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school Policies

On this page you can find copies of all the key policies which Heywood Prep is required to publish. Parents are encouraged to familiarise themselves with, in particular, the Safeguarding Children Policy. 

General Policies & Documents:

PDF iconAdmissions Policy

PDF iconBehaviour, Rewards, Discipline and Exclusions Policy

PDF iconComplaints Procedure

PDF iconEducational Trips and Visits Policy

PDF iconEqual Opportunities Policy

PDF iconFire Policy

PDF iconFundamental British Values Statement

PDF iconRecruitment Policy

PDF iconSnow Policy

PDF iconQualifications of Staff

PDF iconSchool Accessibility Policy

Safeguarding Policies:

PDF iconAnti-bullying Policy

PDF iconChild Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy

PDF iconSafeguarding Policy

PDF iconFirst Aid Policy

PDF iconHealth and Safety Policy

PDF iconICT Including E-Safety Policy

PDF iconMissing Child Policy

PDF iconNut Policy

PDF iconRegistration and Collection Policy

PDF iconPupil Supervision Policy

Qualifications of Staff

PDF iconTaking, Using and Storing Images of Children Policies

PDF iconWhistleblowing Policy

 

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Specific Policies:

PDF iconEYFS Food and Drink Policy

PDF iconEYFS Managing Allergies and Infectious Diseases Policy

PDF iconEYFS Nappy Changing Policy

PDF iconEYFS Parental Involvement Policy

PDF iconEYFS Role of the Key Person Policy

PDF iconEYFS SEN Policy

PDF iconEYFS Staff Supervision Policy

 PDF iconEYFS Supervision of Children on Trips Policy

PDF iconEYFS Working in Partnership with Other Agencies Policy

 

Teaching and Learning Policies:

PDF iconCurriculum Policy

PDF iconEnglish Policy

PDF iconRE Policy

PDF iconEYFS Policy

PDF iconGifted, Able and Talented (GAT) Policy

PDF iconEnglish as an Additional Language Policy

PDF iconPersonal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) Policy

PDF iconSEND Policy

PDF iconSex and Relationships Education (SRE) Policy

 

 Parents may also request the following information by contacting the school office:

- Particulars of educational and welfare provision for pupils for whom English is an additional language.

- Details of the school's academic performance.

- The number of complaints registered under the formal complaints procedure during the last school year.

- Copies of any school policies.