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Policies: Policies

Acceptable User Guide for Students

School Accessibility Plan 2018-2021 

Anti Bullying Policy

Behaviour Policy

Careers Offer 

Careers Policy 

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 

Children in Care Policy 

Charging Policy

Cyberbullying Policy

Data Protection 2018/19

E-Safety Policy

Emergency Snow Closure Procedure

Exclusions Policy

Healthy Lunchbox and Snack Policy 

Homework Policy

Mutual Respect Policy

Pupil Premium Policy

Race Equality Policy

Single Equality Scheme

Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy 

SEND School Information Report and Offer 2018-2019

Supporting Students at School with Medical Conditions Policy 

Uniform 

Use of Images Policy 

Visitors Policy 

 

Procedure for complaining about educational concerns

All schools are required to have a procedure to deal with any complaints relating to the school or any community facilities or services that the school provides.  You are entitled to request a copy of this procedure.

Local Resolution (Stage 1)
If you have a complaint about your child’s learning or welfare in school your child’s class teacher or head of year is the best person to talk to first.

Complaining to the Head (Stage 2)
If you are not satisfied with their response, you can talk to the Head or you may wish to make a formal written complaint to the Head.

Complaining to the Chair of Governors (Stage 3)
If you are not satisfied with the response of the headteacher or the complaint is about the headteacher, you should write to the Chair of Governors to request that your complaint is considered further.

Complaining to the Governing Board (Stage 4)
If your complaint is not resolved the next stage is to approach the governing board of your child’s school.  All complaints to the governing board must be in writing.  The governing board may need to have a special governors’ complaints panel to discuss your complaint.  The school complaint policy will set out the process and procedures the school has agreed to follow.

If you believe that your school’s governing board has acted unreasonably you can complain to the Secretary of State in the Department for Education.
The Secretary of State
Department for Education
Sanctuary Buildings
Great Smith Street
London SW1P 3BT
Telephone: 0370 000 2288
Website: Department for Education
Note:  The Department for Education do not usually investigate concerns if your child no longer attends the school where the incident took place.

 

Admissions to Richard Lander School, including the setting of the oversubscription criteria, are handled by the Local Authority (the Admissions Authority).  Parents are advised to read the Local Authority’s Admissions policy which can be found at: www.cornwall.gov.uk/admissions

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