Non Curriculum Policies

Accessibility Plan Adobe Reader Icon Admissions Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Adult Volunteers Adobe Reader Icon Anti-Bullying Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Assessment Policy Adobe Reader Icon Attendance and Registration Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Behaviour and Discipline Policy Adobe Reader Icon Charging and Remissions Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Child Drop off and Collection Policy Adobe Reader Icon Child Protection Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Complaints Policy Adobe Reader Icon Cycle to School Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Dealing with Parental Incidents Policy Adobe Reader Icon Drugs Policy Adobe Reader Icon
EAL Policy Adobe Reader Icon e-Safety and Data Security Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Equality Scheme Adobe Reader Icon First Aid Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Freedom of Information Policy Adobe Reader Icon Food Policy Adobe Reader Icon
GDPR Policy Adobe Reader Icon GDPR Privacy Notice for Parents/Carers Adobe Reader Icon
GDPR Privacy Notice for Pupils Adobe Reader Icon Home/School Agreement and Code of Conduct Adobe Reader Icon
Home Learning Policy Adobe Reader Icon Inclusion PolicyAdobe Reader Icon
Internet Use Adobe Reader Icon Intimate Care Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Medicine PolicyAdobe Reader Icon School Uniform Policy Adobe Reader Icon
SEND Policy Adobe Reader Icon Sex and Relationships Education Policy Adobe Reader Icon
SMILE and Stay Safe Adobe Reader Icon Sun Protection Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Target Setting Policy Adobe Reader Icon Using Images of Children Adobe Reader Icon
Water Policy Adobe Reader Icon
Summary of the Equality Scheme (last updated Sept 2020)

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. As with all schemes in place at Shepherd Primary School, the governors have given due consideration to the
spirit of the “Every Child Matters” agenda.

In addition, in the application of this scheme, the school will strive to reflect the school aims to ensure the happiness of all individuals who are members of our community.

Our school community aims to:

  •  Learn and grow together within a safe, caring and happy environment;
  • Encourage achievement in all aspects of school life;
  • Motivate all children in a broad and challenging curriculum;
  • Treat everyone with honesty and respect;
  • Ensure opportunities for all.

These aims are underpinned by a set of core values agreed by the whole school community. They are as follows:
opportunity, respect, motivation, confidence, honesty, happiness, healthy living, friendship, achievement, safety, teamwork and care.

We are committed to raising the attainment of all our pupils with due regard to their individual, social and personal circumstances.
We believe as a school community in promoting equality of opportunity and all members of our community are respected as individuals taking account of race, religion, disability, gender, background, sexual orientation, age and ability.

The school respects and values the linguistic, cultural and religious diversity which exists in our school and in the wider community. We support children in their class for whom English is a second language and incorporate principles of equality and diversity into all aspects of their work. Staff know how to identify and challenge any bias and stereotyping within the curriculum.

Parents are an integral part of our community and we will involve them as much as possible in the joint enterprise of making our children’s learning a positive, rewarding and happy experience.

As an inclusive school, we respect and value the diversity of the community we serve and therefore the following guiding principles are pertinent to our school’s ethos and vision and are demonstrated through our policy and planning throughout the school.

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