Bourne Avenue, Ranton, Stafford,
Staffordshire. ST18 9JU

Telephone: 01785 282228

office@allsaints-ranton.staffs.sch.uk

Policies

Policies (54)

Promoting positive attitudes and excellent attendance is the responsibility of the whole school community.

The school will promote positive attitudes and good attendance through its use of curriculum and learning materials. Good attendance and behaviour by pupils will be recognised appropriately. All children should be at school, on time, every day the school is open, unless the reason for the absence is unavoidable.

As we are legally responsible for the monitoring of all absences we would ask for your co-operation in informing us of reasons for non-attendance. A telephone call is probably the easiest way of achieving this.

For more information about attendance and absences, please refer to our:-

 pdf download Attendance Policy

Parents are respectfully reminded that they are under a legal duty to send their children to school regularly.

pdf download Statement on non-sickness related term time absence requests

All children are encouraged, and expected, to treat people with respect. Bullying is not permitted.

‘In accordance with the latest directive from the government (i.e. Section 550A), all staff, teaching and non teaching, as authorised by the Headteacher, may, on rare occasions, need to use reasonable force to restrain a pupil who may cause injury to themselves, others or property – or who is compromising good order and discipline in a classroom or elsewhere.

Parents will always be informed when their child has been involved in such an incident.’

If a child’s behaviour gives serious cause for concern, parents will be invited to discuss the problem with the Headteacher, in order to assess both causes and solutions.

 

pdf download Behaviour, Rewards & Sanctions Policy

pdf download Coping with a Crisis Policy (Not Currently Available)

Starting school is a very important step in a young child’s life and we endeavour to forge a strong partnership with parents to make the transition a happy and exciting experience for all. Children develop at different rates and we consider all aspects of their development to be of equal importance. We organise, plan and structure the learning opportunities so that each child experiences an appropriate curriculum based on the early learning goals which addressees his or her needs. We aim to do this in a safe and secure learning environment, where we can monitor progress and encourage positive attitudes and values.

In line with Government regulations, all children are continually assessed during their foundation year and relevant information is given to parents at parent interviews and used to plan appropriate learning experiences.

pdf downloadEarly Years Policy

pdf download Freedom of Information Policy (Not Currently Available)

pdf download Managing Attendance At Work Policy (Not Currently Available)

Pupils who are unwell should not be sent to school. However, the staff will administer medicines to those children who: •Have a chronic illness or allergy •Are completing a course of prescribed medicines which requires administering four times a day

Inhalers brought into school should be clearly marked with the child’s name. These are kept in the first aid cupboard and the child(ren) informed that they can be used whenever needed. Parents must complete an authorisation form. These can be obtained from the office.

All medicine should be handed into school in a one dose syringe or packet. We cannot administer from a bottle.

See who our current school first aiders are

 

pdf download Medication / Supporting Children with Medical Conditions Policy

pdf download Performance Management Policy (Not Currently Available)

pdf download PREVENT Strategy Statement (Not Currently Available)

pdf download Professional Development Policy (Not Currently Available)

All children are encouraged, and expected, to treat people with respect. Bullying is not permitted.

‘In accordance with the latest directive from the government (i.e. Section 550A), all staff, teaching and non teaching, as authorised by the Headteacher, may, on rare occasions, need to use reasonable force to restrain a pupil who may cause injury to themselves, others or property – or who is compromising good order and discipline in a classroom or elsewhere.

Parents will always be informed when their child has been involved in such an incident.’

If a child’s behaviour gives serious cause for concern, parents will be invited to discuss the problem with the Headteacher, in order to assess both causes and solutions.

Safeguarding at All Saints

At All Saints CE Primary School, safeguarding is given the highest importance; our first and foremost priority is to provide a safe, nurturing environment where our children can flourish. We advocate high expectations and work positively with families to ensure the best outcomes for all, especially the children.

At All Saints, it is everyone’s responsibility to keep children safe and create a culture of vigilance. The Safeguarding Team below make sure that everyone has someone to go to if they see or hear anything that concerns them.

DSL – Miss Charlotte Ashton

Deputy DSL – Mrs Kathy Cheers

Deputy DSL – Mrs Sarah Shaw

Should you wish to speak to anyone about safeguarding at All Saints, you can email any concerns to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. call us on 01785 282228 or come and drop into school - our door is always open.

Safeguarding Out of School

If you are concerned for the safety of a child or young person or see something in the community please report it to the Staffordshire Safeguarding Team on 0300 111 8007- anyone can make a referral.

 

You can also phone 101 to report any concerns.

 

Remember we all have a care of duty.

 

pdf download Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy

pdf download Low Level Safeguarding Concerns Policy

pdf download Suspension and Exclusion Policy


pdf download Keeping Children Safe in Education

pdf download Safer Recruitment Policy

pdf download Code of Conduct

pdf download Child Missing in Education Policy

pdf download  Child-friendly Safeguarding Policy

pdf download  Whistleblowing Policy

 

CEOP helps any child or young person under the age of 18 who is being pressured, forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity of any kind. This can be something that has taken place either online or in ‘the real world’, or both. The CEOP Safety Centre has clear information and advice on what can be reported to CEOP, the reporting process and what will happen if you do decide to make a report. You can visit the CEOP Safety Centre and make a report directly to CEOP by clicking the Click CEOP button.

If you are experiencing online bullying or something else online has worried you please speak to an adult you trust, or you can talk to Childline at any time on 0800 1111 or at www.childline.org.uk.

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pdf download Sandpit Policy (Not Currently Available)

 

 

"We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming, stimulating and challenging environment in which all the children develop a love of learning and strive to reach their full potential within a Christian caring community where individuals are respected and valued."

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