St.Joseph's Primary School, Lancaster

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26th June 19
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Policies

Please click on the links below to see our curriculum Policies:

Teaching and Learning Policy          Marking and Feedback Policy       Assessment Policy

English Policy Maths Policy RE Policy

Prayer and Liturgy
Policy

 
Science Policy SEN Policy      
         
         
         

 

At St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School we are committed to:

  • promoting equality of opportunity
  • eliminating discrimination and harassment
  • valuing diversity and promoting positive relationships
  • providing an inclusive education which enables all pupils to develop their full potential
  • meeting the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.

Please click on the following link to read our Single Equalities Policy and Accessibility Plan

 

Pastoral Policies

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Please click on the links below for our Pastoral policies

Attendance Policy SEND Policy

Assessment Policy

Behaviour Policy

 

 

 

Medical Needs Policy Medical Forms Intimate Care Policy  

 

 

Values Policy Anti-Bullying Policy eSafety Policy  

 

 

 

An effective whole school child protection policy is one which provides clear direction to staff and others about expected codes of behaviour in dealing with child protection issues.  An effective policy also makes explicit the school’s commitment to the development of good practice and sound procedures.  This ensures that child protection concerns and referrals may be handled sensitively, professionally and in ways which prioritise the needs of the child.

To read the policy click on the link: Safeguarding Policy

The policy should be read in conjunction with the Government's publication, Keeping Children Safe in Education click here to read this.

 

The following document is designed to help parents and carers to understand our school policies and practices with regard to promoting children living a healthy lifestyle and what we do to ensure their safety and wellbeing.  In addition to this policy for parents the school has a comprehensive Child Protection Policy for staff.

Safeguarding Information for Parents

 

Other School Policies

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Please click on the links below for the other school policies:

Charging and Remissions PolicyThe school’s charging and remissions policy complies with statutory requirements, has regard to the Authority’s policy statements on charging and is reviewed on an annual basis.  The Governing Body recognises the valuable contribution that the wide range of additional activities makes towards the children’s personal and social development eg local trips, visitors, hatching eggs, trips to museums and residential experiences. The Governing Body aims to promote and provide such activities as part of a broad and balanced curriculum for the children.  Furthermore, we believe that all our children should have an equal opportunity to benefit from school activities and visits (curricular and extra-curricular) independent of their parents’ financial means.

Data Protection Policy:  This has been updated policy in line with new General Data Protection Regulations - GDPR.

Privacy Notice: As you will be aware, new regulations are coming into force on 25th May 2018 which will affect the way that organisations treat individuals' data (GDPR - General Data Protecton Regulations).  Please take a moment to read our updated Privacy Notice.  This explains how we use pupil information.