William Perkin CofE High School policies are covered by the Twyford CofE Academies Trust policies. These include:

Key School Policies

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Assessment Policy

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Child Protection Policy

Updated: 14/09/2023 1.37 MB

Curriculum Policy

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Equality and Diversity Objectives and Action Plan

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Online Safety Policy

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Relationships and Sex Education Policy

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SEN Policy

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SMSC Policy (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural)

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Privacy Notice for Students and Parents

Updated: 27/11/2023 216 KB
We may need to update this privacy notice for Pupils/Parents periodically so we recommend that you revisit this information from time to time. This version was last updated November 2023 and is Appendix A of the Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy.

For all other policies please see the Trust website.

Covid-19 Response

Up to date guidance can be found in our Detailed Risk Mitigation measures below:

Detailed Risk Mitigation Measures

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Please read the Twyford CofE Academies Trust documents for the Trust's Covid-19 response.

Premiums

The Pupil Premium is funding provided by the Department for Education to enhance the education of the most socio-economically deprived.

Details of the School's Pupil Premium Funding strategy for the current academic year including how it is used and to what effect is published belowThis report also includes how the Pupil Premium was spent and the effect of the expenditure for the previous academic year.

The Year 7 Catch Up Premium is funding provided by the Department for Education to help raise the attainment of pupils who have not reached level 4 in English or Maths when they start secondary school.

Details of the School's Year 7 Catch Up Funding, including how it is used and to what effect is published in the report below.

The Covid 19 Catch Up Premium is to support children and young people to catch up on missed learning caused by coronavirus (COVID 19).

Details of the School's COVID 19 Catch Up Premium for Academic Year 2020-21, how it is used and to what effect is published in the report below.

Premiums

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Charging and Remissions

The school does not charge pupils for materials or activities which are a requirement of their course.

Pupils eligible for free school meals are not charged for their midday meal.

Extra-curricular activities such as trips and school meals are charged for. Concessionary rates may be available in some cases.

All students for whom the school qualifies for Pupil Premium funding (i.e. those eligible for free school meals any time in the last 6 years or those who are a Looked After Child) are entitled to help with the cost of school trips and music lessons.

This help includes a 20% concessionary rate on educational residential trips and music lessons and an additional £100 credit each academic year towards educational trips (residential or day) and/or music lessons. The credit can be used for one trip or lesson or spread over a number. Unspent balances cannot be carried forward from one academic year to the next.

Charging Policy

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Free School Meals

Please see Free School Meals page for further information.

Paper Copy

In line with Ofsted requirements you may request a paper copy of the contents of the website from the office manager.