Dorridge Primary School

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Work in partnership SCHOOL AIMS

Independent life-long learners SCHOOL AIMS

Make a positive contribution SCHOOL AIMS

Respectful, tolerant and responsible citizen SCHOOL AIMS

Valued and celebrated SCHOOL AIMS

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School Policies

A number of our school policies are available here in PDF format.

PDF icon Anti-Bullying

PDF icon Attendance

PDF Document Behaviour

PDF Document Child Protection

PDF Document Complaints Procedure

PDF document Charging and Remissions for School Activities

PDF Document E-Safety

PDF Document Educational Visits

PDF Document Handwriting

PDF Document Health and Safety

PDF Document Homework

PDF document Inclusion

PDF document Looked After Children

PDF document Medical Conditions in School

PDF document More Able, Gifted, and Talented Learners

PDF document Safeguarding

PDF document School Reading Dog Risk Assessment

PDF document Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

     PDF Document Accessibility Plan

PDF Document Use of Reasonable Force

PDF Document Volunteers

     PDF Document Parent Helpers Code of Practice

PDF Document Whistleblowing Policy

Reviewing School Policies

We asked, "How can we improve the current school's policies?"

You said and we did:

  • Explain any jargon, e.g. IEP (Individual Education Plan)

  • Add glossaries where appropriate

  • Make the homework process easier to understand

  • Avoid repetition in order to simplify the policies further

  • Add a disclaimer to offer electronic and full copier

How can you help us meet those key policies?

Behaviour

  • Discuss and encourage the children to earn rewards
  • Work as a team with the teachers when your child is involved in a behaviour issue
  • Encourage your children towards achieving 100% attendance

Homework

  • Provide your child with an appropriate work space, free from distraction
  • Regularly read with your child, even once they are fluent, questioning them about their understanding of the text
  • Check the quality of the work produced before submitting rather than doing it for them.

Attendance and Punctuality

  • Do not take holidays during term time
  • Ensure your child arrives at school punctually and is ready for learning every day
  • Ensure the school is aware of who is collecting your child

E-Safety

  • Ensure that parent filter software is installed and kept up to date at home
  • Actively monitor your child online, especially if using social networking
  • Talk to your child about staying safe online and with other devices regularly