of VAT where applicable.
VAT on sporting activities is not applicable if the following conditions are met and adhered to:
Ref: Sept 15
Year 11 students can collect GCSE exam results in person on Thursday 24th August between 9.00 - 11.00am in the Main Hall. If a parent/carer is collecting on their behalf, they will need to bring in a signed letter from the student giving permission.
Uncollected results will be posted home by second class post.
Congratulations to all who attended our recent Sports Award Evening. It was great to celebrate so many individual and team sporting achievements across the year. Well done to all the award winners and to those students who participate in sport, for competition, fitness or pleasure!
We have been successful in our application for a Silver School Games Award. The School Games Mark (which is recognised by Ofsted) rewards schools for their commitment to and development of competition, school sport and physical education.
In order to achieve any level of the School Games Mark, we must meet a set of prerequisites including: providing opportunities that attract less active young people to participate in physical activity; a calendar of competition that demonstrates opportunities for young people with SEND to take part in competitions; a notice board and/or in-house school digital system that promotes School Games activity and much more.
Please click here for details.
Well done to everyone who took part (competitors, non-competitors and helpers) in this year's Sports Day and congratulations to the winners and runners up in each race, plus the 10 students below who broke a school record!
Jessie Wyatt - Year 10 girls' Shot Putt
Billy Stanhope - Year 10 boys' 400m
Alfie Miles - Year 10 boys' 100m
Harrison Banks - Year 7 boys' 300m
Chloe Rolfe - Year 7 girls' 300m
Luca Iachetta - Year 8 boys' 300m
Mia Jones - Year 8 girls' 300m
Kieron Double - Year 9 boys' 300m
Kimberly Mundawarara - Year 9 girls' 300m
Josefina Santa De Lapaz - Year 10 girls' 300m
On 1st June 2017, Claydon High school, East Bergholt High School and Hadleigh High School joined together to form a multi-academy trust - The South Suffolk Learning Trust. The three strong schools will be working together to share best practice within the partnership as well as supporting other schools in Suffolk. The South Suffolk Learning Trust (led by an experienced board of local trustees) intends to grow and support the learning of Suffolk youngsters aged between 3 and 19 and add positively to improving life chances of Suffolk children through effective collaboration.
Headteachers Sarah Skinner, Colin Turner and Caroline Gibson are delighted to be formalising partnerships across schools and enabling an even wider number of children to reach their full potential.
Please click here to download the new lunchtime menu provided in our Megabites canteen by Vertas Catering. Please note that there is a three week rotation and w/c 20th February 2017 is week one.
Recycle your unwanted clothing and paper and raise vital funds for your school in the process!
The PTA have arranged for paper and textile recycling banks to be situated in the coach car park at Claydon High School and are available for both school and community use. Please click here for more details. For safety reasons, restrictions of use apply when buses are dropping off and collecting students in the mornings and afternoons.
We are delighted to share the exciting news that Claydon High School has been named in the top 100 non-selective state-funded schools in England.