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Social and Behaviour Policy – Colne Engaine

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Equality Policy – Colne Engaine

Equality Objectives – Colne Engaine

Summary of our School Development and Improvement Plan – 2020/21

Vine School Trust Policies adopted by Colne Engaine

Academy Improvement Policy

Admissions Policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy – VST

Behaviour Policy Addendum (Summer Term 2020)

Bereavement Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

Child Protection Policy Appendix September 2020

Child Protection Policy September 2020

Complaints Procedure Policy

Critical Incident (Coronavirus) Policy

Data Protection Policy

Definition of Disability under the Equality Act 2010 Guidance

Educational Visits Policy

Equality and Diversity Policy

E-Safety Policy

Exclusion Policy

Freedom of Information Publication Scheme

Health & Safety Policy

Lockdown Procedure Guidance

Nolan Principles

Online Safety Policy

Preventing and Tackling Bullying Policy

Relationship, Health & Sex Education Policy

Remote Learning Policy

Safeguarding Adults 

Social Media Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

Worship Policy

Annual Report 2019

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2017

Colne Engaine SIAMS Report final

Ofsted Report June 2017

School Performance Tables

School Self-Evaluation

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Our children’s safety is of the utmost importance to us and we work hard to keep them safe.

All of our staff receive regular safeguarding training. We have trained Designated Safeguard Leads (DSL) in school;

Julie Sarti is the DSL

Ellena Mortimer is the Deputy DSL

Alison McKeown is the Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding.

We encourage anyone with a safeguarding concern to contact one of our safeguarding team.

If you have any safeguarding issues but would prefer not to speak to school staff please contact  Mr Godfrey Evans (Chair of Governors) via the school office.

If we have reasonable cause for concern that a child maybe at risk of significant harm, we will refer to social care. This referral can be made with or without us informing parents.

For further information please read our Child Protection policy, which is available in our Information Hub under the tab ‘Policies’ –  or contact one of our safeguarding team.

Some quick tips for keeping your children safe on-line:

You are the responsible adult. You pay the bill. You own the phone. Therefore, you have the right and responsibility to be a good watchdog.

  • Learn how to check up on your child.
  • Privacy covers things like going to the bathroom, not ignoring all of their tech communication.
  • Limit access to mobile phones and tablet devices e.g. not in your bedroom or not after 8pm.
  • There are Apps available that allow you to limit access to certain times e.g. OurPact, Screen Time Parental Control.
  • Keep a note of your child’s password to social media accounts so that you can monitor activity.
  • Be curious, know where they are going and where they have been online. Advise children not to respond to abusive or obscene postings whether this is online, text messages or video messages. You can report incidents of abusive emails and inappropriate sites to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Your mobile service provider should have a number that you can ring to report abusive messaging. Try their websites for details.
  • Ask your children to teach you how to use what they are using.

At the heart of the work of every primary school class is a continuous cycle of planning, teaching and assessment which takes account of the wide range of abilities, aptitudes and interests of the children. The majority of children will learn and progress within these arrangements. Those children whose overall attainments and achievement in specific subjects fall significantly outside the expected range may have Special Educational Needs (SEN).

For children who have a specific learning difficulty or a disability, our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) policy outlines the educational support we provide.

If a teacher notices a pupil experiencing difficulties with their learning they will seek guidance from the school Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENDCo).

Our SENDCo is Julie Sarti.

Advice will be given, which may include alternate strategies to support the pupils learning. Both class teacher and SENDCo will hold a meeting with parents to discuss next steps which could include:

Advise parents to make an appointment to see the GP
Referral to the Speech and Language Therapist service
Referral to the Specialist Teacher Team
Referral to Educational Psychologist service
Referral to EWMHS (Emotional Welfare and Mental Health Services)
When a child is placed on the Special Educational Needs register, consultation with parents will continue through:

Parent consultation day.
One Plan meetings at least twice a year, working alongside pupils, parents and sometimes specialist agencies to set specific targets that work towards achieving a long-term goal.
For pupils with a Statement/ Education Health Care plan (EHC Plan) Annual Review meetings.

SEND Policy

SEND Report

SEND Report for Parents and Carers

Equality Policy and Accessibility Plan

Policy for Inclusion and Equal Opportunities in Learning

Supporting Children’s Mental Health

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What Parents Need to Know About Minecraft

How to Maintain Good Mental Wellbeing During Isolation

10 Top Tips for Remote Learning for Parents

From Online Gaming to Online Gambling

Online Safety Tips for Children

What Parents Need to Know About Screen Addiction

What Parents Need to Know About TikTok

8 Things Parents Need to Know About YouTube Kids

Main Overarching Privacy Notice CEPS

Privacy Notice Curriculum and Pastoral Care CEPS

Privacy Notice Governors CEPS

Privacy Notice Managing Employment CEPS

Privacy Notice Online Payments CEPS

Privacy Notice Volunteers CEPS