The safety and happiness of all the children in our school are of paramount importance. We are committed to early intervention in order to prevent or stop child abuse.
Link to the new ‘Safeguarding children arrangements in Surrey.’
“The new safeguarding arrangements will make a difference to the lives of children and young people in Surrey by ensuring that agencies work better together, learn from local and national practice and continuously improve services to enable children and young people to be safe and feel safe in their families and communities.”
We have updated our Privacy Notice and Data Protection Policy to reflect the requirements of GDPR. If you have any questions or concerns relating to how we handle your data please contact us.
A new code of practice for children with special educational needs was introduced in September 2014. As part of the new Code of Practice schools are required to publish an SEN Information Report. This details the provision for children with special educational needs. It explains how we help children who need support when they are learning.
If you have any questions regarding the document please contact Mr Burbidge.
Surrey County Council have produced a Local Offer which explains SEND provision in Surrey.
Alongside the SEN Information Report our school has produced a ‘Provision Map’ which explains the teaching provision for all children as well as those who may need extra support to learn. If you would like to discuss this document further please contact Mr Burbidge on 01737354816 or by using the email link above.
Surrey County Council have also published a guide which explains the changes to SEND provision: SEND 14 guide
Attendance Policy The Attendance Policy provides information about the school’s policy on term time holidays and time off during term time.
Behaviour Policy (Updated March 21 for COVID-19) The Behaviour Policy includes the Exclusion Policy.
The Pupil Premium is a sum of money in the school’s budget. It is allocated according to the number of children on roll who are adopted from care or eligible for free school meals. It is intended to support schools in narrowing the gap in attainment between different groups of children. These documents explains how we spend the money we are allocated.
Our Central Policies are displayed on Google Drive and updated regularly. They include the list below –
Please follow this link to the central folder
|Child Protection & Safeguarding||Complaints Policy and Procedural Guide|
|E-Safety Policy||Data Protection|
|Intimate Care||Health & Safety|
|Off- Site Activities||Information Security|
|Physical Intervention Policy||Procedure for Responding to Concerns about GLF Schools|
|Supporting Children with Medical Conditions||Risk Management Policy|
|Schools Freedom of Information|
|Behaviour towards Staff by Parents, Carers and Visitors Policy|
|Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work Policy||GDPR|
|Gender Pay Gap Report||Retention Schedule|
|ICT Acceptable Use||Privacy Notice for Job Applicants|
|Privacy Notice for Parents/Carers|
|Finance||Privacy Notice for Pupils|
|Charging Policy Annex 5||Privacy Notice for Staff|
|Privacy Notice for Visitors|