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School policies and procedures

Robert Ogden School has policies and procedures that set out how we work with you and your child. 

The National Autistic Society's policies apply to all their schools and we have some local policies and procedures for Robert Ogden School – they will all automatically download when you click on them.

We are always happy to explain or discuss them with you.

National Autistic Society Policies

Accessibility in schools

Admissions, remissions and exclusions

Anti-bullying in schools and children and young people's services

Attendance in schools policy

Positive behaviour support

Business continuity

British values statement

Capability management policy 

Compliments, comments and complaints

Data protection

Grievance management

Missing child

The National Autistic Society services staff conduct and integrity policy

Curriculum

Online Safety

Parents and schools in partnership policy

Pay progression policy

Equality Opportunities and Diversity

Recruitment and selection policy

Safeguarding children

Special educational needs 

Safeguarding adults policy

Safe management of medication policy

Sex education relationships policy

Use of Restrictive Physical Intervention (RPI) in National Autistic Society schools and services policy

Whistleblowing policy

Safeguarding

Safeguarding: child sexual exploitation/grooming – statement 

Safeguarding procedure

Our online safety page

Online Safety -  school policy and procedure

Online safety code of conduct for less able pupils (with symbols) 

Online safety code of practice for use of the school network by pupils 

Prevent strategy

Mobile phone

Premises management documents

Asbestos policy

Electricity policy

Fire safety

Gas safety policy

Health and safety

Health and safety responsibilities

Health and safety statement of intent

Localised school policies

Access plan 2014 2017

Access plan 2017- 2019

Bad weather 

Curriculum

Marking policy

Privacy statement – how we use pupil data

SMSC

Supporting statement for Theme days

Teaching children who speak English as an additional language (EAL)