Policies and Documents

Policies address the practical implications of how to achieve the school's vision as expressed in its strategic plan and are a key means of ensuring that agreed values underpin day-to-day decisions and actions in school.

They are concerned with key processes within school and are about interactions between school, pupils, parents and community.  They are about ensuring highly effective teaching and learning, about safety and about basic human rights.  All policies are intended to guide the work of the headteacher and the staff and to provide a framework for the smooth functioning of the school based on a shared understanding of the school's strategic plan and vision.

The policies have been divided into categories: - General, Curriculum, Medical and Welfare, Safeguarding and Staffing

Each curriculum policy is 'owned' jointly by a member of staff and a link governor who review them regularly either annually or on a 3 year cycle.  Other policies are reviewed either by the relevant committee or the Full Governing Body.

Some of our key policies are listed below.  If you require a paper copy of any of the policies below or any information published on the website please contact the School Office.

Curriculum General Medical & Welfare Staffing  Safeguarding 
Calculations Freedom of Information Accessibility Development Plan      Code of Conduct Safeguarding and Child Protection
Educational Visits Single Equality and Equality Information SEND  Child Protection Volunteer Leaflet Code of Conduct for Safe Practice
Home School Agreement                 Equality Objectives Sex  and Relationships Education  Whistleblowing Safer Recruitment
English Charging and Remissions Behaviour  
PSHE Complaints Anti Bullying  
Early Years Uniform    
Drugs Medical Conditions    
Collective Worship eSafety    
Art and Design Health and Safety    
Maths Administration of Medicines
Gifted and Talented Intimate Care
MFL (Modern Foreign Languages)
Design and Technology