School Policies

 

To meet legal guidelines and ensure consistency at Sneinton C of E, the school maintains a range of policies.

Please follow the policy links below to access a selection of policies from those available in school.

Accessibility Plan

Anti-Bullying Policy

Behaviour Policy

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Complaints Procedure 

Charging Policy  

Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy (SEN) 

Sex Education Policy

Health and Safety

Medical Needs Policy

Attendance

Whistleblowing Policy

International Policy


Aims of the School
As a Christian school seeking to fulfil the Mission of the school, the Governors and Staff have agreed the following aims.

  • To create excellent relationships among all who are involved with the school
  • To create positive purposeful relationships throughout the school community
  • To value and respect people equally
  • To provide a welcoming and stimulating environment in which all feel happy and secure
  • To develop a knowledge and understanding of the worship and teaching practices of the Church of England
  • To promote opportunities for children to succeed and reach their full potential
  • To create an ethos which celebrates achievement and recognises personal success


To view our Scheme of Delegation, please click here.  

 

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Designated Safeguarding Leads
Kelly Lee and Lindsay Clark. 

 

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