Policies

This page contains Prep School and Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) specific policies. Please see the policies section on Westonbirt School’s website for whole school policies.

Westonbirt Schools have recently undergone an ISI Compliance Inspection, both schools were deemed to be fully compliant, the full report will be available shortly.

Prep School Policies

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3.

Prep Admissions Policy

Parent Complaints Procedure

5. Use of Technology & Social Media 
6.1 Security & Care of Possessions 
7. Curriculum Policy
7.1 Prep Spiritual Moral Social Cultural
7.12 Equal Opportunities (Pupil and Education)
7.14 Prep Skills For Life Scheme of Work
7.2 Marking Policy
7.6 Prep Gifted and Talented Policy
7.8 Learning Support
7.9 Homework Policy
7.10 Differentiation Policy
8. Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy
8.1 Safer Recruitment Policy 
9. Countering Bullying Policy
9.1 Prep Anti-Bullying Code of Conduct
10.1 Prep Behaviour Policy
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Prep Supervision of Pupils Policy

First Aid Policy

12. Health & Safety
12.1 Visitor Access to School Premises
12.2 Pupils Grounds Access
12.3 Excursions Policy
12.5 Fire Safety
12.6 Fire & Emergency Action Plan – Staff
12.7 Fire Action Plan – Pupils
12.8 3 Year Accessibility Plan
12.9 Prep Missing Child Procedure
12.12
Missing Pupils Procedure
14.1 Snow & Ice Management
14.4  Safer Recruitment
 21.  Staff Code of Conduct Policy


EYFS Policies

13.1 Child Protection
13.1.1 Childrens Rights and Entitlements
13.1.2 Safeguarding Children and Child Protection
13.1.3 Looked After Children
13.1.4 Uncollected Child
13.1.5 Missing Child
13.1.6 Use of Mobile Phones and Cameras
13.2 Suitable People
13.2.1 Employment
13.2.2 Student Placements
13.3  Staff Qualifications, Training, Support and Skills
13.3.1 Induction of Staff Volunteers and Managers
13.3.2 First Aid
13.4 Key Person
13.4.1 The Role of the Key Person and Settling In
13.5 Staff : Child Ratios
13.5.1 Staffing
13.6 Health
13.6.1 Administering Medicines
13.6.2 Managing Children who are Sick, Infectious or with Allergies
13.6.3 Recording and Reporting of Accidents and Incidents
13.6.4 Nappy Changing
13.6.4.1 Toileting and Intimate Care Policy
13.6.5 Food and Drink
13.6.6 Food Hygiene
13.7 Behaviour
13.7.1 Achieving Positive Behaviour
13.7.11 Restraint Policy
13.8 Safety and Suitability of Premises, Environment an Equipment
13.8.1 Health & Safety General Standards 
13.8.2 Maintaining Childrens Safety and Security on Premises
13.8.3 Supervision of Children on Outings and Visits
13.8.4 Risk Assessment
13.8.5 Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation
13.8.6 Animals in the Setting
13.8.7 No Smoking
13.8.8 Health and Safety Risk Assessment Template
13.8.9 Fire Safety Risk Assessment Template
13.9 Equal Opportunities
13.9.1 Valuing Diversity and Promoting Equality
13.9.2 Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
13.10 Information and Records
13.10.1 EYFS Prospectus 2016-17
13.10.2 EYFS Parents Guide
13.10.3 Admissions
10.10.4 Parental Involvement
10.10.5 Children’s Records
10.10.6 Provider’s Records
10.10.7 Transfer of Records to School
10.10.8 Confidentiality and Client Access to Records
10.10.9
Information Sharing
10.10.10 Working in Partnership with Other Agencies
10.10.11 Making a Complaint