As a school we regularly review our policies. Below are links to the latest versions of our key policies. Paper copies of our school policies and other information provided on the website are available on request free of charge from the school office or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Administering Medications Policy
We as a school will support parents/ carers regarding prescribed medication for children that needs to be administered within school time.
At Launcelot we make it clear that bullying is unacceptable and that we each have responsibility for speaking out against it; there are no innocent bystanders.
We at Launcelot recognise that good attendance is central to raising standards and pupil attainment. For children to reach full potential from their education it is vital that they attend regularly and be at school, on time, every day.
We expect children to come to school and take a positive part in the learning process promoting an atmosphere where excellent learning can take place. Behaviour should be a positive and respects other members of the school community and wider community.
Charging & Remissions Policy
We believe that all our pupils should have an equal opportunity to benefit from all school activities regardless of their parents’ financial means. Our charging and remissions policy sets out how we will do our best to ensure this.
- Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
- Complaints & Concerns Policy
Cyber Bullying Policy
At Launcelot Primary School, everyone deserves to learn and to teach in a supportive and caring environment, without fear of being bullied or harassed.
Digital Safeguarding Policy
Launcelot is committed to including digital technologies, in particular, internet use, in our curriculum. In so doing we recognise the inherent risks posed by this useful learning tool. Full compliance with this policy will mitigate these risks and help to ensure pupils are safe online.
Health & Safety Policy
We recognise the importance of health and safety and welfare and believe that it is necessary for the active participation of all to be maintained the highest standards. Activities are conducted with due regard to all statutory requirements to minimise risks to pupils, employees and others affected by our activities and operations.
We aim to provide children with the best possible education and meet their needs as well as we can. If you do have any comments you wish to make then we want to hear from you.
- Mobile Phone Policy
This policy is designed to ensure that potential issues involving mobile phones can be clearly identified and addressed.
- Play Policy
We believes that all children need opportunities to play that allow them to explore, manipulate, experience and affect their environment.
- Relationship & Sex Education Policy
At Launcelot are committed to delivering high quality Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education within the wider primary curriculum framework. This policy will give an insight into our approach in delivering Relationships & Sex Education across our school.
We believe passionately in the inclusion of all pupils regardless of their needs. Our aim is to support children to overcome any barriers to their learning that they may experience, every child has equal access to the curriculum and is able to play a full part in the whole life of the school.
Privacy Notice - Data Protection
We will ensure that under the Data Protection Act 2018 all school personnel are able to access their personal data that is held about them. We believe it is our duty to respond to any request of access within 40 days
Single Equality Policy
All schools must publish information about the key demographics of the school and indicate how any inequality detected from equality impact assessment is being tackled.
Teaching & Learning Policy
At Launcelot we aim to provide children with the appropriate life skills; enabling children to achieve their full potential in terms of academic success; developing self-respect and respect for the rights and views of others; making learning meaningful and fulfilling.
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