The following policies can be viewed under Key Information/Policies:-
- Health and Safety
- Behaviour Policy
- Discipline Policy
- Pupil Wellbeing Policy
- Anti-bullying Policy
- Meeting the needs of children with medical conditions in school
- School Security
To further protect all children, all adults who work or volunteer within the school are subject to a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check. The school has a very comprehensive record of all adults and their DBS status and is continually monitoring this. If you wish to discuss any aspect of this, please see the Headteacher.
With regard to Child Protection, the School wishes to make the following clear:-
Greenfylde Church of England First School strives to educate all its pupils within an environment where the Christian traditions of learning, truth, justice, respect and community are promoted. Consequently the overall aim of this policy (Child Protection) is to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children in our care. In situations where child abuse is suspected, our paramount responsibility is to the child.
The School is committed to promoting the health and welfare of all pupils and if staff see signs that suggest that one of the pupils may have been the victim of abuse (or is at risk of abuse) they will follow the procedures laid down by the Area Child Protection Committee. NB: Such action in no way infers that any parent/carer or other individual is being accused of wrongdoing.
A full version of the School’s Child Protection Policy and any amendments reflecting safeguarding legislation is available.
Children Looked After
Children and young people become “Looked After” either if they have been taken into care by the local authority, or have been accommodated by the local authority (a voluntary care arrangement). Most Children in Care will be living with foster parents but a smaller number may be in children’s residential units, living with a relative or even be placed at home with their birth parents.
The governing body of Greenfylde School is committed to providing quality education for all its pupils, based on equality of access, opportunity and outcomes.
For Children in Care it is nationally recognised that there is considerable educational under-achievement when compared with their peers and this governing body is committed to implementing the principles and practice as outlined in all relevant legislation and guidance.
There is a policy on Children Looked After available in our Key Policies and Document Section or from the school on request.