If your child visits St John’s on a study day, summer
school, school visit, or open day, or other event coordinated by the Access and
Outreach team, appropriate safeguarding measures will be put in place to ensure
their safety during their visit. All members of the Access and Outreach team
are trained in safe-guarding, and first aiders are present in College at all
times. When necessary, dietary and accessibility requirements are sought in
advance of visits.
What are the costs for visiting St John’s and participating in its programmes?
We understand that the cost of travelling to Oxford can be difficult for some pupils, so St John's College can pay the cost of your child’s travel expenses to Oxford, by public transport, if they are a UK resident who attends or has attended a UK state school or college and if they are:
- currently eligible for Free School Meals;
- in local authority care;
- eligible for the 16-19 Bursary;
- eligible for the Education Maintenance Allowance;
- there is another reason why it would be difficult for them to afford to travel to Oxford to participate in access and outreach activities at St John's.