School Policies

Our School Policies

Please find our School Policies, and other relevant documentation below. They are all in a PDF format.

We are working on this part of the Website to make sure that all the policies and documents that you need are in one place. The newer Policies are dated.

There has been a lot information published by the Lancashire Authority and by the Department for Education (DfE) informing schools as to which documents and policies it should publish on the school website. The important Documents that the DfE recommend are:

 

Behaviour Policy
Vision Statement (also found inside all School Documentation)
Special Needs Policy and
School Finance Policy (including the Charging and Remissions Policy)

 

Our Reception intake for September 2022 settled well into life at THT, and the School’s Admissions Policy highlighting our Admissions Procedures for Sept 2024 has now been published and is available to view.

Also included in this section is information regarding the Pupil Premium Grant, our Local Offer regarding Special Educational Needs and the DfE Sports Funding Grant.

Current Policies and our Prospectus

School Prospectus September 2023

Vision Statement

Able, Gifted and Talented Policy October 2022

Accessibility Plan September 2021

Admissions Policy September 2024

Admissions Policy September 2025

Appraisal Policy for Support Staff June 2023

Appraisal Policy for Teaching Staff September 2023

Behaviour Policy September 2023

Capability Policy Aug 2022

Child Looked After Policy (CLA) September 2022

Collective Worship Policy February 2023

Complaints Procedure September 2023

Discipline Policy September 2023

Early Years Foundation Stage September 2021

Educational Off Site Visits Policy (Lancashire) September 2021

GDPR Policy and Privacy Documents September 2022

Health and Safety Policy September 2023

Homework Policy September 2022

Feedback and Marking Policy May 2022

Managing Aggressive Behaviour from Parents Carers and Visitors Policy September 2022

Medicine Policy Sep 2022

Mental Health and Wellbeing (Diocesan publication)  September 2018

Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools (DfE publication)  November 2018

On Line Safety Policy September 2020

Personal, Social, Health and Economy Education Policy (PSHE) June 2021

Policy for Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism September 2022

Relationships and Sex Education Policy April 2021

Religious Education Policy May 2023

Remote Learning Policy January 2021

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy September 2023

School Attendance Policy September 2021

School Attendance Policy June 2023

School Attendance Procedure Flowcharts 

School Finance Policy September 2023

In compliance with the requirements of the schools financial value standard, THT would like to publish that the number of employees whose gross salary exceeds £100k is zero.

Single Equalities Policy September 2020

SMSC Policy October 2022

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy September 2022

Special Educational Needs Local Offer January 2023

Special Educational Needs Information Report Autumn 2022

Staff Absence – Short Term Sickness Absence Procedure August 2022

Staff Code of Conduct September 2023

Transition Policy September 2022

Valuing All God’s Children Report (Diocesan publication)  September 2017

Vaping Policy Framework for North West Schools

Whistleblowing May 2023

Whole School Pay Policy September 2023

What is the eSafety Charter?

The Lancashire School eSafety Charter is a self evaluation tool, established for schools in Lancashire to demonstrate their commitment to the ongoing development of eSafety within their school community. Most schools have already started or are in the process of writing their eSafety policy. Many have provided staff and parent eSafety training sessions and eSafety is now embedded within the curriculum. Aspects of eSafety regularly appear in the news and in many cases highlight the negative issues surrounding eSafety within society. There is a great deal of good practice taking place within Lancashire schools to support eSafety both within the schools and its community.

Click HERE to see the Lancashire School eSafety Charter

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