Policies aim to provide staff, pupils, parents and guardians with clear information about the organisation and the standards of behaviour expected by all members of its community. These policies enable us to work together to do the best by those in our care.

The key Active Learning Trust policies can be viewed here and are listed below.  

Scheme of Delegation, Anti-slavery & Human trafficking, Freedom of Information, Data Protection, Use of Images Policy, Safeguarding, Whistleblowing, Gifts, Equal Opportunities in Employment, Anti Fraud, Corruption and Bribery, Health and Safety & Admissions.

Some of our main school policies are shown below:

Policies

Updated: 03/02/2022 144 KB
Anti Bullying Policy 2021-24
Updated: 03/02/2022 165 KB
Attendance Policy 2021-23
Updated: 03/02/2022 721 KB
Behaviour Policy 2021-23
Updated: 20/10/2022 610 KB
Charging & Remissions Policy APPENDIX 7 June 2020
Updated: 15/11/2022 306 KB
Children in Care Policy 2020-22
Updated: 19/07/2022 257 KB
Updated: 14/05/2021 149 KB
Curriculum Policy
Updated: 03/02/2022 1005 KB
Exclusions Policy 2021-22
Updated: 13/01/2023 766 KB
Updated: 15/11/2022 132 KB
Updated: 15/11/2022 720 KB
Please note guidance within KSCIE has been updated 2022. Please see the safeguarding pages.
Updated: 01/03/2022 395 KB
Relationship & Sex Education Policy SPRING 22-24
Updated: 03/02/2022 786 KB
Remote Learning Policy 2021-22
Updated: 15/11/2022 759 KB
Updated: 03/02/2022 253 KB
Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy 2021-22
Updated: 07/10/2022 274 KB
Updated: 03/02/2022 710 KB
Whistleblowing Policy & Procedure NOV 2021

Highfield Littleport Academy works hard to forge relationships with and between the communities that it serves.  We hope that if there is an area of our practice that you are not happy with that you approach us so that we can understand your complaint and work to put things right. 

The Active Learning Trust is committed to preventing and mitigating exploitation, corruption and bribery in all its forms. We will not accept modern slavery, forced labour and human trafficking anywhere within our operations or supply chain.  Please click here for the Trust's Anti Slavery and Human Trafficking statement.

Our school travel policy can be found by clicking this link.

 

It is now a statutory requirement that all schools in England and Wales are teaching Relationship and Sex Education as a fundamental part of the curriculum.

As part of implementing the RSE curriculum, schools must consult with parents, staff and governors to ensure there is a general consensus on our approaches to policy and the curriculum content.  Our consultation took place in October 2021 and overall the feedback demonstrated that all parties were happy with the approaches to policy and curriculum content.  Only one respondent felt that the content wasn't necessary from the whole group. Click here to see the results of the consultation.  We will constantly be seeking views as our practice develops to ensure that our practice fully meets the needs of all of our learners.

The policy can be found below:

Highfield Schools RSE Policy Spring 22 - 24

 

If you would like any further help or information on any of our other school policies please do not hesitate to contact the school office.  Printed copies are available free of charge, on request.