Anti Bullying This policy defines the different types of bullying and sets out the school's procedures to minimise its occurrence and procedures for dealing with any incident that do occur. Please read the Bullying Charter opposite.
Attendance and Punctuality Policy This policy sets out the aims and expectations of The Thomas Alleyne Academy. We want the whole academy community – governors, staff, parents and students – to be committed to high standards of attendance and punctuality.
Behaviour for Learning Policy This policy sets out how the school uses its Code of Expectation, positive classroom behaviour management and the use of rewards to promote good behaviour and attitudes.
Careers and Education Policy This policy outlines the planned programme of careers education for all students in years 7-13 and information, advice and guidance (IAG) in partnership with outside agencies.
Charges, Refunds and Remissions Policy
Child Protection policy This policy sets out how the school ensures the safety, protection and care of every child in the school, promotes their welfare and develops their ability to keep themselves safe
Complaints Policy This sets out the procedures for making complaints and what a complainant can expect to happen as a consequence.
Data Protection Policy The Hart Schools Trust regards the lawful and correct treatment of personal information as very important to the successful and efficient performance of its functions, and to maintain confidence between those with whom it deals. To this end The Hart Schools Trust fully endorses and adheres to the Principles of Data Protection, as set out in the Data Protection Act 1998. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/29/contents
E-safety Policy including Data Protection Our eSafety Policy is based on the Hertfordshire Grid for Learning exemplar policy (with acknowledgement to LGfL, SWGfL and Bristol City Council) and Becta guidance.
Freedom of Information Policy This is the Thomas Alleyne School Publication Scheme on information available under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for which the Governing Body is responsible for maintenance of this scheme.
Freedom of Speech Policy
Leave of Absence Form
Off-site Visits and Learning Outside the Classroom Policy
Pupil Premium Policy. This policy explains how much Pupil Premium Funding the Academy receives and how it approaches and prioritises the allocation of funding for Pupil Premium students to ensure equality of opportunity. Click here for more information on our Pupil Premium page.
Prevent Policy All Education providers have a duty to safeguard their students; Prevent is about safeguarding our students to keep them both safe and within the law. The Prevent Duty is not about preventing students from having political and religious views and concerns, but about supporting them to use those concerns or act on them in non-extremist ways. The aim of this strategy is to develop an awareness of Prevent in our Academies and recognise current practice which contributes to the Prevent agenda.
Pupil Privacy Notice The Thomas Alleyne Academy is a data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act. We collect information from students and may receive information about students from other schools or academies and the Learning Records Service.
Risk Management Policy This risk management policy (the policy) forms part of the Trust’s internal control and corporate governance arrangements. The policy explains the underlying approach to risk management, documents the roles and responsibilities of the Trust, the Senior Postholders and other key parties. It also outlines key aspects of the risk management process and identifies the main reporting procedures. In addition, it describes the process the Trust will use to evaluate the effectiveness of the internal control procedures.
Special Educational Needs Policy This policy sets out how the school identifies and monitors students with Special Educational Needs and how it provides additional support in order to meet their individual needs
Sex and Relationship Education This policy provides guidance and information on how the school meets the requirements of the 1996 Education Act with regard to Sex and Relationships Education
Supporting Students with Medical Needs The Hart Schools Trust is committed to ensuring that all children and young people with medical conditions, in terms of both physical and mental health, are properly supported in school so that they can play a full and active role in school life, remain healthy and achieve their academic potential.
Value for Money Statement
Whistleblowing Policy - This procedure has been produced by the Human Resources department, and is intended to provide safeguards to enable individuals to raise concerns about malpractice in connection with the Hart Learning Group (incorporating Hart Schools Trust).