Warwickshire Local Authority is the responsible of admissions in community schools such as Clinton. Here is further information.
(TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE BEHAVIOUR POLICY)
The aim of the anti-bullying policy is to ensure that pupils learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without fear of being bullied, and that staff are free from fear of bullying by pupils.
Attendance at school is vital for academic and social success. This policy explains how we hope that parents will work with us to maximise children’s potential through excellent attendance.
At Clinton Primary School, a consistent policy for acceptable behaviour is important, so that children have a framework within which they can develop and learn, in a secure environment. The policy is designed to be clear to children, staff, parents and governors, and to encourage a collective commitment to establishing and maintaining good behaviour in the school.
It is crucial that children learn to calculate through a consistent step by step approach. This policy is extremely clear and useful for school staff and parents to use to ensure children become confident with their calculation methods.
The purpose of the policy is to ensure that there is clarity over those items which the school will provide free of charge and for those items where there may be a charge.
The governors and staff of Clinton Primary School fully recognise the contribution it makes to safeguarding children. We recognise that all staff, including volunteers, have a full and active part to play in protecting our pupils from harm.
Each day there is an act of collective worship. This policy explains the legal implications for collective worship and how we work within those.
We are very keen to work with parents to make our school the best it can be. If you have any feedback you want to give or wish to raise any concerns, please do speak to class teachers at the first opportunity. If you feel your concerns are not being addressed appropriately then please speak to the Headteacher or another member of the leadership team. This procedure provides guidelines if you wish to make a formal complaint.
Clinton Primary School is committed to protecting and respecting the confidentiality of sensitive information relating to staff, pupils, parents and governors.
Keeping children safe in the digital world
We recognise the value of inspirational educational visits and work to embed them into children’s learning journeys.
This policy provides information about how we enable children to develop their Reading, Writing and ‘Speaking and Listening skills’. It also provides information about our reading scheme.
We adhere to the Warwickshire County Council’s First Aid Policy
Please see our publication scheme.
We want children to gain a real enthusiasm for the world and the cultural diversity it offers. This policy builds on our Single Equality Scheme to ensure we teach children what it means to be a citizen of the world.
Clinton uses the County Council’s health and safety policy as the first part of the school health and safety policy. These school health and safety policy arrangements supplement the WCC health and safety policy and relate to local procedures and relevant documents in place that are used in the management of health and safety within the school.
We adhere to Warwickshire County Council’s Health and Safety policy. This document explains arrangements specific to Clinton.
Please see our publication scheme.
We acknowledge that children in care are often vulnerable and need to be carefully catered for in order that they can reach their potential.
Enabling children to calculate, reason with number, understand the mathematical world around them is an important aim at Clinton. This policy describes how maths teaching happens in the school.
This school understands that it has a responsibility to make the school welcoming and supportive to pupils with medical conditions who currently attend and to those who may enrol in the future. We aim to provide all children with all medical conditions the same opportunities as others at school.
Effective relationships and sex education is key in supporting young people through their physical, emotional and moral development, enabling them to make informed life choices confidently, and furthering their respect for themselves and others as they move through life. This requires a school wide approach, growing children’s knowledge, skills and attitudes from reception through to year 6. This policy outlines Clinton’s approach.
All pupils at Clinton Primary School use computer facilities, including Internet access, as an essential part of learning, as required by the National Curriculum.
Educational inclusion in Clinton means removing barriers and building bridges to learning across the curriculum and in the whole range of learning, play and leisure activities to increase participation for all.
Our vision has at its heart a sense of togetherness with appreciation of diversity inherent in that. We aim to inspire all children to reach their potential within a community built upon strong relationships. We are committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for all pupils, staff, parents and carers receiving services from the school, irrespective of race, gender, disability, faith, religion or socio-economic background.
This is the plan created to ensure we meet and exceed our equalities duties. As the plan is for three years, adaptations are made to ensure the right priorities are being met. More information is available via Sam Pater.
This policy applies to all staff and volunteers and outlines behaviours that are conducive to a safe environment and culture.
The purpose of this policy is to share how our context, vision, aims and values underpin and drive learning at Clinton Primary School and how we work to strive for the best outcomes for every child.
Volunteers play an important role in providing children at Clinton with the wide range of opportunities there for them. This policy supports their work in school and sets down guidelines. See our Volunteer Page for full details about becoming a school helper.
This is the Warwickshire County Council Whisteblowing Policy, for use if anyone needs to make an allegation about a member of staff.