Our Policies

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Some policies are Trust-wide, find them here

These Trust-wide policies are:
  • Charging and Remissions
  • Complaints
  • Early Career Teacher (ECT) Induction
  • Exclusions
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Safer Recruitment
  • Whistleblowing
  • Attendance Policy

    Introduction  At Co-op Academy Parkland we recognise that positive behaviour and good attendance are central to raising standards and pupil attainment, and we are committed to working with parents, carers,…

    Behaviour and Anti-bullying Policy

    Aims This policy aims to: Provide a consistent approach to behaviour management Define what we consider to be unacceptable behaviour, including bullying Outline how pupils are expected to behave Summarise…

    Early Years Foundation Stage Policy

    Aims  This policy aims to ensure:  That children access a broad and balanced curriculum that gives them the broad range of knowledge and skills needed for good progress through school…

    Educational Visits Policy

    Overview Intent At Co-op Academy Parkland we see the benefits to learning outside the classroom and educational visits to be crucial to the ‘Catch Up’ and recovery to learning post…

    Equality Statements & Objectives

    At Co-op Academy Parkland, we’re committed to promoting equality and preventing discrimination in both employment and education provision. We will create an inclusive environment, where everyone can contribute their best…

    First Aid Policy

    Aims  The aims of our first aid policy are to:  • Ensure the health and safety of all staff, pupils and visitors  • Ensure that staff and governors are aware…

    Parent Code of Conduct

    At Co-op Academy Parkland we believe it’s important to: Work in partnership with parents to support their child’s learning Create a safe, respectful and inclusive environment for pupils, staff and…

    Positive Handling Policy

    Introduction Behaviour is always a form of communication. Understanding that children are communicating through their behaviour gives adults the opportunity to respond differently. When children feel valued, respected and have…

    Relationships and Sex Education Policy

    Aims  The aims of sex and relationship education (RSE) at our school are to:  Provide a framework in which sensitive discussions can take place  Prepare pupils for puberty, and give…

    Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

    The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is: Michelle Connors  Headteacher michelle.connors@coopacademies.co.uk The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) are: Tracey Murgatroyd Parent Involvement Worker tracey.murgatroyd@coopacademies.co.uk The Designated Teacher for Looked After and…

    School Dog Policy

    Introduction “Every school should have a dog or another pet to reduce stress in the classroom” (Sir Anthony Shelton; cited in BBC, 2019)  We strongly believe that the well-being of…

    Supporting children with medical needs

    What is the Policy for? The purpose of this policy is to make sure children and young people have successful and fulfilling lives. This policy sets out specific guidance on…