Below you can find a list of school policies:
By law children must start statutory education full time at the beginning of the term following their fifth birthday. Where admission is offered prior to compulsory school age, parents may defer their child’s entry into school until later in that academic year. More information can be found here.
This policy will help manage their asthma while they are at school. It will make sure that Norfolk County Council, school staff, governors, doctors and nurses work closely together to improve the day to day management of asthma in schoolchildren, allowing them to reach their full potential. More infomation can be found here.
For a child to reach their full educational achievement a high level of school attendance is essential. We will consistently work towards a goal of 100% attendance for all children. Every opportunity will be used to convey to pupils and their parents or carers the importance of regular and punctual attendance. More information on our Attendance Policy can be found here.
Behaviour, Bullying & Exclusion Policy
At Browick Road Primary School, to achieve success together, we have an approach to behaviour that is positive, fair and consistent. This allows all children to learn within a safe environment. You can read more here.
Click here for our Behaviour Principles written statement
Legislation allows schools to charge for certain activities which take place both inside and outside school hours. Norfolk County Council has adopted a policy, which the governing body has decided to follow and is set out below. Read here.
Cluster Absence Policy
The Wymondham Cluster of Primary Schools is committed to providing an education of the highest quality for all children and recognises that this can only be achieved by supporting and promoting excellent attendance for all, read more about the Cluster Absence Policy.
All schools in Norfolk want their pupils to be healthy, happy and safe, and to achieve. They recognise that parents play an important part in making this happen. Cooperation between parents, staff and governors leads to a shared sense of purpose and a good atmosphere in the school. Our Complaints policy can be found here.
Data Protection Policy
This policy is intended to ensure that personal information is dealt with correctly and securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, and other related legislation. More information can be found here.
Educational Visits Policy
To achieve success together through an educational visit, we aim to ensure that it should contribute to a child’s knowledge of one or more aspects of the curriculum and bring to this a wider, enriching perspective both educationally and socially. Read more here.
Equalities Information & Objectives Scheme (EIOS)
The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) in the Equality Act 2010 requires us to publish information to demonstrate how we are complying with the duty, and to prepare and publish equality objectives. This work enables us to achieve a framework for action which covers all equality strands, and ensures that we meet our responsibilities in the public sector duties in an inclusive way. Click here to read our policy.
This policy has been drawn up using the model policy from www.insted.co.uk as a framework and taking guidance from the Local Authority. The policy replaces the Anti-Racism Policy and covers all the protected characteristics in the school’s Equality Information and Objectives Scheme alongside which this policy should be read. You can read more here.
E-safety & Acceptable use
* Please note the E-Safety policy is currently under review but is still a working document*
This policy is a safeguarding policy. Consequently the Headteacher, who is the Senior Designated Professional (SDP) for safeguarding, has overall responsibility for E-safety, read more.
First Aid Policy
To be a good employer, Norfolk County Council (NCC) must have sound health and safety management policies and procedures. NCC’s future and success depends on a productive, safe and healthy workforce. In addition NCC recognises that it has a responsibility to protect employees and others who may be affected by its business against the risk of injury or ill health. Read more here.
Freedom of Information Policy
One of the aims of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (which is referred to as FOIA in the rest of this document) is that public authorities, including all maintained schools, should be clear and proactive about the information they will make public. Click here for more information.
Health and Safety
Effective health and safety management is integral to delivering our ambition for excellence in education and our performance as a school. Our overall objective is to provide and maintain a safe and healthy environment for our staff and pupils and others with whom we work, read more here.
Homework activities will be set to cover a broad range of curriculum areas. Maths, English and SEAL activities will be given at least once each half term to practise key skills. More information on our homework policy can be found here.
LDC SRB Policy
This policy is a statement of the aims, principles and practice for Browick Road Primary School’s SRB for Speech and Language, the Language Development Centre (LDC). It has been drawn up with regard to documentation prepared by Norfolk Children’s Services, in consultation with Browick Road Primary School Staff and Governors, and the Speech and Language Therapy Service. More here.
The purpose of Browick Road Primary School’s safeguarding policy is to ensure every child who is a registered pupil at our school is safe and protected from harm, view the policy here.
If you have any concerns about the financial management or safeguarding (staff conduct) at the school, please click on the link here for the Whistleblowing procedures.
The Wymondham Cluster of schools is committed to providing a full and effective education to all pupils and embraces the concept of equal opportunities for all. We have developed this as a Cluster Policy in order to give a consistent response to all pupils and families in our care. More can be found here.
Teaching and Learning Policy
A more able child, as defined by our school, is a child who achieves, or who has the ability to achieve, at a level significantly in advance of his/her peer group, in any particular area. Read more about our Teaching and Learning policy.