Anti-Bullying Updated: 06/11/2017 (279 KB)
This policy provides a procedural framework which defines agreed roles and responsibilities for pupils and parents, staff and governors. It provides guidance on the actions to be taken as part of the anti-bullying processes within the school.
Appraisal Policy Updated: 06/11/2017 (291 KB)
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.
Attendance for Learning Updated: 06/11/2017 (300 KB)
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.
Behaviour for Learning Updated: 06/11/2017 (756 KB)
Central Lancaster High School aspires to provide a well-ordered and disciplined environment in which teaching and learning can flourish. The Behaviour for Learning Policy is rooted in an ethos of rewarding good behaviour wherever possible.
Charging and Remissions Updated: 06/11/2017 (226 KB)
This charging policy complies with statutory requirements, and has regard to the Authority's policy statements on charging and is reviewed on an annual basis. In keeping with the school's inclusive ethos, trips and activities are promoted to all and wherever possible are made accessible to all.
Complaints Procedure Updated: 06/11/2017 (96 KB)
The policy of the School is to work in partnership with parents and the wider community. It is based on the belief that co-operation and a sense of joint purpose between staff, parents and the School will assist in ensuring open and positive relationships. From time to time, however, parents and members of the public may express concern or make a complaint, either orally or in writing, about some aspect of the conduct/operation of the School, the conduct of the Headteacher, an individual member of staff, the Governing Body or an individual governor.
Equal Opportunities Updated: 06/11/2017 (75 KB)
Central Lancaster High School is striving to be an Equal Opportunities school. We are committed to ensuring equal representation within our school environment.
Examinations Policy 2017 Updated: 06/11/2017 (263 KB)
It is the responsibility of everyone involved in the centre's exam processes to read, understand and implement this policy.
Interim Assessment Policy Updated: 06/11/2017 (1.14 MB)
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.
Marking and Feedback Policy Updated: 06/11/2017 (139 KB)
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.
Monitoring and Evaluation Policy Updated: 06/11/2017 (197 KB)
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.
Safeguarding Policy Updated: 06/11/2017 (340 KB)
Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play in safeguarding children. School staff are particularly important as they are in a position to identify concerns early and provide help for children to prevent concerns from escalating. Central Lancaster High School recognises its responsibilities for safeguarding children and works with a range of agencies including social services, children’s services, the police, health services and other agencies to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.
SEND Updated: 23/02/2017 (1.11 MB)
This is a school where young people matter, which provides excellent teaching and learning. The school ethos is clearly visible; a warm, friendly yet purposeful environment with excellent relationships. The educational philosophy is known by all. The size of the school allows us to get to know our students well and therefore make the best of each individual’s talents, providing the right challenges to achieve all our pupils potential.
SEND Local Offer Updated: 23/02/2017 (535 KB)
The below document is the most recent review of our SEN and Disability offer to which we have published on this website. You can also view Lancashire County Councils SEND local offer http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/SEND
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy Updated: 21/03/2017 (1.08 MB)
Central Lancaster High School recognises its responsibilities for safeguarding children and works with a range of agencies including social services, children’s services, the police, health services and other agencies to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.
If you require a paper copy of any of the policies, please contact the Head Teacher's PA, Mrs Heather Low