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A Draft copy of the CLHS Relationship and Sex Education Policy for Parental Feedback. The deadline for feedback is Friday 7th May.
The use of mobile communication devices at Central Lancaster High School
Whole School Policy for Safeguarding & Child Protection at Central Lancaster High School
During a period in which we may see an increase in student absence and potential school closures, it’s important that we are providing an education to those students who are accessing their education from home. This education has to be challenging, purposeful and meaningful to our students and their studies.
This policy outlines how we are collectively going to achieve that and our expectations for our students, staff and parents.
Behaviour for Learning Policy 2020
CLHS Behaviour For Learning_Policy Addendum - Covid-19 wider opening of school
The policy and procedures for the handling of complaints
This is the school's draft Anti-Bullying Policy. This policy was due to be considered by the Governors Learning and Standards Committee in the Spring Term 2020 but due to Covid-19 the committee could not meet. The policy will be considered by the Governors in the Autumn Term 2020.
BLT Staff Acceptable Use Policy 2020
BLT Student Acceptable Use Policy 2020
BLT Online Safety Policy 2020
SEND policy and information report 2019/2020
Appraisal provides a framework for a clear and consistent assessment of the overall performance of teachers, including the Headteacher. It is a supportive process that outlines means for supporting the personal and professional development of teachers within the context of the School Improvement Plan, their own professional needs and the standards expected of teachers/Headteacher.
This policy provides a procedural framework which defines agreed roles and responsibilities for pupils and parents, staff and governors. It provides guidance on registration, authorised and unauthorised absence, leave-taking, referral routes and potential sanctions, re-integration and systems for monitoring attendance and punctuality, as well as strategies employed to deal with absence.
Every child should leave school prepared for modern Britain. Careers and Enterprise Information, Advice and Guidance
(CEIAG) is crucial in helping pupils emerge from school more fully rounded and ready for the world of work.
Central Lancaster High School aims to deliver impartial careers guidance through a range of processes designed to
develop high aspirations in pupils, encourage pupils to consider a broad and ambitious range of careers and enable
individuals to make informed choices and transitions related to their personal, educational and careers development.
It is the responsibility of everyone involved in the centre's exam processes to read, understand and implement this policy.
This policy applies to all members of the teaching and support staff community at Central Lancaster High School. This policy is a statement of the principles and rationale for homework at CLHS and should be read in conjunction with the Teaching and Learning Policy, Marking and Feedback Policy and Monitoring and Feedback Policy.
Central Lancaster High School is preparing to adopt a new assessment model but it will take time for this new system to be introduced and become embedded. The professional judgement of teachers is the most important element of a successful assessment system.
This policy applies to all Governors, school leaders and all members of the teaching and support staff community at Central Lancaster High School. This policy is a statement of the aims, principles and strategies for marking and feedback at CLHS and should be read in conjunction with the Teaching and Learning Policy, Assessment Policy and Monitoring and Evaluation Policy.
This policy applies to all Governors, school leaders and all members of the teaching and support staff community at Central Lancaster High School. This policy is a statement of the aims, principles and strategies for the monitoring and evaluation of the quality of teaching and learning at CLHS and should be read in conjunction with the teaching and learning policy, appraisal policy1 and the assessment policy.
This policy statement sets out the school’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to
pupils at the school for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or
training offer. This complies with the school’s legal obligations under Section 42B of the Education
If you require a paper copy of any of the policies, please contact the Principal's PA, Mr. Jason Mills - firstname.lastname@example.org