Why do we need policies?
For a school to offer high quality education and care, it needs policies. Policies help develop and define a set of consistent rules, regulations, procedures and protocols.
Parents need policies
Policies are also useful to parents. For example, a prospective parent might wish to view a school’s behaviour policy or special educational needs policy, before deciding whether to apply for their child to attend the school.
At Robinswood Primary Academy we believe policies are vitally important, and help us to create standards of quality for learning and safety, as well as expectations and accountability.
NB: Due to data protection of staff personal details we are unable to sign passport applications or similar.
Covid risk assessment September 21 – TRAT COVID Risk Assessment for Educational Settings Step 4 September 2021
Click on the appropriate policy to open it:
- TRAT – Robinswood Admissions Policy 2023
- TRAT Robinswood Admissions Policy 2021
- TRAT Robinswood Admissions Policy 2022
- Attendance Policy
- Pupil premium strategy 21-22
- Behaviour and Restorative Practice Policy
- Complaints Policy
- E-Safety Policy
- Ethnic Diversity Policy
- Freedom of Information Policy
- SEND Policy and Information Report 2021
- Public Sector Equality Duty
- Trust offer of Early Help Robinswood Jan 2021
- Code of Conduct for Community
- Early years foundation stage policy
- TikTok parent factsheet
- Tiktok online safety guide
- Keeping children safe in education Sep 2020
- TRAT Safeguarding Policy September 2021-2
- Annex to Child Protection Policy – Covid 19
- Anti bullying policy and hate incidents policies 2020
- KCSIE 2020 TRAT Safeguarding Policy September 2020
- Preschool intimate care and toileting policy December 2020
- PSHE Policy Updated December 2020
- Social Media Policy December 2020
- Behaviour and Restorative Practice Policy Jan 2021
- TRAT code of conduct for community 2020
- Charges and Remissions
- Data Protection Policy
- Whistleblowing Policy
- Health and Safety Policy 2020