Policy A30: Admissions Policy 2019-2020

This policy will be used during 2018/19 for allocating places in the main admission round for entry to Year R in September 2019. It will also apply to in-year admissions during 2019/20. It does not apply to those being admitted to nursery provision.

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Policy A30: Admissions Policy 2016-2017

This policy will apply to all admissions from 1 September 2016, including in-year admissions. It will be used during 2015-16 for allocating places for September 2016 as part of the main admission rounds for Year R. It does not apply to those being admitted to nursery provision.

Policy A30: Admissions Policy 2017-2018

This policy will apply to all admissions from 1 September 2017, including in-year admissions. It will be used during 2016-17 for allocating places for September 2016 as part of the main admission rounds for Year R. It does not apply to those being admitted to nursery provision.

Policy A30: Admissions Policy 2018-2019

This policy will apply to all admissions from 1 September 2018, including in-year admissions. It will be used during 2017-18 for allocating places for September 2018 as part of the main admission rounds for Year R. It does not apply to those being admitted to nursery provision.

Policy C10: Special educational needs and disabilities

“At Owslebury Primary School, we are committed to providing an inclusive and nurturing environment where all children can thrive and experience success and where school and home work in close partnership together. We believe that all pupils with SEND should have opportunities and support throughout their time with us to reach their full potential and…

Policy E90: Complaints Procedure (Guidance for parents)

1) Introduction This document mainly refers to general complaints and will be used to cover all complaints from parents where there is no specific statutory regulation or appeals mechanisms e.g. school admissions, employment, exclusions and LEA decisions on special educational needs assessment and school placements. Throughout the document, the complainant is referred to as the…

Policy D20: Behaviour, rewards and sanction

1) Introduction Excellent behaviour, positive attitudes towards learning and a motivation to learn are the key factors that enable a child to learn and make rapid progress both academically and socially. Therefore the implementation of a coherent and consistent behaviour management system by all staff is critical. At every level, parents must be involved, informed…

Policy D40: Anti-Bullying - Main Policy

1) Introduction Statement of Intent a) At Owslebury Primary School we are committed to providing a warm, caring and safe environment for all of our children so that they can learn and play in a relaxed and secure environment. Every child and member of staff at Owslebury Primary School should be valued and be able…

Policy D10 Appendix: Managing allegations against other pupils

The ‘Keeping children safe in education’ statutory guidance published in April 2014, says that ‘governing bodies… should ensure that there are procedures in place to handle allegations against other children’. Having such procedures is a new feature to this guidance. In most instances, the conduct of students towards each other will be covered by the…

Policy E10: Confidentiality Policy

1) Introduction a) This policy was prepared following consultation with school staff, governors, pupils, parents/carers. b) This policy has been written using guidance from Guidance to schools on Sex and Relationships Education, Department for Education and Skills (Ref DfES 0116/2000 and National Healthy School Status – A Guide for Schools

Policy E110: Equality Data Statement

1) Introduction We welcome our duties under the Equality Act 2010 as both a provider of education and as an employer. We believe that all pupils and members of staff should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential whatever their background, identity and circumstances. We are committed to creating a community that recognises and celebrates…

Policy E130: Acessibility plan and disability equality policy

1) Introduction a) This plan is drawn up in accordance with the planning duty in the Disability Discrimination Act 1996, as amended by the SEN and Disability Act 2001 (SENDA). It draws on the guidance set out in ‘Accessible Schools: Planning to increase access to schools for disabled pupils’, issued by DfES in July 2002.…