These pages contain all of the policies and key information relevant to Joseph Clarke School. If you are looking for Academy-wide information, you can find it here.
- Read our Ofsted Report here.
- Link to Department of Education School Performance Tables.
- Find guidance on our Admissions Process here.
- A Summary of Pupils' Achievement and Progress 2015-2016
- Read our Special Educational Needs Information Report 2016-2017.
- Read our Equalities Statement and Access Plan 2016-2017.
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|Publication Scheme||Sets out the information which the Academy Trust publishes and which is available via the Trust’s websites or in hard copy.|
|Complaints policy||The process of making a complaint and who to contact.|
|Safeguarding Policy||Statement of policy for safeguarding and promoting welfare of pupils at the school.|
|Code of ethics||
Statement of guidance for all members of Whitefield’s Community as to how they should conduct themselves.
|Special Educational Needs Policy||
Information about the Trust’s policy on providing for pupils with special educational needs, including an outline of the admissions process.
|Data Protection Policy||How the Trust uses and protects personal data.|
|Health & Safety Policy||Statement of general policy with respect to maintaining high standards of health and safety.|
|Cold Weather Action Plan||Proceedures followed if there is a risk that the schools will need to be closed due to snow.|
|Charging and Remissions Policy||Sets out our policy on the charges made for activities, and the circumstances under which voluntary contributions will be requested from parents.|
Teaching, Learning and Curriculum policies and guidance
|Medical Policy||Statement of guidance and directives for Education and Nursing staff so that all pupils can access a broad, balanced and enriching curriculum.|
|Healthy Eating Policy||Reflects the Academy Trust’s commitment to developing a positive healthy eating culture for the Trust community.|
|Behaviour Policy||Policy with regard to supporting pupils to develop positive behaviour.|
|E-Safety Policy||Responsible and safe use of IT resources.|
|Promoting 'fundamental British values'||Statement of the strategies used to promote the values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs at Joseph Clarke School.|
|Looked After Children Policy||
Statement of the Trust's approach to supporting the educational achievement of Looked After Children.