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 School Policies

 Below is a selection of relevant school policies which are reviewed regularly.

Please contact the school, should you require any clarification of the points raised.

Paper copies of the information or policies on the school website is available, free of charge, on request from the school office or by emailing enquiry@hollandh.bham.sch.uk

Policies - please click to open

Accessibility Plan Jan 2016 - Dec 2019

Admissions 2018 - 2019

Anti-Bullying Policy 2018 - 2019

Attendance Policy 2018 - 2019

BCC Guidance for Pupil Leave During Term Time Sept 2018

Calculations policy

Charging and Remissions 2018 - 2019

Child not collected from school 2018 - 2019

Collective Worship 2016 - 2018 

Complaints 2018 - 2019

Data Protection and the GDPR - Link to policy privacy notices and information 

Disability Equality Scheme 2017 - 2018

E-Safety 2017 - 2018

Equality and Diversity Policy 2016 - 2019

Freedom of Information Requests 2018 - 2019 

Homework 2017 - 2018

Marking and Feedback 2017 - 2018

No Platform Policy 2018 - 2019

Parent Code of Conduct 2018 - 2019

Preventing Radicalisation 2018 - 2019

Positive Behaviour Policy 2018 - 2019

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy for Education January 2019

 

Article 28 (right to education)
Every child has the right to an education.
Primary education must be free and
different forms of secondary education
must be available to every child. Discipline
in schools must respect children’s dignity
and their rights. Richer countries must help
poorer countries achieve this.

Article 29 (goals of education)
Education must develop every child’s
personality, talents and abilities to the
full. It must encourage the child’s respect
for human rights, as well as respect
for their parents, their own and other
cultures, and the environment.

Article 28 (right to education)
Every child has the right to an education.
Primary education must be free and
different forms of secondary education
must be available to every child. Discipline
in schools must respect children’s dignity
and their rights. Richer countries must help
poorer countries achieve this.

Article 29 (goals of education)
Education must develop every child’s
personality, talents and abilities to the
full. It must encourage the child’s respect
for human rights, as well as respect
for their parents, their own and other
cultures, and the environment.