POLICIES

Below is a list of Policy Documents. You can use the SEARCH box below to find a policy quickly and easily. If you wish to speak to a member of staff about any of the issues covered, please contact us. If you require a hard copy of any policy document, these can be requested at the school office. (All policy documents are in PDF format).

Policy NameDescription
Accessibility PlanThis statement outlines how we to provide the best education for every child within our care.
Access to Education for Children Unable to Attend School for Medical ReasonsThis policy outlines the provisions we have for children who are unable to attend school for medical reasons.
Adult Volunteer PolicyThis policy sets out our school’s policy, which is to ensure that the children benefit from as much help and support as possible, and are provided at the same time with the best possible security.
Anti-bullying Policy This document explains how our anti-bullying policy plays an important role in our commitment in providing a safe, positive, valuing and inclusive environment for pupils, staff and parents/carers. We also have the Anti-bullying Parent Leaflet .
Attendance Policy

Fixed Penalty Notices
This policy outlines what is expected of children with regards to their attendance. Children are only given authorised absence in exceptional circumstances. Click HERE if you would like to request absence for your child. Click HERE for information about Fixed Penalty Notices.
Calculation PolicyThis policy gives parents guidance on which methods they should be using with their children at home when doing Maths with their children. The Policy is a guide from Reception to Year 6 in the four basic areas of Maths (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division). If you are unsure in any methods please contact your child's class teacher for greater guidance.
Charging Policy This policy outlines what activities (within the National Curriculum) are charged for.
Child Protection PolicyThis policy informs staff, parents, volunteers and governors about the school's responsibilities for safeguarding children. It enables everyone to have a clear understanding of how these responsibilities should be carried out.
Click HERE for the latest Department for Education statutory guidance for schools - Keeping Children Safe in Education.
Communications PolicyThis policy outlines how we strive for clear and effective communications with parents and the wider community.
Complaints PolicyThis policy outlines our complaints procedure.
Equality Information and Objectives PolicyThis policy outlines the aims and objectives in providing equal opportunities to staff and pupils.
Health and Safety PolicyThis policy outlines our responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act and other health and safety legislation.
Home Reader PolicyThis policy outlines the benefits of reading at home and provides examples of material.
Home-School Agreement PolicyThis agreement/policy outlines the responsibilities we have as a school and you have as a parent.
Home Learning PolicyThis policy outlines the aims and objectives of home learning and the expectations at each Key Stage.
Lettings and Community Use PolicyGuidelines for the use of school premises, grounds and facilities outside normal school hours, by external organisations or individuals.
Medical Conditions PolicyThis policy outlines how the school ensures that the whole school environment is inclusive and favourable to pupils with medical conditions.
Medicine PolicyThis policy ensures safe and clear administration of medicines.
Positive Behaviour Management PolicyThis policy outlines the Golden Rules and how these are used to encourage positive behaviour.
Privacy NoticeStatutory notice about information kept at school about your child and how it is used.
Public Sector Equality Information and Objectives This document outlines the aims of the public sector equality duty.
SEN (Special Educational Needs) Policy This policy explains how Garden Fields School is implementing the SEN Code of Practice 2002 and takes fully into account the SEN and Disability Act 2001.
Sex and Relationship Education PolicyThis policy outlines how sex and relationship education is taught at the school.
Whistle blowing Procedure for Schools
This policy aims to support the reporting of illegal or improper conduct or concerns about safeguarding children.

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