|Accessibility Plan||This statement outlines how we to provide the best education for every child within our care.|
|Adult Volunteer Policy||This policy sets out our school’s policy, which is to ensure that the children benefit from as much help and support as possible, and are provided at the same time with the best possible security.|
|Anti-bullying Policy||This document explains how our anti-bullying policy plays an important role in our commitment in providing a safe, positive, valuing and inclusive environment for pupils, staff and parents/carers. We also have the Anti-bullying Parent Leaflet .|
Fixed Penalty Notices
|This policy outlines what is expected of children with regards to their attendance. Children are only given authorised absence in exceptional circumstances. Click HERE if you would like to request absence for your child. Click HERE for information about Fixed Penalty Notices.|
|Calculation Policy||This policy gives parents guidance on which methods they should be using with their children at home when doing Maths with their children. The Policy is a guide from Reception to Year 6 in the four basic areas of Maths (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division). If you are unsure in any methods please contact your child's class teacher for greater guidance.|
|Charging Policy||This policy outlines what activities (within the National Curriculum) are charged for.|
|Child Protection Policy||This policy informs staff, parents, volunteers and governors about the school's responsibilities for safeguarding children. It enables everyone to have a clear understanding of how these responsibilities should be carried out.
Click HERE for the latest Department for Education statutory guidance for schools - Keeping Children Safe in Education.
|Communications Policy||This policy outlines how we strive for clear and effective communications with parents and the wider community.|
|Complaints Policy||This policy outlines our complaints procedure.|
|Equality Information and Objectives Policy||This policy outlines the aims and objectives in providing equal opportunities to staff and pupils.|
|Health and Safety Policy||This policy outlines our responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act and other health and safety legislation.|
|Home-School Agreement Policy||This agreement/policy outlines the responsibilities we have as a school and you have as a parent.|
|Medicine Policy||This policy ensures safe and clear administration of medicines.|
|Positive Behaviour Management Policy||This policy outlines the Golden Rules and how these are used to encourage positive behaviour.|
|Online Safety Policy||This policy outlines our Online Safety Policy.|
|Privacy Notice||Statutory notice about information kept at school about your child and how it is used.
Subject Access Requests: The school office may be closed outside of term time. Any requests made during holidays may not be completed by our staff until the school reopens. This includes Subject Access Requests (SAR) under GDPR and Freedom of Information Requests. Due to the complexities of replying to such requests during the school holidays, we may need up to 2 months, although we will endeavour to complete more quickly, and usually within the standard 30 days once we are satisfied with your identity and the school is open. If we need longer than this during term time, we will inform you.
See www.ico.uk for clarification of this information.
|Public Sector Equality Information and Objectives||This document outlines the aims of the public sector equality duty.|
|Relationships, Sex and Health Education Policy||This policy outlines how relationship, sex and health education is taught at the school.|
|SEN (Special Educational Needs) Policy||This policy explains how Garden Fields School is implementing the SEN Code of Practice 2002 and takes fully into account the SEN and Disability Act 2001.|
|Virtual Learning Policy||This policy details our approach to remote learning.
Click HERE for our GFS Remote Learning Provision
|Whistle blowing Procedure for Schools||This policy aims to support the reporting of illegal or improper conduct or concerns about safeguarding children.|