Policies & Procedures
Child Protection and Safeguarding Children
Designated Safeguarding Lead: Jane Neale
Deputy Safeguarding Lead: Andy Lomax, Rebecca Hunter, Cath Ward, Naomi Fearon and Sarah Makin.
Reddish Hall School has Safeguarding and Child Protection procedures, policy documents and a training programme that incorporates Government and Policy Legislation. Staff are given a copy of the Child Protection Procedures. Staff receive annual training from an outside consultant. Parents/carers, social workers, placing authorities and other significant people are offered a copy of the Child Protection policy.
Reddish Hall School provides policy guidance, which sets out clear guidelines and expectations in the school with regards to appropriate relationships between all staff and the children. At Reddish Hall School we provide a very caring and professional setting in which the children will be given full emotional support without it being detrimental to their safety and well-being. All staff are aware of their responsibilities for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.
Reddish Hall School has a duty of care and therefore a responsibility to pass on any child protection and safeguarding concerns to the relevant children’s social care services.
We take all complaints seriously. We have a full complaints policy and procedure which is available from the school office or for download below. Initial complaints should be made to the Headteacher, Sarah Makin via telephone on 0161 442 1197 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the complaint is concerning the Headteacher, please contact Lynette Edwards, Assistant Director – Education on 01204 522667. An appeals process is included in this policy.
There were 1 complaint in the academic year 2020/2021.
Download our latest Complaints Policy for further information.
To view a policy, please click on the links below:
- Admissions Policy (November 2021)
- Anti-Bullying Policy (January 2022)
- Peer on Peer Policy (August 2021)
- Curriculum Policy (January 2022)
- Careers and Employability Policy (March 2022)
- Marking and Feedback Policy (February 2022)
- Teaching and Learning Policy (February 2022)
- Reading and English Policy (February 2022)
- English as an Additional Language Policy (November 2021)
- Exclusions Policy (November 2021)
- Health and Safety Policy (March 2022)
- COVID-19 Risk Assessment (September 2021)
- Managing Allegations Procedure (March 2022)
- Promoting Good Behaviour & Discipline Policy (October 2021)
- Relationships, Sex and Health Education Policy (March 2022)
- First Aid Policy (February 2022)
- SEN Policy – including EHC Plans (September 2021)
- SEN Information Report (in light of COVID-19)
- Safeguarding Policy (August 2021)
- Safeguarding Policy – Appendix 1 COVID-19 (January 2021)
- Remote Learning policy (Summer 2021)
- Remote learning at Reddish Hall School (Summer 2021)
- Uniform Policy (October 2021)
Full details of the following policies are available on request by contacting the school office:
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