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Policies

School governors and staff members work together to ensure that we can provide the best possible education for your child. A detailed policy for each area of the curriculum and religious education is in place and reviewed periodically. Some of these are informed by the Tower Hamlet’s curriculum statement and guidance which have been adopted by the governing body.

The school’s allocation of the Pupil Premium is used to address priorities identified from these policy reviews.  A report prepared by the school highlighting its policy with special educational needs, and how this is being implemented is also available.  A brief report on the school’s sport funding premium for 2019/20 can also be downloaded.

Policies are also in place for many non-curricular areas of school life and are also available in the school office. The headteacher would be happy to discuss any policies with you or provide further details. If you have ideas about areas for which a policy needs to be developed then please see a governor or the headteahcer.

Below are links for downloading a number of policies that you may find useful.

  1. Accessibility Plan
  2. Anti-bullying
  3. Assessment and marking (including presentation)
  4. Attendance policy (for pupils)
  5. Behaviour and discipline
  6. Charging and subsidy
  7. Child protection (please see Safeguarding and child protection below)
  8. Complaints procedures
  9. Data protection
  10. Drugs and substance misuse
  11. Fire evacuation procedures
  12. First aid information for parents
  13. Freedom of information
  14. Gender and relationship education and a draft scheme
  15. Handwriting
  16. Headlice
  17. Health and safety
  18. Healthy lunch (booklet)
  19. Home-learning (homework)
  20. Home school agreement
  21. Home-time procedures for Nursery/Reception
  22. Intimate care and nappy changing
  23. Leave during term time
  24. Lettings/hiring of school premises
  25. Life-skills session
  26. Looked after children
  27. Medical and first aid
  28. Online safety/e-Safety
  29. Pack lunch
  30. Photos in school
  31. Privacy notice – staff, governors & volunteers
  32. Privacy notice – pupils and parents
  33. Pupil premium
  34. Restraining a pupil
  35. Risk assessment
  36. Safeguarding and child protection
  37. Single equality plan
  38. Social media
  39. Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)
  40. Special leave for staff members
  41. Staff behaviour policy
  42. Trips, residentials and visits
  43. Uniform (for pupils) and staff dress code
  44. Volunteers in school
  45. Whistleblowing

Paper versions of these policies and other material published on this website can be obtained from the school at no cost by parents/carers.