At Brinsworth Whitehill Primary School we have a wide range of school policies which are formulated and approved by the governing body.

Paper copies of all policies are available from the school office.

School uses Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) as a tool to help make sure our policies, and the way they carry out their functions, do what they are intended to do. Carrying out an EIA involves systematically assessing the likely (or actual) effects of policies on people in respect of disability, gender, including gender identity, racial equality and, wider equality areas. This includes looking for opportunities to promote equality that may have previously been missed or could be better used, as well as negative or adverse impacts that can be removed or mitigated where possible. If any negative or adverse impacts amount to unlawful discrimination they will be removed.

When policies are approved the Governing Body considers the following strands and factors as a prompt.

Strands and factors

Below are some of these policies, which you may find useful :-


A

Accessibility (including accesibility plan for disabled pupils) Policy

Administering medication policy

Admissions

After School Club

Anti Bullying

Attendance Policy


B

Behaviour and Exclusion policy

Biting policy


C

Charging and Remissions for School Activities

Child Protection Policy

Complaints

Curriculum

Charter Summary Report

Code of Conduct


D

Data Protection Policy

Disability Equity

Development Plan


E

Educational Visits

E-Safety


F

Fair Processing Notice

Fire Safety

Foundation Stage Behaviour


H

Health and Safety

Home School Agreement


I

Intimate Care


L

Late collection policy

Lost Child


N

Nappy Changing Toilet Training


P

PE Policy

PE Rules

Photograph policy

Physical Intervention

Promoting British Values

PSHE and Citizenship

Pupil Premium Policy


R

Race Equality Objectives

RSHE


S

Safer Recruitment Policy

Snow Plan


T

Teaching and Learning


W

Whistleblowing


V

Volunteer