Policies & General Information

Download our Safeguarding policy:

Safeguarding Policy 2016 – 2017


Looked After Children Policy 2016 – 2017

Download our Anti-Bullying policy:

Anti-Bullying Policy 2016 – 2017

Download our Attendance policy:

Attendance & Punctuality Policy 2016 – 2017

Charging

The school asks for voluntary contributions towards trips and school events that are related to the curriculum. These contributions represent a proportion of the cost based on the principle that every parent pays. Where parents do not pay, this is financed from our “Pupil Premium” and is NOT levied by increasing the contributions of those that DO pay. However, if contributions were to fall considerably because too many parents choose not to pay, we might not be able to send pupils on as many interesting visits as we do at the moment.

Download our Charging policy:

Charging Policy 2016-2017

Residential visits are not part of the daily curriculum and thus the school will refuse places to children whose parents do not wish to pay.

The school reserves the right to refuse to take a pupil on a trip if his/her participation may endanger the health and safety of others on the trip, or the pupil themselves.

Complaints

At Southwark Primary School, we always endeavour to work closely with all of our local community to create a harmonious and positive relationship. If you have any concerns about your child’s academic progress or their well-being please feel free to discuss this with your child’s class teacher or the assistant head teacher for their hub.

Please click below for to download our complaints procedure.

Southwark Primary School Complaints Policy

 

Whistleblowing

Please click the link below to view Southwark Primary School's Whistleblowing policy.

Southwark Primary School Draft Whistleblowing Policy 2017 2018 DRAFT