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School policies and procedures

Pupil working

Our policies and procedures

Church Lawton School has policies and procedures that set out how we work with you and your child. We are always happy to explain or discuss them with you.

Listed below are all the policies of the school. All policies are produced under the NAS Academies Trust and can be downloaded from the Trust policy page. In addition, download our annual report.

Policy development policy NASAT 001
Admissions policy NASAT 002
Recruitment Policy NASAT 003
Behaviour and RPI policy NASAT 004
Safeguarding children policy NASAT 005
Assessment policy NASAT 006
SEND and inclusion policy NASAT 007
Curriculum policy NASAT 008
Personal and social development policy NASAT 009
Equal opportunities policy NASAT 010
Complaints policy NASAT 011
Health and safety policy NASAT 012
Staff supervision and management policy NASAT 013
Exclusion policy NASAT 014
E-safety policy NASAT 015
Sex and relationships policy NASAT 016
Data protection policy NASAT 017
Quality monitoring policy NASAT 018
Anti-bullying policy NASAT 019
Supporting students with medical needs NASAT 020
Website policy NASAT 021
Teaching and learning policy NASAT 022

Localised procedures

Each procedure is specific to Church Lawton School. To download the procedures, click on the links below.

Accessibility plan

Anti-bullying procedure

Annual review and EHCP conversion procedure

Assessment and recording procedure

Attendance Policy 

Behaviour policy

Charging and remissions policy

Educational visits and community-based learning

Exclusion policy

Fire policy for visitors

First Aid policy

Lettings policy

Marking procedure

Managing medications policy

Online safety policy

PREVENT duty referral protocol

Safeguarding children policy

School ICT code of practice

Sex and relationships policy

Social media policy

Internet safety

Safer Internet Day – conversation starters for parents and carers

Safer Internet Day – factsheet for parents and carers

Safer Internet Day – presentation for parents and carers

Online safety guidance for parents