School Policies

 STATUTORY POLICIES                   

Paper copies of documents are available on request from the School Office.


Admissions Policypdf_button


Charging and Remissions Policy pdf_button

Complaints Procedures pdf_button

Credit Card Policy pdf_button

Governors Allowances Policy pdf_button

Pay Policy pdf_button

Visitors and Volunteers Policy pdf_button

Whistleblowing Policy pdf_button


Administration of Medicines Policy pdf_button

Anti-Bullying Policypdf_button

Attendance Policy pdf_button

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy pdf_button

Privacy (Data Protection) Policypdf_button

E-safety Policy pdf_button

Freedom of Information Policy pdf_button

Health and Safety Policy pdf_button

Medical Conditions Policypdf_button

Reasonable Force Policy pdf_button


Assessment, Marking and Feedback Policypdf_button

Behaviour and Motivation Policypdf_button

 Collective Worship Policy pdf_button

Equality Policy and Action Plan pdf_button

English Policy pdf_button

EYFS Policy pdf_button

Food Policy pdf_button

Home School Agreement pdf_button

Mathematics Policy pdf_button

 SEND Policy pdf_button

Sex and Relationships Policypdf_button

Camden's Statement on Statutory RSE Policy

Teaching and Learning Policy pdf_button


Appraisal Procedures for Teachers pdf_button

Disciplinary Policy pdf_button

Disciplinary Procedure pdf_button

Staff Handbook and Code of Conductpdf_button

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Child Protection Conference  8.7.19  Melodie Tyne

·         It was confirmed mother still suffers from depression;

·         Famil have moved to own two bedroom flat;

·         There are a few outstanding issues for the Social Worker to complete -

1. Exploration of Mis Bongongos own personal history

2.  To explore summer scheme placement for Melodie

3. Social Worker to look into story stem work for Melodie - especially as relationship between Melodie and her dad has become more distant.

·         School Nurse to refer Melodie to audiology for hearing test;

·         School nurse to continue to monitor health;

·         Ms Bongongo does not want a family group conference;

·         Dad has agreed not to take substances when caring for Melodie;

·         Ms Bongongo to resign from job and take up a Law degree in autumn.



It was agreed that Melodie no longer appears to be at risk of domestic violence and case could be  reduced to Child in Need.


CIN Review meeting to be held at Crowndale on 5th October at 3.00 p.m.