Policies and Guidance


Admissions Policy

Anti bullying Policy

After School Care Club

Attendance and Punctuality Policy

Behaviour Policy

Bereavement Policy

British Values Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

Collective Worship Policy

Complaints and Concerns

Developing Spirituality Policy

Dinner Money Policy

Educational Visits Policy

Equality Information & Objectives

Feedback and Marking

Food & Healthy Eating Policy including Nut Awareness

FOI Scheme of Publication

GDPR: Data Protection Policy Statement

GDPR: Data Protection Policy

GDPR: Acceptable Personal Use of Resources and Assets Policy

GDPR: Data Handling Security Policy v2 (1)

GDPR: IG Strategy

GDPR: Security Incidents Policy

GDPR: Records Management Policy

GDPR: Statutory Request Policy


Lettings Policy

Managing Allegations Against Other Pupils Policy

Managing Violent & Abusive Visitors

Minibus Policy

Modern Foreign Languages

Online Safety Policy

Phonics Policy

Positive Handling including Restraint Policy

PSHE including Relationships and Sex Education

Privacy Policy

Pupil Premium Policy

RE Policy

Safeguarding Policy

SEND Policy

Supporting Children with Medical Conditions, First Aid & Administering Medicines Policy

Transition Policy

Uniform Policy

Volunteer Policy

Privacy Notice – SEND 2024

Privacy Notice – Ex-Students 2024



GDPR Rights – Advice to Parents-Guardians

Home School Agreement

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022

SEN Information Report 2022

SEND Information Report Covid Update

Safeguarding Leaflet

The internet is now a part of everyday life and children are spending more and more time online, exploring cyberspace and connecting with others online. However the internet can also represent a risk to children that is sometimes misunderstood and often underestimated. Online Safety is a key element in the safeguarding strategy at St Michael’s C of E (VA) Junior School and keeping children safe online is a priority for all staff and volunteers.

Just like the offline world, the online world is full of risk and although the majority of these will not turn into harm it is important that children understand the risks they are taking and make sensible choices. At St. Michael’s children are taught the fundamentals of online safety throughout the school so that they can recognise and avoid dangers and unsuitable content. We also explain how to behave appropriately online as well as the importance of managing their digital footprint.

However we can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we engage with parents and carers to ensure a consistent approach on online safety at home as well as at school.