Granard Primary School
"Growing together; Achieving together"
The school will be closed to most children from the 4th January 2021 in line with Government Guidance.
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School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference.
Accessibility Plan and Equality and Diversity Scheme to be reviewed January 2022
Anti Bullying Policy to be reviewed in September 2023
Arrangements for Child Protection and Safeguarding during COVID-19 School Closures - June 2020.pdf
Assessment Policy to be reviewed 2023
Attendance Policy to be reviewed in October 2021
Behaviour Policy to be reviewed January 2022
Charging and Remissions Policy to be reviewed October 2023
Child Protection Policy to be reviewed in September 2021
Complaints Policy currently under review
Curriculum Policy to be reviewed October 2021
Data Protection Policy currently under review
Educational Visits Policy to be reviewed in September 2021
Equality Policy to be reviewed in June 2021
EYFS Policy to be reviewed February 2022
FOI Publication Scheme to be reviewed in February 2023
Home School Agreement
Homework Policy to be reviewed October 2023
Keeping Children Safe in Education - September 2020.pdf
Nursery Admission Policy and Criteria for Places
PSHE Policy to be reviewed May 2023
Ramadan Fasting Policy to be reviewed June 2022
RE Policy to be reviewed January 2024
RSE Policy to be reviewed in July 2021
Safeguarding Policy to be reviewed in September 2021
SEN and Disability Policy to be reviewed October 2023
Supporting Children with Medical Condition Policy to be reviewed in May 2021
Unreasonable Complaints Policy to be reviewed in June 2021
Governors Secure Zone
Mabel - our 'School Therapy Dog'
Meet the Staff
Service Standards Agreements
Vision, Values and Aims
Wandsworth Primary Schools' Consortium
All Statutory Information
GDPR (The General Data Protection Regulations) and Privacy Notices
Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM)
Ofsted Reports and Parent View
PE and Sport Premuim
School Improvement Plan
What should I do if I am concerned about my child's progress or special educational needs?
How does the school decide whether a child has a special educational need and what extra help they require?
How will I know how my child is doing and how will you help me to support my child's learning?
How will my child be involved in and consulted about how their special educational needs are met and what progress they are making?
How do you assess and review my child’s progress?
How is teaching and the curriculum adapted to my child’s needs?
How we support children with Speech, Language and Communication needs.
How we support children with their emotional wellbeing.
How do we promote positive behaviour?
What training and specialist skills do the staff supporting children with SEND have or are having?
What do you do to make the school environment and curriculum accessible for all children?
How will the school prepare my child to join Granard or transfer to a new school?
How will my child be included in activities outside of the classroom?
What specialist services from outside does the school use to help meet children’s needs and how do you work together?
What will you do if my child has medical needs?
What should I do if I am unhappy with my child’s support or progress?
Where can I go for further advice and support?
Teaching and Learning
Our School Day
Independence and Social Targets
Years 1 and 2
Topic (Geography and History)
Things to experience
Letters to Parents
Plans in place to ensure that we comply with Government guidance
Breakfast Club and After School Care
Code of Conduct for Parents
First News Magazine
Home School Agreement
Online Payments and Bookings
Requests for paper copies
Secondary School Placements
Useful Website Links for Parents
Useful Website Links
Useful Learning Websites
News and Events
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