Policies

Please see below a list of all our policies which are available in the school office for parents of pupils and parents of prospective pupils. These policies are updated regularly to ensure compliance with the Independent School Standards Regulations.  The Safeguarding Policy, Anti-bullying Policy, E.Safety Policy, Health and Safety and Complaints Procedure are available for you to print from this page.

Sickness Policy/procedure

If your child is feeling too unwell to come to school, the parent/guardian should ring the school as soon as possible to let the office know so that they can mark your child as absent due to illness in the morning register.

Policies available:

Able, Gifted and Talented

Acceptable Use of ICT for Pupils

Administering medicines EYFS

Admissions

Assembly  

Assessment and Reporting

Attendance and Punctuality

Behaviour Management including EYFS

Biting

Bursaries

Camera and recording device use

Careers Education and Guidance

Controlled Assessments

Curriculum including EYFS

Cyberbullying

Data Protection

Disability

Drugs

EAL (including EYFS)

Eating Disorders

Educational visits

Emergency procedures- Fire Evacuation

Equal Opportunities

Exclusions

Extreme Weather

Fire Risk

First Aid

Homework

Learning and Teaching

Literacy

Marking

Minibus

Missing pupils/Suspect a child is running away from home

Parent Code of Conduct

Prevent

PSHEE

Pupil Code of Conduct

Presentation of work

Scholarships

School Council/Student Voice

Self Harm

Sex Education

Social Media

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and British Values

Staff Behaviour and Code of Conduct

Supervision (including across EYFS)

Visiitng Speakers

Whistleblowing