Key School Policies
Some of our most important school policies can be downloaded from the links below including the Learning Partnership Whistleblowing Policy.
Behaviour and Exclusion Policy 2019
Charging and Remissions Policy
The governors of Wilbury Junior School wish to ensure that all children have access to all areas of the life of the school, regardless of the parents’/carers’ ability to pay. This policy explains those school activities for which their may be a charge and the circumstances in which it may be possible to waive or reduce those charges for particular parents/carers.
Charging and Remissions Policy
Child Protection Policy
At Wilbury Junior School we aim to maintain an environment where children feel secure, are encouraged to talk, and are listened to when they have a worry or concern. This will also be an environment where school staff and volunteers feel safe, are encouraged to talk and are listened to when they have concerns about the safety and well being of a child.
Comments and Complaints: Information for Parents/Carers
We care about what you think. Each day this school makes many decisions and tries hard to do the best for all the children. Your comments - either positive or negative - are helpful for future planning. You may want to talk to us about a particular aspect of this school, though not actually make a complaint - you just want to get something ‘off your chest’. If you are dissatisfied about the way your child is being treated, or any actions or lack of action by us, please feel able to contact us using the details in the policy below.
Complaints forms can be found via the following link:
Data Protection Policy
For any queries regarding data protection, including subject access requests (SAR) under section 7 of the Data Protection Act 2018, please contact the schools Data Protection Lead at email@example.com. Alternatively out of term time please the Trust Data Protection Officer at email DPO@agoralearning.co.uk.
This policy sets out how the school will keep safe its staff and pupils whilst they are working and learning on-line and how it will secure their personal data.
Procedure For Dealing With Allegations Of Abuse Against Teachers And Other Staff
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Policy
At Wilbury School, every teacher is a teacher of children with special educational needs and disabilities. Our school values all children and believes that every child can achieve. The governors and staff ensure that every child admitted to Wilbury will have the best possible education to enable him/her to meet his/her full potential. Teachers have high expectations for all pupils, in every curriculum area, and should accentuate the positive in behaviour, work and attitude. Learning activities should be planned to enable all pupils to progress and for all to experience success.
Our school SEN Information Report forms part of the Hertfordshire SEND local offer. We understand that the following report covers a wide range of needs and we would be more than happy to discuss your child’s individual needs in more depth.
Sex and Relationship Education PolicyTo provide a broad sex and relationships programme, within a supportive learning environment where pupils can develop knowledge, attitudes, skills and understanding appropriate to the age and stage of development.
Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions
The policy on supporting children with medical conditions describes the essential criteria for how Wilbury will meet the needs of children and young people with long-term conditions. It is in line with DfE statutory guidance on Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions (2014) for governing bodies of maintained schools and proprietors of academies in England.