School Policies

The school has in place the following policies:

This school operates to a number of statutory and non-statutory Trust-wide and school-specific policies:  

 

Trust-Wide Statutory Policies:

Please follow the link below to reference all Trust-wide statutory policies that apply to this school. This includes the Admissions Policy, the Complaints Procedure and others.

 

https://solamat.co.uk/Policies/MAT-Policies/

 

School-Specific Statutory Policies

The following statutory policies are school-specific and outline arrangements in place and ratified by the Local Governing Body, for Pratts Bottom Primary School:

 

Behaviour Policy

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

SEND Policy

 

Other School Policies

Pratts Bottom also operates the following policies. If you would like access to any additional school policies that are not listed, please contact the School Office on officepbps@solamat.co.uk to request a copy:

 

 

School Procedures and Risk Assessment

 

Pratts Bottom also operates the following procedures:

 

Snow & Bad Weather

Letting Policy

COVID Catch-Up Premium Plan

 

Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you require further information

E-Safety

E-SAFETY

As the Internet becomes ever more accessible, it is important to remember about using the Internet safely. The term e-safety is used to cover this area. 

Good practices include, keeping your username and password safe and not sharing it with others, as well as, to tell a trusted adult if someone or something has made you uncomfortable or worried whilst on the Internet.

There are many websites out there to help you to safeguard online, below are some useful websites:

Google Safety Centre

Yahoo Safety Centre

CEOP's Thinkuknow

NSPCC Parental Controls 

Safer Internet Centre

Social Media Advice

CEOP COMMAND

The NCA’s CEOP Command is here to help children and young people. They are here to help, if you are a young person and you or your friend have been forced or tricked into doing something online, or in the real world. 

They also have advice and links to support for other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying and hacking. Click here to visit their site 

DITTO - Online Safety Newsletter

January Edition 2018