Key Documents and Policies

You can download all of Greenfield E-ACT Primary Academy’s documents and policies below:

Key Documents & Reports

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  1. Pupil Premium Analysis and Report 2014 / 2015
  2. Pupil Premium Analysis and Report 2015 / 2016
  3. Pupil Premium Analysis and Report 2016 / 2017
  4. SEN Annual Report 2013 / 2014
  5. SEN Annual Report 2014 / 2015
  6. SEN Annual Report 2015 / 2016
  7. KS2 Results
  8. Performance Tables
  9. Our Commitment to Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Development
  10. Sports Premium Funding
  11. Greenfield SEN Information Report

Curriculum Content  Embracing Thrive Logo School Oct 2015 no strap

  1. Curriculum for Early Years
  2. Curriculum for Year 1 and 2
  3. Curriculum for Year 3 and 4
  4. Curriculum for Year 5 and 6
  5. Key Learning in Mathematics

Curriculum Policies

  1. Phonics Policy
  2. Homework Policy
  3. Marking & Feedback Policy
  4. E-Safety Policy
  5. Sex and Relationships Education Policy

Safeguarding & Equality Policies

  1. Behaviour Policy
  2. Behaviour Policy leaflet for parents
  3. Charging and remissions policy
  4. Special Education Needs Policy
  5. Attendance Policy
  6. Safeguarding Policy
  7. Safeguarding Information for visitors
  8. Anti-Bullying Policy
  9. Accessibility Plan & Disability Equality Scheme
  10. Complaints
  11. Equal Opportunities Policy
  12. Exclusions Policy
  13. Positive Handling Policy – Currently being updated, please ask the office if you require a copy.
  14. Preventing Radicalisation & Extemism Policy

School Governance

  1. Change in governor structure information letter for parents
  2. New governance structure explained

Safeguarding Contacts

Role

Name

Contact Details

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

Paul Tooth

0117 3772191

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)

Trina Wright

0117 3772191

Single Point of Contact (SPOC)

Paul Tooth

0117 3772191

 

Religious Education and Philosophy

We are a non-denominational school. Religious Education is taught according to the locally agreed syllabus and incorporates the six main world faiths.

Collective thinking time takes place daily and invites your child to take time to discuss and reflect on a wide range of social, moral, spiritual and cultural issues. We use ‘philosophy for children’ as an approach to encourage reflection and discussion about life’s bigger questions – this happens both within lessons and at assembly times.

If you would like to withdraw your child from collective worship or celebration of cultural or global events please write a letter to the Headteacher. A meeting will be set up to discuss your request and, if you wish, alternative arrangements can be made for your child during these times.