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This Policy aims to:
resist all bullying at the Academy and create a positive atmosphere and environment for all pupils to thrive in,
give pupils the confidence to speak out against bullying and make the Academy bully free,
raise awareness amongst pupils, parents and staff and give advice on what they should do to help.
Our attendance policy aims to ensure that pupils to attend school regularly; consequently they will be able to take full advantage of the educational opportunities available.
This policy aims to ensure that behaviour at TEFAT Academies maintains the ‘outstanding’ standards as determined by OFSTED.
Provision of ‘real-life’ opportunities enables pupils to achieve a fuller understanding of the world around them. TEFAT encourages academies to maximise opportunities for children to engage with valuable learning experiences outside the school site while ensuring they are well planned and safe.
The aim of this agreement is to support the partners in the educational process – the Elliot Foundation Academies Trust, the individual academy, the pupils and parents - in ensuring success.
The aim of our Home Learning policy is to promote learning beyond the school day as an essential part of good education.
This policy outlines the features and guiding principles, which we believe, are characteristic of high quality learning and teaching. They form the basis for monitoring and evaluating pupil progress and achievement and are a means to identify areas in which we seek further improvement.
SRE is concerned with lifelong learning about an individual’s physical, moral and
emotional development. It is about the understanding of the importance of marriage
for family life, stable and loving relationships, respect, love and care. It is also about
the teaching of sex, sexuality and sexual health. SRE does not promote sexual
orientation or sexual activity. SRE will cover attitudes and values; personal and
social skills; and knowledge and understanding.
This policy document defines what we mean by Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development and outlines specific strategies to secure development for all pupils.