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Emergency plan

Background The purpose of an emergency management plan is firstly to allow consideration of various types of emergency and how the school is placed to deal with them, and secondly to give the school community confidence when faced with a crisis. Although overall accountability lies with the school employer, other senior school managers involved in the day to day running of the school also have responsibility for the health and safety of staff and pupils. Responsibility for fire safety in school…

Emotional Wellbeing

Emotional Wellbeing in Schools Skills Conference 2018 The Emotional Wellbeing Conference 2018, Promoting Mental Health & PSHE to Enable Academic Achievement for Children & Young People in Bucks on 27 November 2018 is now available to book via Eventbrite . Book via Eventbrite For further information please see the attached flyer or visit our website According to the World Health Organization, Emotional wellbeing has been defined as: “A positive state of mind and body, feeling safe and able to co…

Employer responsibilities

For information on background, local and DfE guidance for Statutory and Non-Statutory documents please click on any of the topic areas above.

Equalities

Our equalities objectives are: Safeguarding our vulnerable Improve outcomes for children and adults with special educational needs or disability Creating opportunities and building self reliance Enable and support all our children to be successful and cared for throughout their school years Enable all our young people to be prepared for the world of work and adult life Continue to improve the health and wellbeing of our residents Promote good citizenship, encourage participation, help strengthe…

Equality around Disabilities

The House of Commons Petitions Committee has published draft recommendations and launched an inquiry into online abuse and the experience of disabled people. For more information: Online abuse and the experience of disabled people: draft recommendations for consultation Online abuse and the experience of disabled people

Equality information

Applies to Maintained Schools Academies Free Schools Pupil Referral Units Background Under specific duties, governing boards, local authorities and proprietors are required to draw up equality objectives every four years. Publication of information in future years should include evidence of the steps being taken and progress made towards meeting these equality objectives. Governing Bodies should annually publish information demonstrating how they are meeting the aims of the general public secto…

Erasmus+ Projects

Erasmus+ projects cover a variety of different topics and allow us to work with different countries to find out how they approach different subjects in the classroom. We share best practice in order to create resources that can be used across Europe. Erasmus+ also gives opportunities for teachers to visit other countries to learn about different working methods and cultures.

E-Safety

School survey The E-Safety Safeguarding Subgroup have developed a short survey that schools can use with students. The results from the survey can be requested so that the school can gauge their internet use and any issues that may need addressing in PHSE classes or internet safety sessions. Complete our survey Helplines and Support Childline 0800 1111 , Childline website POSH - Professional Online Safety Helpline - 0844 3814772 Helpline@saferinternet.org.uk Teacher Support - Education Support…

Exclusion procedures

Background Good discipline in schools is essential to ensure that all pupils can benefit from the opportunities provided by education. This includes having clear policies and procedures in place to manage behaviour. Exclusion procedures may form part of the school’s Behaviour Policy. The decision to exclude a pupil must be lawful, reasonable and fair. Headteachers, Principals, Teachers in Charge of PRUs, GBs, LAs and Independent Review Panels must have regard to the DfE guidance, and in Bucking…

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