Policy Documents

Moira House has a number of policies which are regularly reviewed. The majority of these can be found below.

Boarding Policies Documents

Boarders and Crisis Management policy

Boarding schools National Minimum Standards

Homesickness policy

Education Policy Documents

Academic monitoring and self review policy

Assessment marking recording and reporting policy

British Values policy

Careers Education and Guidance policy

Class size policy

Classroom practice policy

Controlled Assessment (GCSE) policy

Curriculum policy

DfE_Health and safety advice on legal duties and powers

Differentiation policy

Display policy

Education in the Foundation Stage policy

Educational Visits policy

English as an Additional Language policy

Examinations policy

Extra-Curricular Activities policy

Gifted and Talented children policy

Homework policy

Learning and Teaching policy

Parents’ Evenings policy

Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education policy

Raising standards policy

Sex and relationships education (SRE) policy

Special Educational Needs and Disability policy

Health & Safety Policy Documents

First Risk Prevention Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Health and Safety Employee Handbook

Health and Safety Management System

Risk Assessment Policy

Human Resources

Accessibility plan 2016-19

Communications policy

Safer recruitment and selection policy

IT Policy Documents

Bring your own device (BYOD) policy for staff and visitors policy

Bring your own device (BYOD) policy for students policy

Copyright policy

Data protection policy

e-safety policy

ICT Acceptable Use policy

Photography policy

Record keeping policy

Social media policy

Medical Documents

Asthma Emergency policy

Communicable Diseases policy

Diabetes policy

Eating disorders policy

Epilepsy policy

First Aid policy

Flu pandemic policy

Head lice policy

HIVS infection or AIDS policy

Medicines policy

Mental Health policy

Prevention of Infectious Diseases and Management of Blood and Body Fluids policy

Severe Allergic Reaction (Anaphylaxis) policy

Supporting pupils with medical conditions policy

Nursery Policy Documents

Arrivals and Departures policy

Behaviour management policy

Bereavement policy

Biting policy

Camera and mobile phone policy policy

Caring for babies and toddlers policy

Conflict resolution policy

Food and drink policy

Intimate care policy

Key person policy

Non collection policy

Outdoor play policy

Outings policy

Parental involvement policy

Planning and assessment policy

Safe care and practice policy

Settling in policy

Sickness, illness and injury policy

Sleeping policy

Student placement policy

Sun care policy

Supervision policy

Transitions policy

Use of dummies policy

Weapon and superhero play policy

Pastoral

Anti-bullying policy

Appropriate touch policy

Attendance policy

Behaviour, rewards and sanctions policy

Collective worship policy

Complaints policy (Parents)

Complaints policy (Pupils)

Drugs and Alcohol policy

Equal opportunities policy

Missing pupils policy

Pastoral Care

Recruitment of proprietors, governors, trustees and volunteers policy

Search policy

Smoking policy

Supervision policy

Uniform

SMSC Policy

Safeguarding Policy Documents

Dealing with a critical incident policy

Lockdown policy

Managing allegations against staff policy

Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Safeguarding policy

Safeguarding policy

Visitors policy

School Council

Admissions policy

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