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Policies

Brantridge School has a range of policies and procedures in place which are designed to promote a positive and comfortable learning and working environment. They are also there to ensure our students, staff and visitors remain safe at all times.

You can download our policies by clicking on the links below. Alternatively, please contact the school office if you wish to see a policy that is not listed here or would like a printed copy.

Admissions Policy

Anti Bullying Policy

Anti Radicalisation Policy

Attendance Policy

Attendance Procedure

Child Protection Adult Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Complaints Policy and Procedure

Educational Visits Policy

Equality & Diversity Policy

E-Safety Policy

Exclusions Policy

Families and Visitors Code of Conduct

Freedom of Information Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Mental Capacity and Consent Policy

Missing Child Policy

Positive Behaviour Policy

Recruitment and Selection Policy and Procedure

Relationships and Sex Education Policy

SEND Policy

Staff Code of Conduct

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

The communication between home and school is excellent.

 

Latest News

World Book Day

At Brantridge School we celebrate World Book Day every year. Pupils and staff dress as their favourite book characters. This year was no different, we had a range of book related activities from drawing your own Fantastic Beast to a …

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Final Consultation Report – Brantridge School to Co-educational provision

The school recently consulted, between Monday 21st January 2019 and Friday 8th March 2019, on a proposal to move to co-educational provision. The rationale for this change is to meet local need by providing high quality specialist education for children …

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Consultation on the proposal to change Brantridge School to Co-educational provision

The school wishes to move to Co-educational provision. The rationale for this change is to meet local need by providing high quality specialist education for children and young people of both sexes with a diagnosis of social, emotional and mental …

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Jumping for joy!

Staff and pupils are pleased to be supporting a community interest company called Sports for Champions. As part of this Ezekiel Ewulo, a long jumper from Nigeria, spent a morning at school. He delivered an assembly on resilience and the hard work it has …

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