Oldfield Primary School & Nursery part of the Brontë Academy Trust

Putting Children First

Part of Bronte Academy Trust

Policies & Guidance:  

 

In the absence of our own published documents, you can find our Trust policies here

 

Academy Complaints Procedures (Trust)

Accessibility-policy-plan-reviewed-feb-24.docx

Admissions---Nursery-24 

Assessment-guidance OPS.docx

Attendance Policy (Trust)

Behaviour Policy Oldfield

Calculation Policy 2 (Multiplication)

Educational Visits Policy

Emergency-plan 23.docx

English-writing-Guidance Oldfield.doc

Finance Policy (Trust)

Health-and-safety-policy-24-oldfield (2).docx

PSHE & RSHE Policy (1).docx

oldfield-phonics-and-reading-policy-sept-2023 Oldfield.doc

oldfield-safeguarding-child-protection-and-prevent-duty-policy-2023-final.docx

SEND Policy (Trust)

 

  

Guidance:

Summary table of responsibilities for school attendance
Working together to improve school attendance

 

Please note: 

Pupils are not permitted to wear Smart Watches or other similar style watches with internet connectivity for safeguarding reasons. These are not suitable for wearing in school for a number of reasons. Many of these watches have internet connectivity and cameras, which if used within school could pose a safeguarding risk. Whilst we appreciate that smartwatches can be disabled allowing only the time element to be operational, staff cannot keep a check on connectivity. They are also costly items, which could easily be damaged or go missing.

 

We take Nursery age children either full or part time the term after they are three, if places are available. Under exceptional circumstances we may look to take children as soon as they turn 3. This is discussed with senior staff of the Trust in line with our admission policies. 

Examples of exceptional may include:
  • Looked after children
  • Children subject to care orders
  • Children under social care support such as child in need plans
  • Vulnerable families where attendance at school is advantageous. This may include families under early help for example.
  • Refugee children
  • Children with EHCP plans  
The list is not exhaustive