Travel to venue
Roundhill Adult Learning Centre offers FREE parking to learners and staff. Spaces are shared with the staff at Roundhill Academy so parking can be limited during traditional school hours. Overflow parking is available opposite the site entrance on Melton Road.
The following bus services provide transport in and around Roundhill:
Choose How You Move!
Choose How You Move is a partnership project between Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council, funded by the Department for Transport. Their website (and app) is a one-stop-shop for travel information in Leicester & Leicestershire.
Use the journey planner to help you explore the different travel options that are available in Leicestershire.
The external ground-floor classrooms at Roundhill Adult Learning Centre are fully accessible by wheelchair users. Due to the age and structure of the main building, completely step-free access is not available. Once through to main reception, the building is fully accessible from that point, with a stair lift available for the first-floor classrooms. Please call us on FREEphone 0800 988 0308 to discuss any access needs.
The building is equipped with a disabled toilet in the external classrooms, and general toilet facilities in the main building.
Each classroom is fully equipped with:
- Interactive screens for teaching
- FREE Wifi
- Sinks and cleaning facilities for creative courses
Health & Safety
Copies of relevant centre policies related to Health & Safety are available on request from your local Business Support team. Below is some key information:
Fire Evacuation Procedure
During the first lesson, your tutor will talk through the Fire Evacuation Procedure and within the first few weeks do a walk-through practise.
If any learner should need help with leaving the building in case of an emergency, your tutor will complete a Personal Evacuation plan with yourself to ensure this help is in place.
Dynamic Emergency Lockdown Procedure (Run, Hide, Tell)
Dynamic lockdown is the ability to quickly restrict access and egress to the site or building (or part of) through physical measures in response to a threat, either external or internal. The aim of lockdown is to prevent people moving into danger areas and preventing or frustrating the attackers accessing the site or building.
- Each of our centres holds the overarching procedure specifically related to the venue
- All our centres display the “Run, Hide, Tell” awareness posters
- The alarm can be used verbally or by use of a panic alarm