SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
The objectives (Key Priorities) below are from the school development plan for the academic year 2022-2023.
Strategic Priority 1:
To further develop the effectiveness of the school curriculum.
Strategic Priority 2:
To continue to improve our use of the school grounds.
To continue to develop relevant, challenging learning experiences in our outdoor spaces and the wider community.
Strategic Priority 3:
To enhance provision for maintaining staff health and well-being.
Strategic Priority 4:
To ensure that pupils continue to be more Involved with collective worship which will help them understand and express the school Christian vison and values.
Below is a list of our current school policies.
|Policy||Description||Link to Policy|
|Accessibility Plan 2022-2023||This policy explains how the school ensures it is providing an environment that enables all members of the community to access the curriculum and all aspects of school life.||Accessibility Plan 2023 - 2024|
Admissions Policy 2022
|This policy states the school’s admission criteria for the academic year (2021 & 2022) and gives an overview of the appeals process.|
|Admissions Policy 2023||This policy states the school’s admission criteria for the academic year (2023 & 2024) and gives an overview of the appeals process.|
|Admissions Policy 2024||This policy states the school’s admission criteria for the academic year (2024 & 2025) and gives an overview of the appeals process.|
|Anti-Bullying||This policy gives an overview of how the school deals with issues of bullying.||Anti Bullying|
|Behaviour Management||This policy outlines the schools approach to behaviour management. It outlines the rewards and sanctions used consistently throughout the school. It also addresses how the school deals with peer on peer abuse. It also includes the school’s anti-bullying policy.|
|Charging and Remissions||This document explains the school’s policy for charging for school trips, extra activities and residential trips and for the hire of the buildings.||Charging and Remissions Policy 2022-2025|
|Complaints Policy and Procedures||This policy is a GST policy. It gives a detailed description of the stages the school and parents should go through in reporting and responding to parental concerns.||GST Complaints Policy and Procedures|
|Collective Worship||This policy gives an overview of the school’s policy on Collective Worship.||Collective Worship|
|Emergency School Closure Plan||This policy outlines the procedure/s the school will follow if it needs to close.||Emergency School Closure Plan|
|Equality||This policy explains how the school ensures equal opportunities for all pupils and staff regardless of race, culture, gender, sexual orientation and disability. Please note this is a draft policy.||
This policy is based on the Surrey’s model policy. It gives a detailed description of how children at QE are excluded.
|GST Data Protection||This document describes the information which the school holds about a pupil and how that information is used.|
|Healthy Eating||This packed lunch policy has been developed by drawing on key government guidance associated with healthy eating and the school day.||Healthy Eating Policy|
Health, Safety and Welfare
Site Security Policy
|This plan gives an overview of how the school implements its Health & safety procedures.|
|Home School Agreement||A contract which is signed annually by each child, parent and class teacher outlining the responsibilities of each party during the year.||Home School Agreement|
|This policy gives an overview of the school’s policy on homework.|
|Internet Safety||This policy gives an overview of how the school deals with internet safety.|
|Marking||This poster gives an overview of how the staff at Queen Eleanor’s mark the children’s work.||Marking Scheme Poster|
|Personal, Social, Health, Economics Eduction (PSHE) and Relationship and Sex Education (RSE)||This policy gives an overview of the school’s policy on Personal, Social, Health, Economic
Education and Relationship and Sexual Education.
|Privacy Notice||An overview of how we use pupil information.||QE Privacy Notice|
|Attendance||This policy gives an overview of how the school records and monitors pupil attendance.|
|Religious Education||This policy gives an overview of the school’s policy on Religious Education.||Religious Education Policy|
|Remote Learning Plan||This document outlines what the school will provide in case of school closure in terms of remote learning||Remote Learning Plan|
|School Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy||
This policy states the school’s Child Protection Procedures.
Including arrangements for Safeguarding and Child Protection at Queen Eleanor’s CofE Junior School during COVID-19 school closures.
|Schools Statutory Annual Accounts||Queen Eleanor’s CofE Junior School is an academy school, being part of the Good Shepherd Trust (GST). GST is a multi-academy trust (MAT) and is responsible for eight schools in Surrey and Hampshire. Please see the link to the GST website, which will take you to the Trust accounts for the School.||http://www.goodshepherdtrust.org.uk/1035/financial-reporting|
|Special Educational Needs and Disability||This policy gives an overview of how children with Special Educational Needs are identified and provided for within the school.||Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy|
|Supporting Pupils with Special Medical Needs||This policy gives an overview of how children with medical conditions are supported within the school.||Supporting Pupils with Special Medical Needs|
|The Good Shepherd Trust Policies||Please see the link to the GST website, which will take you to the Trust Policies.|
Visitors Policy and Visiting Speakers Agreement
|This policy outlines the responsibilities of the school regarding visitors and visiting speakers.||Visitors Policy and Visiting Speakers Agreement|