We hope that these are the policies that are of most use to you. If you require any other information, please contact the school office.
Behaviour Policy – How we expect our pupils to behave, rewards and sanctions.
Home School Agreement – This explains what you and your child can expect from us, what we expect from your child and what we expect from our families. This is in support of our school values, behaviour policy and the start of what we aim to be an open, honest and trusting relationship between families, our school and your child.
School Uniform – This is a list of the uniform we expect children to wear daily. It includes guidance on PE kits and hair styles.
Safeguarding Policy December 2018 – Global policy to ensure that we meet our statutory and moral duty to promote the welfare of our pupils.
Child Protection Policy December 2018 – Arrangements to minimise the risk of harm to our pupils.
Charging and Remissions – To give our pupils additional experiences in the form of visits or visitors to school, we rely on voluntary contributions from our parents. Usually, the school will subsidise these activities in order to keep the cost down.
E-Safety Policy – How we teach children to keep safe on the internet, mobile devices and social media.
Complaints Policy 2016 – This details the procedure if you wish to make a complaint. However, in the first instance speaking to your child’s class teacher is the quickest and often the easiest way to solve any issues/concerns or to answer questions you may have. If this doesn’t resolve your concern or you are concerned about the way in which a member of staff has acted, please see the Assistant Headteacher for the Phase (Miss Collier for Lower Phase; Miss Palfrey for Middle Phase; Mrs Green for Upper Phase).
Fair Processing Notice 2017 – Information of how we store and share your/ your child’s personal information.