Key Information – including keeping children safe
Our Vision and Values at Long Crendon School – Our page with information about our ethos and values.
Covid-19 Important documents for parents:
16.3.21 Home learning during self-isolation .docx What to do if your child has to self-isolate & our remote learning offer post lock-down Spring 2021
Providing_remote_education_information_for website 24.1.21 What our school offered over lock-down Spring 2021
Safeguarding Child Protection Policy 2020-21 .docx (1)Keeping our children safe at school.
LCS Safeguarding Policy Annex1 Jan2021. Keeping our children safe onsite in Key Worker Childcare provision and at home when remote learning.
Spring Term Risk Assessment Covid-19 Our most up to date whole-school risk assessment for the Spring term 2021
Key policies and documents:
Behaviour Policy Summer 2021.docx – The school’s approach to managing behaviour
Pupil Premium 2020-21.docx (2) – Pupil Premium information
Charging and remissions policy 31.1.21
We want all children at Long Crendon to have equality of opportunity. This Charging and Remissions Policy describes how we will do our best to ensure a good range of visits and activities is offered and, at the same time, try to minimise the financial barriers which may prevent some pupils taking full advantage of the opportunities.
Complaints Policy 2021.docx
Please have a look at our procedure for complaints to the school.
Home school Agreement
When every child joins our school we ask that the parents and children have an understanding of what their rights and responsibilities are. Once parents have read this, with their child, we ask that they sign it. All members of staff sign a copy as well when they join our school.
SEN Policy and Information
Information on our Special Educational Needs and Disability policy.
Local offer 2020 / 2021
Outlining our provision for Special Educational Needs
Equalities statement & objectives 2020
The school’s approach to ensuring equality and diversity.
The school’s policy for attendance.
Additional funding for sports activity
Use of your child’s personal data
Access plan 2017-2018
The school’s approach to physical, curriculum and information access.
How we teach the curriculum and what skills the children will learn across the school.
Information about our school and our performance including our most recent OFSTED report
This link will lead you to our schools financial benchmarking service in order to see the schools finance data broken down. NB There are no employees in the school who earn £100,000 or more.