Policies and Documents
This page will provide access to certain polices and other documents that are most relevant to our parents.
For further information or to see documents that are not on this page, or to request any information in paper format (free of charge), please contact us at school.
- Anti-Bullying and Harassment Policy – 2019
- Assessment for Learning Policy – 2020
- Attendance and Punctuality Policy – 2020
- Behaviour Regulation Policy – 2021
- Best Value Statement – 2021
- Care and Control Policy – 2020
- Charging and Remissions Policy – 2022
- Collective Worship Policy – 2021
- Complaints Procedure – 2020
- Curriculum Policy – 2020
- Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Policy – 2022
- Educational Visits Policy – 2021
- Equality Scheme and Objectives – 2022
- E-Safety Policy – 2020
- First Aid Policy – 2020
- ICT and Internet Acceptable Use Policy – 2021
- Intimate Care Policy – 2021
- Learning and Teaching Policy – 2020
- Medical Needs Policy – 2020
- Pupil Premium Policy – 2021
- Privacy Notice – 2018
- Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Policy – 2020
- Remote Learning Policy – 2021
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy – 2022
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy: Covid-19 Addendum – 2020
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy – 2019
- Staff Code of Conduct – 2020
- Whistleblowing and Serious Misconduct Policy – 2021
Also see our Admissions Policies on our Admissions page.
Read more about our school in our School Prospectus which gives you further information to accompany that found on this website.
The Prospectus includes our vision, mission and aims as well as information on special educational needs, the school day, attendance and punctuality, illness, medicines, partnership with parents, child protection and security, behaviour and much more.
- School Prospectus – 2021/22
We are required to publish financial information, in accordance with the latest Government guidance, stating how many school employees (if any) have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more:
St. Laurence Church Infant School has no individuals earning over £100,000.
View our school’s financial data on the government’s Schools Financial Benchmarking website, and see how it compares with other similar schools and establishments: