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Policy

Summary of Policy

Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)

·         A list of what is acceptable and what is not with regards to the use of laptops, computers, USB sticks, photographs, voice recordings, video, mobile phones, social networking etc.  

·         Information on e-safety and e-safeguarding procedures

Admissions

·         Information on the way to apply for a place at Balliol

·         When children are eligible to start in Nursery

Anti-cyber bullying

·         Definition of what cyber bullying is

·         Information on anti-cyber bullying procedures

·         Advice and information for children, parents and teachers

Behaviour Management

·         What is meant by ‘behaviour management’

·         Information on the ‘CALM’ approach

·         Our use of positive praise

·         Levels of unacceptable behaviour and use of levels and smiles chart 

·         Information on house points, fantastic news, pupil of the week, rainbow rewards

·         ICE card usage

Charging and Remissions

·         Voluntary contributions

·         Events that may cost money such as music tuition

Child Protection

·         Outlines the roles and responsibilities of the school

Complaints

·         Shows the procedure that Balliol uses to resolve complaints whether informal or formal

Confidentiality

·       Outlines how the school handle information about children once it has been received

Data Protection

·         Information and advice

·         Roles and responsibilities

Freedom of information

·       Shows which information is available under the Freedom of Information Act 2000

Governors’ statement of general principles with regard to behaviour

·       Provides guidance

Health and safety

·         What Balliol’s role is in health and safety

·         The role of the head-teacher, governors, teachers and children

·         Details about the health and safety coordinator

·         Procedures and arrangements

Home school agreement

·       Explains our school values and shows how we achieve these

·       Shows our expectations of our staff, children and parents

Inclusion

·         The definition of inclusion

·         Teaching and learning styles

·         Children with disabilities

·         The roles and responsibilities of all staff and children

PSHE

·         How PSHE is taught across the school


To read any of our policies, please click on the links below:
(Alternatively, please contact the main school office if you would like to request a paper copy)
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