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School Policies

We have a large number of school policies which help to inform our good practice and ensure quality of learning. To view any of our policies, please click on the links below. Paper copies of any of these policies can be provided free of charge. Please contact the school if you require a paper copy.

Complaints procedure

We endeavour to provide the best education possible for all of our pupils in an open and transparent environment. We welcome any feedback that we receive from parents, pupils and third parties, and we accept that not all of this will be positive.

Where concerns are raised the school intends for these to be dealt with:

  • Fairly
  • Openly
  • Promptly
  • Without Prejudice

In order to do so, the governing board has approved the following procedure which explains what you should do if you have any concerns about the school. All members of staff will be familiar with the procedure and will be able to assist you.

Click here to read the school’s Complaints Procedure:

Data protection and freedom of information

St Nicholas School collects and uses personal information about staff, pupils, parents and other individuals who come into contact with the school. This information is gathered in order to enable it to provide education and other associated functions. In addition, there may be a legal requirement to collect and use information to ensure that the school complies with its statutory obligations.

The school’s policy is intended to ensure that personal information and requests for access are dealt with correctly and securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and other related legislation. It will apply to information regardless of the way it is collected, used, recorded, stored and destroyed, and irrespective of whether it is held in paper files or electronically.

Personal Information or data is defined as data that relates to a living individual who can be identified from that data, or other information held.

Click here to read the school’s Data Protection and Freedom of Information Policy and Procedure:

E-safety

This policy relates to St Nicholas School’s Internet facility.  The purpose of the policy is to protect children from undesirable materials on the Internet, to protect them from undesirable contacts over the Internet and to prevent unacceptable use of the Internet by children and adults.  The focus of the policy is on both personal and shared responsibility.  The policy also addresses legal obligations with respect to copyright and data protection.

Click here to read the school’s E-safety Policy:

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