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Policies

School policies cover every aspect of school life!  Below are some of our most important policies for your information.

Ofsted Quote:

"The school's work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding."

Safeguarding Policy August 2015

Safeguarding Guidance Leaflets for Parents

Safeguarding Guidance Leaflet for Students, Visitors and Volunteers

Ofsted Quote:

"The behaviour of pupils is outstanding.

Relationships between pupils, and between pupils and adults, are of the highest quality."

We are currently reviewing our Behaviour Policy in school - the children are considering the rules of behaviour and discussing them in class councils and School Council. Look out for the updated version of the policy later this term...

Ofsted Quote:

"Teachers use assessment information carefully to plan tasks to build on pupils' previous learning and make them very demanding, so pupils continue to make rapid progress."

Medical Procedures Policy

Bumped Heads Procedure

Complaints Procedure

Sharing in Your Child's Learning

We believe that the children will only be able to achieve their full potential when home and school work well together. Our Home School Agreement and Homework Policy tell you about how we can establish a positive partnership that will benefit your child. We are always happy to discuss your child's progress with you. Should you need to speak to someone for whatever reason, each member of the school’s Senior Leadership Team is available every morning and class teachers are available at the end of the school day.

A lot of information is also contained in our weekly Newsletter. This can be downloaded from the website or collected from the main school office. If you would like your child to receive a paper version of this each week, please let their class teacher know.

Regular parents' evenings are held and take the following form:

Term 1 – To check your child's needs and discuss how they are settling into their new class.

Term 2 – An opportunity to look at your child's work, discuss progress and share the targets set on the interim report, issued half way through the year.

Term 3 – To talk about your child's annual report and give information for the next year.

Teachers will also send you information about current work and suggest ideas for how you can share in your child's learning at home.

You will also be invited to special assemblies, concerts, plays and sports day – exciting events that everyone in the school community enjoys. Meetings are also regularly held to share information about upcoming residential visits or to provide key information about a new year group initiative.

Our school always praises children who do their best, and the children will bring home stickers and certificates so that you too can celebrate their achievements.

We are always interested in your views about what we are doing in school. Therefore, at the end of each term, a link to an online questionnaire is posted on the school website; please do take this opportunity to tell us what you think. 


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