Our Policies

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Some policies are Trust-wide, find them here

These Trust-wide policies are:
  • Charging and Remissions
  • Complaints
  • Exclusions
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Safer Recruitment
  • Whistleblowing
  • Academy

    Accessibility Plan

    Date created – 09/11/2020

    Anti-Bullying Policy

    Introduction Everyone at Co-op Academy Beckfield has the right to feel welcome, safe and happy. We provide a secure, caring and friendly climate for learning for all our pupils to…

    Attendance Policy

    1. Vision and aims Our whole school vision states:  Co-op Academy Beckfield strives to give the best possible start to education for all of its pupils. Our children deserve the…

    Behaviour Policy

    Aims We want our school to be a place where all children and adults feel safe, happy and successful. We know that the consistent application of this policy is key…

    Children with health needs who cannot attend school policy

    1. Aims This policy aims to ensure that: Suitable education is arranged for pupils on roll who cannot attend school due to health needs Pupils, staff and parents understand what…

    Equality, diversity and inclusion objectives

    Public bodies, including local-authority-maintained schools, are covered by the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010 and the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) Regulations 2011. The Act protects…

    First Aid Policy

    This policy sets out the procedures that our school follows in the event of an accident, an injury or an illness. Terminology Accident book / form = bump note Incident…

    Home School Agreement

    At Co-op Academy Beckfield we are committed to developing a positive partnership between home and school. We provide a safe and caring environment for all our community. We challenge and…

    Intimate Care Policy

    Introduction At Co-op Academy Beckfield we recognise that all children have different rates of development and differing needs during their time at school. Most children achieve continence before starting full-time…

    Looked after children and recently looked after policy

    Introduction Co-op Academy Beckfield is committed to providing high quality education for all of its pupils, based on equality of opportunity, access and outcomes. We recognise that, nationally, Children who…

    Positive Handling Policy

    Introduction Behaviour is always a form of communication. Understanding that children are communicating through their behaviour gives adults the opportunity to respond differently. When children feel valued, respected and have…

    Relationships and Sex Education Policy

    Policy aims Our aim is that our Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) policy and curriculum will: Provide a framework in which sensitive discussions can take place Prepare pupils for puberty,…

    Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

    To view this policy in full, download it below. Alternatively, stop by our reception to grab a printed copy. The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is: Claire Dodd claire.dodd@coopacademies.co.uk The Deputy…

    Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs Policy

    1. Aims This policy aims to ensure that: Pupils, staff and parents understand how our school will support pupils with medical conditions Pupils with medical conditions are properly supported to…

    Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Policy

    Children’s Human Rights  UNCRC Article 23 All children have the right to special care and support.  UNCRC Article 28 All children have the right to an education.  UNCRC Article 29…