Policies

We make a number of policies available online for you to view.
If you can’t find the policy that you are looking for, including all statutory policies,  please contact the school office.

Accessibility-Statement 

Admissions-Policy-2020-21

Admissions Policy 2021-22

Admissions Policy 2022-23

Admissions-Policy-2021-22 ceases 1st Sept 2021

Allegations of Abuse Against Staff in School

Anti bullying policy

Assessment Policy September 2021

Attendance Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

Confidential-Reporting and Whistleblowing Policy

Central Safeguarding Policy Final July 2019

Complaints Policy Approved July 2021

COVID catch-up premium report Autumn 2020

COVID Contingency Framework Outbreak Plan Sept 2021

Data Protection Policy

Equality Information & Objectives Policy Trust and Academy 2023

Exclusion Guidance DHMAT

DHMAT-Governor Academy Visits Policy

Homework Policy

Medical Conditions Policy November 2017

Positive Behaviour Policy

Providing_remote_education_information_to_parents_ Jan 21

Pupil Premium Policy September 2020

RE Policy Sept 2020

Related Party Transactions Policy

RSE Policy September 2020

Safer Recruitment Policy DHMAT

Shropshire-Educational-Visits-Policy

SEND Policy

SEND Information Report

Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy 2020 2021 updated

Child Protection Policy Addendum JANUARY 2021 update

Visitor and Volunteer Policy Final approved Sept 2019

 

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