You will find some of our school policies here in this section. If you can’t find what you are looking for, then please contact the school office to ask for the School Policy File. A School Accessiblity Plan B Behaviour and Anti-bullying Policy C Calculation...
The following table details the Sports Activity and costings over the present financial year.
The school spends considerably more on sports than the money provided by the School Sports Grant. It can be seen however that the grant contributed £600 per activity to the money spent by the school in 2014-5, and will contribute £570 per activity in 2015-16.
Holmleigh School will create an environment which is challenging and supportive to all pupils and staff and welcoming to parents and other members of the community. Holmleigh will provide all the children in the school with an efficient, quality education service which will enable them to achieve their full academic, creative and social potential.
British Values in our curriculum and daily school life According to Ofsted, ‘fundamental British values’ are: • Democracy • The rule of Law • Individual Liberty • Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith. At...
Holmleigh Primary School is dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils. It is the duty of all members of staff, both teaching and non-teaching, to play an active roll in ensuring this. All members of staff are expected to be aware of and follow the Safeguarding procedures. In particular they need to be aware of their duty to report concerns, the guidance for identifying child abuse, what to do if a child makes an allegation of child abuse and issues about confidentiality.
At Holmleigh Primary School, we believe that every child, no matter their needs or circumstances, should be supported to reach their full potential. This policy, in conjunction with our schools SEN School Offer, sets out how we aim to achieve this.