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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.
This policy document defines what we mean by Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development and outlines specific strategies to secure development for all pupils.
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.
We want all children to grow up healthy, happy, safe and able to manage the challenges and opportunities of modern Britain. That is why, from September 2020, all children across the Trust are taught Relationships and Health Education. This policy explains the aims of the Trust as a whole and should be read in conjunction with the school's own local policy.
Teaching and learning statement for The Elliot Foundation - overarching principles for academies.