CLHS Policy Documents
This document sets out the plan of the school to increase access to education for students with a disability in the three key areas required by the planning duties of the DDA
Central Lancaster High School promotes a safe learning environment where everyone feels able to enjoy school and achieve, where success is recognised and rewarded. Bullying is not tolerated at Central Lancaster High School and we aim to eliminate it so that all pupils can fulfil their potential.
CLHS recognises the clear link between the attendance, punctuality and attainment of its pupils. The aim of this policy is to encourage the highest level of attendance for individual students
To create a caring and disciplined environment that reflect the academy’s values of Commitment, Creativity and Community. In addition, this policy seeks to show how we will prevent bullying and ensure pupils complete work and adhere to Central Lancaster High School’s standards.
This policy will give clear direction to all stakeholders about expectations and our legal and moral responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children at our school.
This Code of Conduct should be read in conjunction with the Trust’s Disciplinary Policy. The aim of the Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Policy is to set out the standards of conduct expected of all employees and to provide a framework within which the Trust can work with employees to maintain those standards and encourage improvement where necessary.
The Policy and Procedures for the Handling of Complaints
This Equal Opportunities Policy applies to all aspects of the Trust’s relationship with staff and to relations between staff members at all levels.
This policy meets the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), the Data Protection Act 2018, and is based on guidance published by the Information Commissioner’s Office and model privacy notices published by the Department for Education.
The Trust’s IT and communications systems are intended to promote effective communication and working practices within the Trust. This policy outlines the standards staff must observe when using these systems, the circumstances in which the Trust will monitor their use, and the action the Trust will take in respect of breaches of these standards.
Mobile communication devices are now a feature of modern society and many of our pupils own one. Increasing sophistication of mobile technology presents a number of issues for schools. At school, we have a duty of care to take steps to ensure that your child is safe. We take this duty very seriously.
We believe that educating children is a process that involves partnership between parents/carers, class teachers and the community. We have always worked very hard to establish good communication with parents and believe that our success is due in no small part to the strong relationships we enjoy with our parents and carers.
Privacy Notices: How we use pupil information
The Bay Learning Trust (“the Trust”) has developed this Equality Statement to help us to meet its Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) under the Equality Act 2010.
Sex and Relationships education is an integral part of our whole school Personal, Social, Health Education curriculum at Central Lancaster High School. Students study Sex and Relationship education throughout their time at Central, focussing on covering in a manner appropriate to their age and development.
The purpose of this policy of this policy is to set out the requirements for the recruitment of teaching and support staff at the Trust
SEN and Disability Local Offer
SEND Policy & Information Report
The Children and Families Act 2014 (Section 100) places a duty upon Central Lancaster High School to make arrangements for supporting pupils at school with their medical conditions in line with the statutory guidance issued. The aim is to ensure that all children with medical conditions, in terms of both physical and mental health, are properly supported at school so that they can play a full and active role in school life, remain healthy and achieve their academic potential.
The Bay Learning Trust (“the Trust”) is committed to conducting itself with honesty and integrity, and it expects all staff to maintain high standards. However, all organisations face the risk of things going wrong from time to time, or of unknowingly harbouring illegal or unethical conduct. A culture of openness and accountability is essential in order to prevent such situations occurring or to address them when they do occur.
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For further policies of the Academy, please follow the link to The Bay Learning Trust Policies - please click here: https://www.baylearningtrust.com/key-information/policies
If you require a paper copy of any of the policies, please contact school via email - firstname.lastname@example.org