Key Policies

Attendance Policy​
 
At Nanpean School, attendance is one of our highest priorities to ensure that all children get the most out of their education with us. We have a number of procedures and reward schemes in place to encourage and reward high attendance. We have worked closely with local cluster schools to develop a workable and effective Attendance Policy.​
Anti-Bullying Policy
 
At Nanpean School we do not tolerate bullying in any form. We have policies in place that we follow to ensure that any cases of bullying are dealt with properly. Please click on the link to read how we tackle this issue.
Behaviour and Discipline Policy
 
​At Nanpean the highest standards of behaviour are expected and encouraged so that our school can be an orderly calm place in which to learn. At all times the children are expected to be polite and to show consideration and respect for other peoples’ feelings, needs and property. In accordance with s89 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006, our Behaviour Policy clarifies our high expectations of behaviour and the rewards and consequences in place.

In a school, which aims to promote an atmosphere which values diversity and respect of difference, bullying cannot be tolerated and is taken very seriously by everyone at the school. We encourage the children to tell a member of the school staff if they have any concerns. It would also be helpful for you to speak to the class teacher first, then the headteacher if you have any concerns. It is important that children and the school work together for the benefit of the children.
Child Protection and Safeguarding
 
This policy develops procedures and good practice within our School, ensuring that each person within the school can demonstrate that there is an understanding of the duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people including those who are vulnerable. It provides evidence of how this will be implemented within our School and within multi-agency working arrangements.

Important information regarding Child Protection at Nanpean School:

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is: Carly Wicks

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Cover is: Michael Barritt

Our Designated Teacher for Children in Care is: Carly Wicks

Our Member of the Governing Body for safeguarding is: Kizzy Udy
​​Imaging Policy
 
This policy gives parents more information about the consents the school seeks when your child starts school and our policy for control measures and managing the use of images in school.

Please remember that it is your right to withdraw consent at any point. If you should withdraw consent, you must inform the school office in writing.
No Smoking Policy
 
Nanpean School is a no smoking site. This policy now extends to e-cigarettes, which are also not permitted to be used on our site at all.
Parental Responsibility
 
Written in line with current Legislation, this policy outlines who has Parental Responsibility for a child and what responsibilities this gives with regards to Nanpean School.
Privacy Notices/ Data Protection
 
​In line with the Data Protection Act 1998, we have a number of obligations and responsibilities as an organisation to pupils, parents and the Local Authority/ DfE. We are registered with the Information Commissioner's Officer to allow us to hold specific information about our pupils and their families. Please click here to go to the ICO website for more information on Data Protection, your rights and our responsibilities.
E-Safety Information, Social Networking Policy and Cyber Bullying Policy
 
Now that more and more children have access to the internet at home and at school, e-safety is becoming increasingly important. For more information on the potential safeguarding and child protection issues that the internet has made easier, and the ways to try and prevent these situations from occurring.

For further information regarding the safe use of Smart phones, please click here.
​Charging Policy
 
Current Charging and Remission information from Nanpean School.
​Equal Opportunities
 
Please read our Equal Opportunities Policy to find out more about our commitment to ensuring that no person is discriminated against.
​Equality Objectives
 
Schools are required to develop Objectives that they intend to pursue throughout the school year to ensure that equality and diversity exists in school. Please click on the link to the right to view our Equality Objectives for this year.
​Relationships and Sex Education
 
​A school policy exists on Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). The policy is reviewed and updated by the Governing Body. Relationships and Sex education is provided in National Curriculum areas such as science and within the PSHE and Health awareness aspects of the Curriculum. Parents are free to withdraw their children from Relationships and Sex education. All such requests should be made to the Headteacher in writing.
EYFS​
 
Our Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) lead teacher has devised a policy that determines how children in reception age are taught.
Calculation Policy
 
Within the National Curriculum (2014) there is a great emphasis placed on taught calculation methods. The following appendix references statutory requirements of teaching calculation over the four operations and is sorted by key stage and year group.
 
Homework Policy
 
​Our Homework Policy is reviewed annually to ensure that it accurately reflects our school. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's homework that cannot be answered by the Homework Policy, please speak with your child's class teacher.
Complaints Policy
 
​Our Complaints policy details the procedure all parents/ carers must follow when making a complaint. It also specifies what procedures the school will follow upon receiving a complaint.

For a quick guide, please click on the Complaints Procedure, which will guide you through any complaints process.