Meanwood Primary School Policies
On this page you will find details of Meanwood Primary School's policies which may be of interest to parents. Our school policies are regularly reviewed and approved by the Governing Body.
If you would like to discuss any of these policies further, would like a copy of any policy, or if you require information about a policy not included on this page, please contact the Head Teacher.
Data Protection Policy
Meanwood Community Nursery and Primary School is a data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
We have a legal duty to safeguard children. If we have any concern about a child's safety or welfare, we will first discuss this with parents or carers and will actively seek to offer any support we can to a family in need. We may also need to involve other agencies, such as Children's Social Care.
Collective Worship Policy
read how the school complies with the statutory duty to provide an act of daily collective worship
Screening, Searching and Confiscation Policy
The school is fully compliant with government guidelines on the use of screening and searching pupils and in the use of confiscation.
Information regarding the school's responsibility to protect children from radicalisation.
We hope you are happy with the care and education we provide at Meanwood. If you have any concerns, please talk to us informally and we will do all we can to resolve the issue. If you are still not satisfied with our response - read the complaints procedure.
Physical Intervention Policy
In exceptional circumstances, school staff may be required to use physical intervention in order to ensure the safety of pupils or staff. This policy sets out how the school's approach meets government guidelines.
We hope you are happy with the care and education we provide at Meanwood. If you have any concerns, please talk to us informally and we will do all we can to resolve the issue - read the full version of the Complaints Policy.
We do not tolerate bullying in any form - read how we promote good relationships between children and how we address any incidents of bullying.