School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please ask the school office.
Our policies are updated either in a cycle or when new statutory or government guidance is provided. In some cases we may highlight new sections or points then families can see if something had changed.
Please ask the school office if you require a paper copy of a policy which we will provide without charge.
These policies are all about keeping our children safe and well and about the fair, equitable and smooth running of the school. They are in alphabetical order, those with similar content are listed next to each other.
New advice or guidance often prompts us to write a new policy or update a current one. In which case we may add the newer policy to the website in draft form until the Full Governing Body has the opportunity to ratify it. That way you have access to the most current documents.
Paper copies of all policies may be requested from the office.
Our Teaching, Learning , Curriculum and Assessment Policy (above) is currently under review and being re-drafted in the light of the extensive work we are undertaking on our curriculum design - based on recent research we have read and participated in. While the content remains that of the National Curriculum (click here to read this) this restructure changes:
At the same time we are looking at our EYFS policy in the light of the publication " Bold Beginnings", an analysis of good practice in primary schools. This will not change the fundamentals of our practice but we will take heed of any methodology which may enhance it.
During this period of change we will leave our old policy on the website above, as there are still many aspects of this that relate to our vision and values. In the meantime we will publish draft documentation for your perusal, see below.
For further information please ask Mrs Short to arrange a conversation with Miss Reeder (our curriculum leader) for you.
The following policies are available on the Lincolnshire County Council Website ( click on the link below)
From May 25th 2018 the school has policies which are compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulation. These can be read on our Data Protection Page in the Virtual Office; click here
We also apply the council's Confidentiality Code which ties in with the LCC Whistle Blowing Policy above.
Our Admissions policy is on our "How to join us" page, click here
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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