Policies & Procedures

Policies and Procedures:

Safeguarding Framework & Child Protection Policy Sept 2021.docx

Remote Learning (info for parents) Autumn 2021

Remote Learning Pupil Acceptable Use Agreement 2021

Volunteer Policy + Appendix 1 + Appendix 2

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.

Behaviour Policy Summer 2021.docx

Positive Handling & Use of Force Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy

Prevent Policy  Preventing radicalisation and promoting community cohesion

Curriculum Policy Spring 2021.docx (1)

SEND POLICY 2021.docx
Information on our Special Educational Needs and Disability policy.

Pupil Premium Statement Strategy 2021-22

Sports Premium 2020-21

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

Equalities and Cohesion Policy

Attendance Policy 2021

Road Safety Policy Spring 2021.docxThis Road Safety Policy is part of the school’s travel plan which encompasses a range of initiatives to encourage families to walk, cycle or scooter, for at least part of the journey, to or from school.

PSHE

We have rewritten our school PSHE policy in line with the new statutory guidance for RSE in primary schools from Summer 2021. Please read our PSHE policy 2021 and the RSE primary schools guide for parents. Comments from our consultation have been uploaded here.

Comments for Consultation from Parents, Governors, Staff and the Wider Community 

Thank you for pulling all of this together and making the content and how it fits into the school ethos so clear. It encourages parents to talk with you at a policy level and/or as an individual. I particularly like how it is clear the concepts are addressed at the child’s level, building up their independence and still knowing where to seek help. I also hope parents will discuss it with their families and friends as now it is clear what is covered. ( For those not familiar I would just put LotC in full in first paragraph). Kind regards
A really good document, well explained, clear and sensible.
Thank you for sending out the [information] about the PSHE curriculum.
It was interesting to read about the elements that the children are to be taught throughout the school. As some of the areas taught could be quite sensitive and lead to further questions at home, will there be a way of knowing exactly what is being taught so that we are ready to follow up? Could the class teacher contact the class rep so that’s WhatsApp could be sent out to forewarn parents?
One thing about remote learning which was positive is that we knew the specifics of what our son was learning and while I hope we never have to go through that again, I do wonder how LCS can support parents to understand more about the specifics of the curriculum rather than referring to the general points in the National Curriculum. Best wishes,
RESPONSE – You are absolutely right that some areas are sensitive and will no doubt lead to questions at home where they feel safe to do so. Class teachers will communicate with you when they are teaching aspects of the RSE curriculum that is sensitive. This will come through ParentMail to all parents so that we know everyone has received the same message. We will aim to communicate with parents as much as possible about questions and topics that arise in school, topics that we are due to teach, when that will be and any further information we feel pertinent to that class.
Just want to say that your PSHE curriculum is brilliant. It’s everything I would want my child to be taught in school. At times we have worried that LC School self censors due to conservative religious pressure, particularly from [a particular church]. It’s heartening to know that our children are getting a comprehensive education about the world around them, despite living in a bit of a bubble. [Our son] is already pretty well informed about health, sex, same sex relationships and definitions around transgender and pronouns, but as an only child, I think it’s great he can engage in discussion about it with his peers. Bravo

Useful Links

Sex and Relationship Education (SRE): Recommended books to generate discussion between parent and child and support the SRE curriculum in school…

Infomation on the development of the School’s Outdoor Learning areas Outdoor_Learning