Please click here to view all One Excellence Policies by which we work to at St. Michael’s C of E Primary School. The Trust policies include many of the statutory policies.
Please see below a list of some St. Michael’s C of E Primary School level policies:
Accessibility Policy and Plan 2022 – 25
Admission Policy 2024
Admission Policy 2025 – Consultation
Anti Bullying Policy
Behaviour and Positive Relationships Policy
Charging Remissions Policy
Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy
Collective Worship Policy
Data Protection Policy
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Equality Objectives – Please also see our SEND and Equalities Page here
Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation Policy
Packed Lunch Policy
Pupil Premium Policy
Supporting Children with Medical Needs
Intimate Care Policy
Keeping Children Safe In Education
Whilst our complaints procedures are agreed at Trust level, and are consistent across all off our schools, the policy is rooted in school level contact and support at the earliest stages of a complaint or concern. The aim of this policy is to ensure that a concern or complaint by a parent/carer or member of the public is managed sympathetically, efficiently, at the appropriate level and resolved as soon as possible. Most concerns, where a parent/carer seeks intervention, reconsideration or some other action to be taken, can be resolved informally. As such, parents/carers should raise the concern initially with the Class Teacher, Assistant Headteacher and Headteacher in the first instance as a ‘stage 1’ complaint. Should the complaint not be resolved, then the complaint progresses to ‘stage 2’, with greater involvement of the Trust. The full complaints policy and processes can be found on One Excellence policy page, here.
Managing Serial Complaints
Data Protection – GDPR
St. Michael’s C of E Primary School collects and uses pupil information under the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Education Act 1996 which are lawful basis for collecting and using pupil information for general purposes (and from Article 6 and Article 9 where data processed is special category data from the General Data Protection Regulation from 25 May 2018).
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