Castlemorton CE Primary School Policies
Here are a selection of our school policies. We have added the most significant school policies which we hope you will find useful. Please double click to open each policy.
Policies are updated after a review by staff and governors. Parents Forum regularly provides input that influences the policies and practices within school.
Accessibility Plan 2019.doc
administering medicines policy 2017and Agreement for school to administer prescribed medication
ADMISSIONS POLICY 2019-20
ADMISSIONS POLICY 2020-2021
Anti-Bullying Policy – Castlemorton CE Primary School 2017
Assessment and reporting policy 2019.docx
Attendance Policy 2019.docx
DoWMAT Bereavement Policy May2020
Charging and Remissions Policy 2019.doc
Collective Worship 2019 20
Community Cohesion policy 2019.doc
Confidentiality policy 2019.doc
Data Protection Policy 2019.docx
E- Safety and Acceptable Use 2019.doc
Early Years Foundation Stage Policy 2019.docx
Educational Visits Policy (DoWMAT).doc
Equal Opportunities Policy 2019.doc
Feedback and Marking Policy 2019 20.docx
Health and Safety (DoWMAT) 2018.doc
Health and Safety Policy 2019
Lettings Policy 2019
Positive Physical Intervention Policy 2019
Policy and Procedure for responding to non curricular complaints final
Public sector equality plan – Equality Policy 2019-2022.doc
Safeguarding Policy Sept 2019
SEND Policy Castlemorton CE Primary 2019
Staff behaviour policy 2018.doc
E safety Procedures
E-safety is about how we use the internet in school and also about teaching children safe practices to use at home and elsewhere.
We ask parents to sign a consent form at the start of the school year to allow their children to use the Internet in school. This allows them to access a wealth of resources to help with their learning and to develop vital IT skills.
We minimise the risks associated with use of the Internet, e-mail and other communications technologies in a number of ways. We use Worcestershire County Council’s site blacklisting and filtering services which block undesirable sites including those that feature social media, messaging and blogging. We monitor and receive reports on all use of the Internet in school including terms typed into web pages and search engines. We also teach children how to use the Internet responsibly and safely, and what to do if they inadvertently come across inappropriate content.
You can read more about the protection measures we have in place in our E- Safety and Acceptable Use 2019.doc policy
E-safety is something that every parent should consider. Please follow the links below for more information.
Parents Guide to Internet Safety
Google’s site BeInternetLegends is also a useful place to find information.
UK Safer internet Centre is set up each year to promote safe and responsible internet use. More information is available on their website.
Follow the link below for information.
Safer Internet Day