This plan details how we make our school accessible for all users.
Children should be in school if they are well enough. On occasions when medication needs to be administered, this policy sets out how we will ensure this is done safely.
We believe that the education that we provide at Rowde will be the very best and will provide a bright start to your child’s education, as well as ensuring that there is a bright future ahead.
At Rowde we provide an up to date and skills based curriculum, excellent teaching and a learning environment that is exciting and vibrant. We believe that a partnership with parents between home and school is vital because we are all working together for the good of the child.
If you would like to visit and find out more about what we do and what we have to offer,
please Contact Us to arrange an appointment to look around the school.
This leaflet is part of our anti-bullying policy. It explains the policy in child-friendly terms for parents and teachers to discuss with children.
All children have a right to grow up in a nurturing environment. We recognise that bullying may occur and this policy defines our zero-tolerance of bullying and how we will try to eliminate it from Rowde Academy.
This policy describes the importance of being in school and ready to learn, and the consequences of absence from school.
Our behaviour for learning policy sets out how we encourage our pupils to work together with the common purpose of helping everyone to learn.
This policy describes how we will do our best to minimise the financial barriers which may prevent some pupils taking full advantage of the opportunities offered in school.
At Rowde Academy we hope there will be few occasions when parents or carers have concerns they need to raise with the school. We recognise that this will sometimes happen and this policy explains how we will try to resolve complaints.
This document explains how we use data to maximise the attainment of every pupil and, in particular, pupils from groups who may be vulnerable to educational underachievement.
Our first aid policy aims to ensure the health and safety of all staff, pupils and visitors.
Rowde C of E Primary Academy id committed to the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This policy outlines our responses to the Act and a framework for managing requests.
This document is a statement of the aims, principles and strategies for ensuring Health and Safety at Rowde C of E Primary Academy.
The Pupil Premium Grant is used strategically to ensure that all our pupils achieve their full potential regardless of their circumstances. This policy explains how we meet these ideals.
This policy is based on the notion of ‘look smart-act smart’. It details our expectations of how children should be dressed for school to ensure safety and equality.
The purpose of this policy is to seek to ensure that we have agreed procedures that enable all persons who work in or visit the school to feel safe and to be treated with respect, dignity and equality.
We believe that all children should be equally valued in school. This policy outlines how we create an atmosphere of encouragement, acceptance and respect for achievements and sensitivity to individual needs.
Acting Headteacher: Mrs Sue Hulford
Rowde C of E Primary Academy, High Street, Rowde, Devizes SN10 2ND.
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