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- Admissions Policy
- Admissions Policy 2 Year Old Nursery
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- British Values
- Charging and-Remission Policy
- EAL Policy
- Food Policy
- Gifted & Talented Policy
- Packed Lunch Policy
- Resolution of Concerns and Complaints Policy
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
- Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy
- Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions
- Teaching and Learning Policy
- ARM Attendance Policy
Personal development, behaviour and welfare
- Child Protection Policy
- Positive Behaviour Policy
- Behaviour Principles
- Child friendly anti-bullying policy
- Drugs policy
- SRE Policy
- Looked After Children Policy
- Educational Visits Policy
- Fairtrade Policy
- First Aid Policy
- Freedom of Information Policy
- Health and Safety Policy
- Internet Access Policy
- Medicine Administration Policy
- NQT Induction Policy
You can find our curriculum policies on the “Our Curriculum” page
At Allerton Church Of England Primary School, equal opportunities is the principle of ensuring all stakeholders in our school have equal chance to achieve, equal chance to participate, equal chance to fulfil their role in school and the wider community.
We understand equality to mean treating everyone with equal dignity and worth, valuing their particular characteristics such as their age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation and socio-economic circumstances. We further understand that people have different needs, situations and goals and therefore achieving equality requires the removal of discriminatory barriers that limit what people, especially children and young people, can do and can be.
Our Accessibility Policy outlines how we aim to make our school more accessible, whilst other policies and school improvement action plans have a statement regarding equal opportunities whenever this may be relevant and useful.
Our current main objectives are to:
- Increase the extent to which disabled pupils can participate in the school curriculum
- Improve access to the physical environment – all our site is accessible, and all new build conform to the most stringent accessibility plans.
- Improve communication between school and pupils, parents / carers