Key Policies for Parents*
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*Section 576 of the Education Act 1996 defines 'parent' as:
•All natural parents, whether they are married or not
•Any person who, although not a natural parent, has parental responsibility for a child or young person
•Any person who, although not a natural parent, has care of a child or young person (having care of a child or young person means that the child lives with and is looked after by that person, irrespective of what their relationship is).
Persistent Absence leaflet.pdf
Acceptable Use Policy for pupils KS1 2019-2021
Acceptable Use Policy for pupils KS2 2019-2021
Acceptable Use Protocol - Zoom
Attendance & Punctuality Policy (Pupils) 2022-2024
Anti-fraud and Corruption Policy 2019-2021
Anti bullying policy 2020-2022
Assessment and Feedback Policy 2020-2022
Behaviour Regulation Policy 2022-2024
Charging and Remissions 2020-2022
Children in care/previously in care 2022 - 2023
Data Protection Policy 2021-2022
Drugs Policy January 2020-2022
Equality information and objectives 2020-2022
Freedom of Information Policy 2022-2025
Home/School Agreement 2022-2024
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022
Online Safety Policy 2022 -2023
Pupil Premium Funding Policy 2022 - 2023
Severe weather and school closure information
Use of Force and Restraint 2021-2023
Use of Images and Photographs 2022-2024
Whistleblowing Policy 2022-2024
If you wish to view any additional policies please ask at the office and they will be made available to you.