School Policies

 

'We believe that all pupils, regardless of age, special needs or disability, racial/cultural heritage, religious belief and sexual orientation have the right to protection from all types of harm and abuse.'

Putney High School works in partnership with pupils, parents, child protection agencies and diverse communities to continuously develop and improve safeguarding within our school.

This approach helps to keep our pupils safe and, importantly, equips them to tackle, with confidence and enthusiasm, the challenges and opportunities of daily life.

For details of our school policies, including our policies on the Disability Act, Exclusions and First Aid, please contact the PA to the Headmistress.

Please note Putney High School is a nut-free school.

Click the links below to download the current policies:

 Admissions Policy (PDF)  Junior School Curriculum Policy (PDF)
  GDST Admissions Policy (PDF)  Junior School PE Handbook for Parents (PDF)
 Anti-bullying Policy (PDF)  Keeping Children Safe in Education (PDF) 
 Britishness Policy (PDF)  Learning Enrichment SEND Policy (PDF)
 Code of Conduct and Behaviour Policy (PDF)  Parents Complaints Procedure (PDF)
 Closure in Adverse Weather Conditions Policy (PDF)  Preventing Radicalisation (PDF)
 EAL Policy (PDF)  Pupil Whistle-blowing Policy and Procedure (PDF)
 E-Safety Policy (PDF)  Safeguarding Procedures Policy (PDF) 
 Entrance Exam SEND Policy (PDF)   Senior School Curriculum Policy (PDF)
 First Aid Policy (PDF)  Sexting in Schools - UK Council for Child Internet Safety Guidance  (PDF)
 Fixed Period and Permanent Exclusions Policy (PDF)  Senior School Rules (PDF)
 Health and Safety Policy  (PDF)  Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy (PDF)
 Health and Safety on Educational Visits Policty (PDF)  iPad Acceptable User Agreement (PDF)
 Junior School Rewards and Sanctions Policy (PDF)  
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