Lockers for Year 6-11 students are positioned as close to tutor rooms as possible.
Lockers are issued at the beginning of the school year, giving priority to the youngest students.
Lockers are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. There is an annual rental charge of KD2.
Students must supply their own padlock after being issued a locker. So that the padlock fits our lockers, its metal arm should not have a diameter of more than 5 millimetres.
Students should keep their key safe, or their combination, secret.
The school will not be held liable for the security of items placed in lockers.
Students must keep their lockers padlocked. Students must not keep any belongings in an unlocked locker.
If a student loses their key or forgets their combination, they should inform their DC, who will break the padlock so that the student can remove their belongings. In such a situation, the student should not use their locker until they have replaced the padlock.
If a padlock breaks so that the locker cannot be locked, the student should remove their belongings and should not use their locker until they have replaced the padlock.
If a locker breaks, the student should inform their DC, so that it can be repaired. If the locker cannot be locked, the student should not use their locker until it has been repaired. In such a situation, so that the student is without a locker for as short a time as possible, the DC may decide to allocate the student a different locker.
Students must not swap lockers, share lockers or place their belongings into another student's locker or an unassigned locker.
Students must not keep any food, drinks or perishable items in their lockers overnight.
Students may not personalise the outside of their lockers in any way. Any interior personalisation must be consistent both with school rules and Kuwait's cultural and religious norms. Blu-tack, not sticky tape, should be used inside lockers. We recommend that students keep a copy of their timetable inside their lockers.
Students may only access their lockers during the approved access times (detailed below).
Students must provide access to their locker to a member of the Secondary Leadership Team. In the event that such access cannot be provided, BSK reserves the right to remove padlocks without liability for replacement.
The rental period ends for Year 6-10 students on the day before the end-of-year examinations and for Year 11 students on the day before their study leave begins. Student must remove their locks and all belongings. Students must ensure that no trace of any interior personalisation remains.
Students may access lockers during Morning Tutor Time, but should first register and then seek their tutor’s permission. Year 6 students will always be given permission, but it may not be possible for higher year groups. Lockers must not be accessed after the bell rings for the start of Lesson 1.
Lockers may be accessed during the short changeover Break 1 and the first five minutes of Breaks 2, 3 and 4. However, Year 6 students may access their lockers at any time during breaks.
Students who do not travel by school bus may access their lockers between 14.30-14.40, provided that this does not involve crossing Park Lane. For all other students, Break 4 is their last opportunity of the day to access their lockers.
Lockers should never be accessed after 14.40, even by students with afterschool activities.
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