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Policy

Adoption Date           

Accessibility Statement and Action Plan 2016

Our Inclusion Vision is for every pupil in our school to achieve the most successful individual outcomes, educationally, socially, in their personal life, and within their local community, and for their unique needs to be recognised and met as early as possible. Our Accessibility Plan intends to achieve this vision by empowering these children and young people to achieve all that they can.

September 2016

Admissions Policy 2017 May 2016
Admissions Policy Post-16 2017 December 2015
Admissions Policy 2018 January 2017
Admissions Policy Post-16 2018 Janaury 2017
Admissions Appeals - Procedure January 2017
Admissions Appeals - Application Form January 2017

Behaviour - Governors' Statement of Principles

The purpose of this statement is to give guidance to the Headteacher in drawing up the behaviour and discipline policy by stating the principles which governors expect to be followed. The policy aims to underpin the governors’ duty of care to pupils and employees; promote teaching and learning and high standards of attainment and preserve the reputation of the school.

July 2016

Behaviour for Learning Policy

The Governing Body of Matravers School believes that high standards of pupil behaviour and good discipline support the aims of the School, safeguard the rights of pupils and are an essential pre-requisite for effective teaching and learning.

July 2016

Charging and Remissions Policy

January 2015

Complaints Procedure

Matravers School is dedicated to providing the best possible education and support for all its pupils. This means having a clear, fair, and efficient procedure for dealing with any complaints to or against the school, so that any issues that arise can be dealt with as swiftly and effectively as possible.

July 2016

Child Protection Policy

Matravers School staff are advised to maintain an attitude of ‘it could happen here’ as far as safeguarding is concerned. When concerned about the welfare of a child, staff members should always act in the interest of the child.

Schools do not operate in isolation. Safeguarding is the responsibility of all adults and especially those working or volunteering with children. Matravers School aims to help protect the children in its care by working consistently and appropriately with all agencies to reduce risk and promote the welfare of children. All professionals work within the same safeguarding procedures.

October 2016

SEN Report September 2016
Special Educational Needs Policy May 2017