Non Curriculum Policies

 

Accessibility Plan Adobe Reader Icon This plan represents the agreed principles for Accessibility throughout the school. Admissions Policy Adobe Reader Icon For information about how data regarding your child is used and passed on for specific purposes please check these notices.
Adult Volunteers Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for Adult Volunteer Helpers and Student Placements throughout the school. Anti-Bullying Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed protocol for tackling all types of bullying involving pupils from Shepherd Primary School.
Assessment Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for the use and application of Assessment throughout the school. Attendance and Registration Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for Attendance and Registration throughout the school.
Behaviour and Discipline Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy sets out the agreed principles for behaviour and discipline throughout the school. Charging and Remissions Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for charging parents at Shepherd Primary School.
Child Protection Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for child protection throughout the school. Complaints Policy Adobe Reader Icon This flowchart summarises the complaints process.
Cycle to School Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for cycling to school and continues to reflect the status of Shepherd Primary School as a Healthy School. Drugs Policy Adobe Reader Icon In 2004, the DfES updated its guidance to schools about drugs. This policy reflects that guidance, as well as the content of the QCA schemes of work.
EAL Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for children with English as an additional language. Equality Scheme Adobe Reader Icon Shepherd Primary School aims to create an environment whereby children, staff and the wider community experience parity of esteem regardless of race, gender or disability and is active in promoting community cohesion.
e-Safety and Data Security Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy highlights the need to educate pupils about the benefits and risks of using technology and provides safeguards and awareness for users to enable them to control their online experience. First Aid PolicyAdobe Reader Icon We believe that: If and when accidents happen prompt action needs to be taken to care for the person(s) involved. It is important to note that our aim is always to prevent accidents from happening. However, we acknowledge that, for whatever reason, accidents can and do happen.
Food Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for food within Shepherd Primary School. Home/School Agreement and Code of Conduct Adobe Reader Icon This Parent Home / School Agreement and Pupil Code of Conduct sets out the expectations for behaviour within the school.
Home Learning Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for the provision of Home Learning within Shepherd Primary School. Inclusion PolicyAdobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for Inclusion throughout the school.
Internet Use Adobe Reader Icon As part of pupils’ curriculum enhancement and the development of ICT skills, Shepherd Primary School is providing supervised access to the Internet. Intimate Care Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for intimate care throughout the school.
Medicine PolicyAdobe Reader Icon This policy explains procedure for administering medicines in school. Privacy Notice Adobe Reader Icon This notice explains how the information we collect from
you about your child/children may be used.
Publication Scheme (Freedom of Information) Adobe Reader Icon The scheme details information which has been published and will be published in the future. All information in this scheme is either available for you on our website to download and print off or available in paper form. School Uniform Policy Adobe Reader Icon The School Uniform Policy sets out the expected standard of dress for the children.
SEN Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for Special Educational Needs throughout the school. Sex and Relationships Education Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for the teaching of Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) throughout the school.
SMILE and Stay Safe Adobe Reader Icon e-Safety Rules to be displayed in the computer suite and on the laptop trolleys. Sun Protection Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for Sun Protection throughout the school and reflects the status of Shepherd Primary School as a Healthy School.
Target Setting Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for the use and application of target setting throughout the school. Using Images of Children Adobe Reader Icon Occasionally, we may take photographs of the children at our school. We may use these images in our school prospectus or in other printed publications that we produce, as well as on our website.
Water Policy Adobe Reader Icon This policy represents the agreed principles for the provision of drinking water within the school.    
Summary of the Equality Scheme (last updated Sept 2016)
We believe that the school plays an important role in the development of an equality culture and we are committed to continuing to support the ‘Equality Scheme’ and other relevant policies. Shepherd Primary School aims to create an environment whereby children, staff and the wider community experience parity of esteem regardless of race, gender or disability and is active in promoting community cohesion. In 2010, the Equality Act consolidated and replaced anti-discrimination laws introduced over the past 40 years and as a result the law to help tackle discrimination and equality has been simplified and strengthened. The purpose of the scheme is to set out how our practice and policies have due regard to the need to:

  • eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited by or under this Act.
  • advance equality of opportunity between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it
  • foster good relations between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it.

The ‘Equality Scheme’ covers the following aspects:

  • Vision and values
  • Legal Framework
  • Appropriate Data and Significance
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Implementation
  • Equality Objectives
  • Equality Objectives Action Plan

Evidence in terms of assessment data, attendance data, cohort data, parental opinion through parent surveys, parent meetings,  pupil surveys and other stakeholders have been gathered and analysed to enable the objectives in the action plan to be reviewed annually as set out in the legal framework.

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