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with specialist sports status

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with specialist sports status
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Published on - 01-12-2016

School Policies

Please note: School Policies are being constantly reviewed and updated.

1 Accessibility Plan
2 Admissions Policy 2016-17 & 2017-18 & 2018-19 & 2019-20
3 Behaviour Management & Statement of General Principles with regard to Behaviour
4 Charging and Remission
5a Child Protection Policy
5b Safeguarding Policy
6 Complaints Procedure
7 Data Protection & Privacy Notice
8 Freedom of Information Publication Scheme
9 Governors’ Allowances Policy
10 Health and Safety; Administration of Medicine; First Aid & Supporting Students with Medical Conditions
11 Home School Agreement
12 Instruments of Governance
13 Performance Management (Teacher Appraisal) including Capability of staff
14 Whistleblowing – Procedures for Protected Disclosure
15 Sex and Relationship Education
16 Single Equality Statement, Information and Objectives
17 Special Educational Needs
18 Pay Policy
19 Year 6 student Transfer
20 Anti-Bullying
21 Assessment and Marking & Controlled Assessment
22 Attendance
23 e-mail policy
24 Emergency Closure Plan
25 Examination Procedures
26 Finance
27 Home Learning Policy
28 ICT and Internet use
29 Inclusion and External Student Support Agencies
30 Information Sharing and Confidentiality
31 Internet Policy
32 Intimate Care
33 Learning and Teaching
34 Literacy, Numeracy and Communication
35 Staff Absence & Cover Policy
36 Off-site Activities
37 Physical Intervention
38 Security
39 Staff Dress Code
40 Staff Training, Induction and Development and CPD, ITT
41 Uniform & Summer Unifrom
42. Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Policy
43. Social Media Policy
44. Whole School Food Policy
45. Staff Code of Conduct Policy
46. Non-examination Assessment Policy
47. Safe Recruitment Policy

Statement of General Principles with Regard to Behaviour

The Governing Body’s Statement of General Principles with Regard to Behaviour  Rationale and purpose  1. This Statement has been dra...

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47. Safe Recruitment Policy

(adapted from the Manual of Personnel Practice and to reflect the requirements of KCSiE 2016) 1. Purpose 1.1 The purpose of this policy is to defin...

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Summer Uniform Policy

Effective 8th May 2018 Expectations All students are expected to wear the correct school uniform at all times, and to conduct themselves appropriate...

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Non-examination assessment policy

Approved by: David Watkins  Date:  19.02.18 Last reviewed on: 19.02.18 Next review due by: 19.09.18 Contents 1. Aims 2. Legislation 3...

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45. Staff Code of Conduct

1. Purpose and principles This Code of Conduct aims to establish a set of principles which underpin the expected conduct of staff at Brighton Hil...

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44. Whole School Food Policy

School name: Brighton Hill Community School Date: 29 March 2017 Date of next review: April 2019 (This document is freely available t...

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5b. Safeguarding Policy

This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Child Protection Policy: 5A Policy Statement Safeguarding determines the actions...

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43. Social Media Policy

Context  This document should be read in conjunction with information contained in the Policy on Staff Acceptable Use of ICT and on the County C...

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42. Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Policy

Overview Brighton Hill Community School understands the importance that a student’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development plays in ...

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19. Year 6 Student Transfer

Objective -To ensure the smooth and effective transfer of Year 6 students into Year 7 at the School This policy applies to all staff.The lead manager...

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