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
  • Admissions Policy

    1. Aims This policy aims to: Explain how to apply for a place at the Academy Set out the Academy’s arrangements for allocating places to the pupils who apply Explain…

    Anti-Bullying Policy

    “Article 29: Your right to be the best that you can be (United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child)” At Co-op Academy Broadhurst we endeavour to make all…

    Attendance Policy

    Introduction Regular school attendance is essential if children are to achieve their full potential. Co-op Academy Broadhurst believes that regular school attendance is the key to enabling children to maximise…

    Behaviour Policy

    At Co-op Academy Broadhurst we believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that the children are able to learn in a supportive, caring environment where they feel secure and…

    Children with health needs who cannot attend school

    1. Aims Co-op Academy Broadhurst works in partnership with pupils, parents/carers, medical services, other professionals and education providers to enable children and young people with medical needs who are unable…

    Designated Teacher Policy (Looked After and Previously Looked After Children)

    1. Aims The school aims to ensure that: A suitable member of staff is appointed as the designated teacher for looked-after and previously looked-after children The designated teacher promotes the…

    Dogs on Site

    This policy is intended to ensure that our children, staff, contractors and visitors are kept safe and secure whilst on site. Governors and staff recognise that dogs are an important…

    E-Safety Policy

    Rationale As a Primary Academy working with our local, national and international communities, ICT in the 21st Century is seen as an essential resource to support learning and teaching, as…

    Educational Visits

    1. General Statement of Policy Co-op Academy Broadhurst recognises the value of off-site visits to pupils as an enrichment to their studies, and to their personal and social development. Such…

    First Aid

    1. Aims The aims of our first aid policy are to: Ensure the health and safety of all staff, pupils and visitors Ensure that staff and governors are aware of…

    Health and Safety Policy

    1. Health and Safety Policy Statement of Intent 1.1 The Co-op Academies Trust (the Trust) recognises that people are a key resource within the organisation and therefore fully accepts its…

    ICT Acceptable Use Agreement

    ICT Acceptable Use Agreement (AUA)  Policy Statement  The Governing Body recognises the use of ICT as an important resource for teaching, learning and personal development. It actively encourages staff to…

    Intimate Care

    Introduction At Co-op Academy Broadhurst 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…

    Mental Health

    Policy Statement Mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively…

    Mobile Phone Use

    1. Introduction and aims  At Co-op Academy Broadhurst we recognise that mobile phones, including smart phones, are an important part of everyday life for our pupils, parents and staff, as…

    PSHE Policy

    What is PSHE Education? ‘Personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE education) is a planned programme of learning opportunities and experiences that help children and young people grow and develop…

    Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions

    Introduction We want all children and young people to have successful and fulfilling lives. Section 100 of the Children and Families Act 2014 places a statutory duty on all schools…

    RSE Policy

    What is RSE Education? Relationship and Sex Education (RSE Education) is a planned programme of learning where children acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to in order to…

    Safeguarding Policy

    The Headteacher who has the ultimate responsibility for safeguarding is Mrs Janette Gough In their absence, the authorised member of staff is Mrs Clare Bardsley Our procedure if there is…

    SEND Policy

    Rationale Co-op Academy Broadhurst is committed to providing an appropriate and high quality education to all. We believe that all children, including those identified as having special educational needs have…