This policy has been formulated in accordance with Authority’s guidance on: Charging for School Activities.
This policy complies with the statutory requirement laid out in the SEN Code of Practice
This policy should be read alongside the school’s ‘Policy on the use of Physical Interventions’ and ‘Safeguarding Policy’
The school aims to work in partnership with parents to ensure that maximum attendance is achieved, whilst discouraging any form of unauthorised attendance.
This policy is the result of collaboration between staff of Pens Meadow School and the Speech and Language Therapy Team.
Pens Meadow School governors have adopted this policy.
This policy reflects the Single Equality Act 2010 which replaces previous legislation on Race Relations, Disability Discrimination, Gender Recognition and Sex Discrimination.
Pens Meadow governors have adopted this policy.
Pens Meadow governors have adopted this policy on medication guidance.
New statutory safeguarding guidance published for schools and colleges May 2016 – ‘Keeping children safe in education’.
The purpose of this procedure is to provide a robust process for dealing with complaints relating to the school or its employees, including the provision of facilities or services
Pens Meadow Governors have adopted this policy.
This policy reflects the aims of Pens Meadow School teaching and learning in Post 16.
This policy reflects the aims of Pens Meadow School teaching and learning in Key Stages 1-4
This policy reflects the aims of Pens Meadow School teaching and learning in EYFS.
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