• Calder Walk, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 1SA

School Policies and Downloads

Accessibility Policy and Plan 2022-2025

Anti-Bullying Policy

Assessment Policy

Attendance Policy

Asthma Care Plan

Behaviour Code of Conduct

Behaviour Policy

Charging Policy

Child Protection Policy

Complaints Policy

Confidentiality Agreement for Volunteers

Data Protection Policy

Data Collection Form

Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL)

Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) Supervision Policy

DSL Supervision Schedule 2023-2024

E.A.L. Policy

Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Policy

Equality Policy and Objectives

Feedback Policy

Gifted and Talented Policy

Guidance on Use of Force and Physical Intervention WSCB

Home-School Agreement

Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2023)

Keeping Children Safe in Education for Schools Part 1

Learning Outside the Classroom

Medicines in School Procedures

Permissions Form

Preventing Radicalisation Policy

Privacy Notice - Applicants

Privacy Notice - Governors

Privacy Notice - Pupils and parents (with Covid amendments)

Privacy Notice - Staff

Regulated Activity in Relation to Children

Remote Education Provision Information for Parents and Carers

RSE Policy

Safer Recruitment and Employment Policy and Procedures

S.E.N.D. Information Report

S.E.N.D. Policy

Staff Behaviour Policy (Code of Conduct) Executive Summary

Staff Behaviour Policy (Code of Conduct)

Whistle Blowing Policy



Under the Education Act 2002 (Section 175), schools must make

arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

Parent/carers should know that the law (Children Act 1989) requires all school staff to pass on

information which gives rise to a concern about a child’s welfare, including risk from neglect,

physical, emotional or sexual abuse. The staff will seek, in general, to discuss any concerns with

the parent/carer, and where possible, seek their consent to a referral to Social Care. This will

only be done where such discussion will not place the child at increased risk of

significant harm. Schools will seek advice from Social Care when they have reasonable cause to suspect a child may be

suffering or likely to suffer significant harm. Occasionally, concerns are passed on which are later shown to be unfounded.

Parents/carers will appreciate that the designated person for child protection was carrying out their responsibilities in

accordance with the law and acting in the best interests of all children.