Church of England School of the Resurrection

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Policies

 

 

Please click here for our Admission Policy 2019-2020

Please click here for our Child Protection 2019-2020

Please click here for our Uniform Policy 2019

Please click here for our Behaviour Policy 2019

Please click here for our Complaints Procedure

Please click here for our Management of Aggressive Adults Policy

Please click here for our Confidentiality Policy

Please click here for our E Safety Policy

Please click here for our Charging Policy 2019

Please click here for our Anti-Bullying Policy 2018

 

Please click here for our Equality Policy

Please click here for our Handbook for Visitors and Students

Please click here for our Home School Agreement

Please click here for our acceptable use ICT agreement for primary school children 

Please click here for our acceptable use ICT agreement for parents

Please click here for our leaflet on free online training for parents

Please click here for our Policy for the staff and volunteers when children are family members

Please click here for the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage document

Please click here for the SEND Policy

Please click here for our Draft Data Protection Policy

Please click here for our Accessibility Plan

Please click here to read the document Valuing All God's Children

Please click here for our Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy

Please click here to  view our Artsmark Statement of Commitment 2018

Please click here to view our Staff Fair Processing Policy

Please click here to view our Privacy Notice for pupils and parents

Please click here to view our Applicant Fair Processing Notice

GOVERNMENT LEGALISATION FOR HOLIDAYS IN TERM TIME.

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced some important changes to the legislation surrounding holidays in term time.  The change in legislation has been introduced to reduce the high levels of absence that occur as a result of this. In the academic year 2011 to 2012, 9.7 % of all absences in England were due to parents taking their child on holiday during term time. Please ensure you read the changes outlined in this letter carefully as no further requests for holidays in term time will be granted.  

 

From the 1 September 2013, the new law does not give any entitlement to parents to take their child on holiday during term time. Any application for leave of absence during term time will only be considered by the headteacher if there are exceptional circumstances that warrant granting leave. All requests for leave of absence for exceptional circumstances must be made on  our Application for Leave of Absence during Term Time forms are available from the school office or can be downloaded on the school website by clicking on the blue writing above. The headteacher  will consider each individual case. Only the headteacher can determine the number of schools days a pupil can be absent from school if the leave of absence for exceptional circumstances is granted.  Parents can be fined by the Local Authority for taking their children on holiday during term time or for any other leave of absence without the consent of the headteacher.

I hope that all parents will support us on this matter by not taking your child out of school during term time and recognise that the new legislation will bring about increased attendance and improved attainment in our school. 

Further information can be found on the DfE website at : www.dfe.gov.uk