At Mobberley CE Primary School we want all members of the school community to participate and enjoy school life. A full set of policies are available from school, the following are representative of our approach:
Overview: Behaviour Policy
Good behaviour is central to all we do in this school. High standards of behaviour will be expected and promoted at all times in lessons and throughout every aspect of the school’s life. We will work in partnership with parents to ensure that the school’s values become central to the lives of learners. Home and School Agreements will promote this policy.
Overview: Anti-Bullying Policy
Our school believes that its pupils have the right to learn (and play) in a supportive, caring and safe environment, without fear of being bullied. Bullying is defined as the deliberate desire to hurt, threaten or frighten someone. Bullying behaviour is usually conscious and wilful and continues over a period of time generally forming a pattern of behaviour (rather than an isolated incident).
Overview: Pupil Premium Policy
Pupil premium is an additional sum of money used to provide support for identified pupils.
Overview: SEND Policy
SEND is Special Educational Needs & Disability.
Overview: Safeguarding Children Policy
Overview: Charging Policy
All education during school hours is free. To enrich the curriculum some activities are offered in addition to the normal curriculum during the school day. Voluntary contributions may be requested in order for these to take place.
Activities arranged outside the school day may be charged for.
Overview: Attendance Policy
At Mobberley CE Primary School we seek inclusive practice for all members of the school community. Parents and careres are responsible for ensuring that their child attends school regularly, punctually and properly equipped and in a fit condition to learn. We work with outside agencies to encourage outstanding attendance for all pupils.
Overview: Complaints Policy
Our school polisy is based on the Cheshire East model. This policy takes into account the current Department for Education guidance.
Overview: Admissions Process
Please read the following document for relevant information on our Annual Reception Class and In Year Admissions processes.