Policies

Charging Policy

Without our financial support, the school would find it impossible to maintain the quality and breadth of educational experiences provided for our pupils.

 

Equality Policy

The school is committed to equality principles, and will work consistently to ensure that all pupils and staff are encouraged to achieve their full potential.

 

Governors' Statement on the Principles of Behaviour

This document outlines the Governors’ principles that informs the school’s behaviour policy.

 

 

Accessibility plan

Here at Flixton Infant School we value the individuality of all our pupils. We are committed to giving all of our pupils every opportunity to achieve the highest standards possible.

 

Compliance with the Equality Duty Report – June 2014

This document details our objectives and aims and the progress we have made throughout 2014 and how this complies with the equality duty.

 

Freedom Of Information Scheme

Here at Flixton Infant School we value the individuality of all our pupils. We are committed to giving all of our pupils every opportunity to achieve the highest standards possible.

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy

This policy details the arrangements that we have in place to support pupils with medical conditions.

 

 

Health and Safety Policy

This policy details the arrangements for Health and Safety at Flixton Infant school and is based on Trafford's model policy.

 

 

 Behaviour and Anti-bullying Policy

Flixton Infant School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of pupils, staff and volunteers. Harmful behaviour such as bullying will not be tolerated.

Medicine Policy 2016

This is our policy on the administration of medicines during the school day. The policy includes an application form for the administration of medicines at the back of the document.

 

Sex and Relationships Education Policy

This policy outlines how we teach children about appropriate and healthy relationships with others.

 

Early Years Foundation Stage Policy

This is our policy for education in the Early Years Foundation stage (EYFS).

 

 

Special Educational Needs Policy

This school provides a broad and balanced curriculum for our pupils. The National Curriculum is our starting point for planning that meets the specific needs of our children.

Safeguarding Policies

Complaints Procedure