School Policies

Policies currently undergoing review can be found at the bottom of this page.

A paper-based copy of these documents can be provided free-of-charge on request.

Key Policies

Acceptable Use of IT (Code of Conduct) – 2019

Admissions Policy 2018-19 – DETERMINED (See also Exceeding PAN Protocol, below)

Admissions Policy 2019-20 – DETERMINED  (See also Exceeding PAN Protocol, below)

Admissions Policy 2020-21 – DETERMINED (See also Exceeding PAN Protocol, below)

Admissions (Exceeding PAN Protocol) 2018

Allegations of Abuse Against School Staff (Procedures for addressing) 2018

Anti-bullying and Anti-hate 2020 Adopted

Attendance 2018

Behaviour in school 2019

Behaviour Principles – Written Statement 2017

Capability of Staff Policy 2016

Charging, Remissions and Debt Management 2017

Child Protection Policy and Procedures 2020

Collective Worship 2018

Complaints Policy 2019

Confidentiality Policy

Data Protection Policy 2016

Designated Teacher (Children-In-Care) 2020

Early Help – a webpage of support

Early Years Foundation Stage 2020

Equalities and Schemes, including Accessibility 2018

Exclusions 2020

First Aid Policy 2019

Freedom Of Information 2018

Governor’s Allowances Policy – schemes for paying  2019


Home School Expectations 2018

Homework Policy 2019

Intimate Care 2017

Keeping Children Safe in Education (ONLINE PUBLICATION)

Mental Health and Well-being 2019

Newly Qualified Teacher – Induction Policy 2020

Pay Policy 2018-19

Positive Handling (Physical Restraint) Policy 2012

Pupil-Premium-Policy 2017

Religious Education Policy 2018

Safer Recruitment and Staff Selection 2016

Safer Working Practices (ONLINE PUBLICATION)

Sex and Relationships Education Policy 2018 – SEE ALSO DRAFT 2020 POLICY FOR CONSULTATION BELOW

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Policy 2020

Spiritual Development Policy 2019

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Policy 2019

Staff Discipline, Conduct and Grievance Policy 2018


Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions 2019

Volunteer Code Of Conduct 2017

Whistleblowing 2020

Working Togerther to Safeguard Children (ONLINE PUBLICATION)



Please use the contact form HERE to make a comment on any of the policies below.

Relationships and Sex Education Policy 2020 - DRAFT (22 downloads)

When considering the Relationships Education Policy, readers may wish to consider:

  • The age of the children concerned
  • Religious implications
  • Equality of opportunity
  • When, where and how sex education should be taught
  • Sensitive and controversial issues
  • Procedures for withdrawal of pupils
  • Providing information for parents


We have a large number of other policies which can be viewed on request. We can also provide copies for you to take away. Please contact the office for details.