Quinton House School is committed to the safety, physical and emotional wellbeing of its pupils. The school takes proactive measures to ensure the protection of all pupils is consistent with the values, principles and procedures which prevail in our daily interactions with them.
Policy documents can be downloaded by clicking on the links below. Copies of other School Policies can be obtained from the School Office. These include supporting pupils with medical conditions policy and prevention and control of infection and communicable diseases procedures.
The number of formal complaints received by Quinton House School can be provided on application to the Principal.
Our Complaint Procedure is available below. To make a complaint please complete and return the Complaint Form, which can also be downloaded below.
Under the Data Protection Act Quinton House School processes ‘personal data’ including ‘sensitive personal data’ (such as medical information), for the purposes of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils parents and staff and where necessary, for the legitimate interests of the School. The School seeks to ensure that all relevant legal obligations of the School, parents and pupils are complied with and that all processing of data is done lawfully and fairly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The school has a comprehensive policy covering data governance and is registered with the Information Commissioners office. Please address any enquiries to the School office.
|Admissions, Attendance and Children Missing from Education Policy||View/Download|
|Behaviour Policy and Statement of Principles||View/Download|
|Digital Safety Policy||View/Download|
|Drug and Alcohol Policy||View/Download|
|Educational Visits Policy||View/Download|
|First Aid Policy||View/Download|
|Health & Safety Policy||View/Download|
|Pupil Supervision Policy and Lost & Missing Children Policy||View/Download|
|Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy||View/Download|
|Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy||View/Download|
|Safeguarding: Risk Assessment Welfare Health and Safety Policy||View/Download|
|Special Educational Needs Policy||View/Download|
|Safer Recruitment Policy||View/Download|
Together we can stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. Cognita Schools has signed up to eradicate bullying in our schools, working in partnership as an associate member of the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA); based at the renowned charity, the National Children’s Bureau in London. ABA is a coalition of organisations and individuals working together to stop bullying. ABA coordinates anti-bullying week each November and is the national voice for evidence-based practice in this field. We access specialist training for all our schools, respect difference and welcome diversity. Our schools’ anti-bullying policies support the values of ABA. We believe that bullying in any form is wrong and should not be tolerated. It is a behaviour choice and anyone can be encouraged to change their behaviour. We believe that children have the right to feel safe, secure and valued and that creating a safe environment and dealing with bullying is everyone’s responsibility. We support a range of positive strategies in our schools to tackle and prevent bullying. We actively challenge the use of humiliation, fear, ridicule and other similar approaches. Our policy is implemented whenever the school is responsible for the conduct and welfare of children. As successful schools, we create an environment that prevents bullying from being a serious problem in the first place. Schools that excel at tackling bullying have created an ethos of good behaviour where pupils treat one another and school staff with respect because they know it is the right way to behave.
Find out more about the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
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