Please follow the internal link below to be taken to our Determined Admissions Policies (School and Nursery) including Church Form and Nursery Application Form.
Bullying is deliberate action taken regularly and over a period of time by one or more children with the deliberate intention of hurting another child, either physically or emotionally
We believe that providing the children with a sense of belonging will encourage the desire to look after self, school and each other.
All education during school hours is free. We do not charge for any activity undertaken as part of the National Curriculum with the exception of individual or group music tuition.
The aim of the Child Protection Policy is to promote a safe environment where child safeguarding concerns can be managed in an appropriate way.
Halewood Church of England Primary School acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice standards and Ofsted requirements.
The school's safeguarding/child protection lead is Mr D Smith.
The school's safeguarding/child protection deputy lead is Mrs O Coleman.
The governing body's safeguarding/child protection lead is Mr T Beesley.
The governing body's safeguarding/child protection deputy lead is Mrs C Madeloso.
This policy and procedure will be used to deal with complaints relating to the school and any facilities or services that the school provides, will ensure that you have access to a clear process for dealing with complaints and show exactly what will happen with your complaint and how long this process will take.
The overall objective of the school’s equality scheme is to provide a framework for the school to pursue its equality duties to eliminate unlawful discrimination and harassment; promote equality of opportunity; and promote good relations and positive attitudes between people of diverse backgrounds in all its activities.
Halewood Primary School seeks to avoid exclusions. Only in very serious incidents or when other strategies have been tried and have failed over time would exclusion be considered.
Exclusion will be the last resort after a range of measures have been tried to improve the pupil’s behaviour and after a range of strategies have been put in place to address the inappropriate behaviour.