Safeguarding & Policies

The well-being of all of our pupils is our first and foremost concern. The term safeguarding covers a range of functions that are designed to look after our pupils, from anti-bullying and e-safety through to child protection.


The school has a set of policies in line with the statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education and these are available in PDF format below:

Anti Bullying Policy

Anti Bullying Booklet

Behaviour, Rewards and Sanctions Policy 

Online Safety Policy

Mobile Device Policy

Safeguarding Policy


All staff and volunteers who work within the school and meet the “regulated activities” criteria (Freedoms Act 2012) undergo enhanced DBS checks.  Staff receive appropriate safeguarding training on an annual basis. The Governors have oversight of safeguarding and ensure that there is a named Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding within the school. If you have any concerns about safeguarding you should contact the Headmaster or any of the Heads of Schools, all of whom are trained to handle such matters.


A range of other policies are available to view below. Please note the number of formal complaints received in the last academic year is noted in the Complaints Procedure:

Admissions Policy 

Aims and Ethos Policy

Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Abuse Policy

Closure of the School due to adverse weather conditions

Complaints Procedure

Computer Access PolicyCookie Policy

Curriculum Policy

EAL Policy

Educational Trips and Visits Policy

Fire Safety Policy

Health & First Aid Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Privacy Notice

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development of Pupils Policy

SEND Policy

Staff Discipline & Grievance Policy

Staff Recruitment Selection & Disclosures Policy