School Policies

Please note that the policies listed below are available on request from the School Office. All our policies are based on the principle of promoting the well-being of our students and of safeguarding their health and security. Please do not hesitate to contact the School Office if you would like a copy of a specific policy.

The following Policies are available to download from the Parent Area of the website, or on request from the School Office

  • Access Policy
  • Admissions Policy
  • Alcohol & Drugs Policy for Students
  • Anti-bullying Policy
  • Assessment, Recording and Reporting Policy
  • Behaviour Management Policy
  • Careers Guidance Policy
  • Charity & Community Policy
  • Collective Worship Policy
  • Communications with Parents Policy
  • Complaints Policy
  • Curriculum Policy
  • Data Protection Policy
  • E-safety Policy
  • Educational Visits (Outdoor Education, Visits and Off-Site Activities Management and Health & Safety Policy)
  • Exclusion Policy
  • Extra-curricular Activities Policy
  • First Aid & Medical Welfare Policy
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Learning Support and Special Needs Policy
  • PSHE Policy
  • Relationships and Sex Education Policy
  • Safeguarding Children Policy
  • Searching Students Policy
  • Working With Volunteers Policy

Junior School Policies

  • Assessment Policy
  • Curriculum Policy
  • Healthy Eating Policy
  • Behaviour and Sanctions Policy
  • Marking and Correction Policy
  • PSHEC Policy

Safeguarding Children

The Maynard School is fully committed to safeguarding the students attending our school. In any matters relating to safeguarding, the school will cooperate fully with other agencies and in line with legislation.

Details of our procedures are included in the attached Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.

If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of any of our pupils, please speak with Mrs Wilks, the Senior Designated Member of Staff for Safeguarding.