Rushen Primary School

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Acceptable Use Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Isle of Man Department of Education ICT Acceptable Use Policy You will not use school ICT equipment until you have signed this document. These rules apply to all equipment. I know that these rules will apply to me at all times when I am using either provided ICT equipment in s…

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Anti Bullying Policy
Updated

ANTI - BULLYING POLICY The Isle of Man Education Act 2001 demands that every school has an Anti-Bullying Policy When the Isle of Man Children’s Plan was created, the feed back from the focus groups of children interviewed when putting the plan together indicated that bullying, or the fear of bullyi…

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Asthma Policy
Updated

Asthma Policy In accordance with the School Health Department, the school maintains a register of all pupils diagnosed with asthma. Copies of this list are kept in the school office Aims • to encourage and help participate fully in all aspects of school life; • to recognise that asthma can be a ser…

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Behaviour Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Behaviour Policy Aims • To create an environment where everyone feels safe, free, cared for and in which pupils will be able to work effectively to achieve their potential. • To foster respect for ourselves, other peers and members of the community and for the buildings and en…

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Child Protection Policy
Updated

Child Protection Policy Safeguarding Officer Suzanne Owens, Headteacher Deputy Safeguarding Officer Helen Wardman, Deputy Headteacher EHAS CWAN Debs Crennell Social Services Duty Officer 686179 1: INTRODUCTION Child Protection Policy Statement 1.1 Rushen Primary School takes its duty towards all it…

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Complaints Policy
Updated

Complaints Procedure Department of Education and Children Rheynn Ynsee as Paitchyn ‘Putting Learning First’ Complaints Procedure No matter how hard an organisation tries, there will be occasions where it receives complaints about its service. When complaints are received, it is important that these…

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E Safety Policy
Updated

What is e-safety? E-safety is safeguarding children in a digital world - ensuring that they feel safe, that they understand the risks as well as the benefits of being online both in and out of school. DEC ICT have created an array of supporting materials to support all aspects of Internet safety, s…

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Epipen Policy
Updated

Policy for Epipens In accordance with the School Health Department, the school maintains a register of all pupils diagnosed as needing emergency adrenalin. (Epipens) Information about individual children is kept on the wall of the school office. Photographic identification of the child is kept with…

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Equal Opportunities Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Equal Opportunities Policy We aim, within Rushen Primary School, to provide equality of opportunity for all children whatever their age, ability, gender, race or background. We want all our pupils to achieve their full potential during their time with us. As such, we work to e…

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Health and Safety Policy
Updated

SECTION A ~ GENERAL STATEMENT OF POLICY 1.00 Introduction 1.10 The school recognises that it has a responsibility for the health, safety and welfare of all employees and the health and safety of pupils and visitors to the school. The Department of Education and Children's General Health and Safety…

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Mathematics Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Mathematics Policy Statement Aims • To provide a secure, happy and caring environment in which pupils are encouraged to achieve their full academic and personal potential in maths. • To provide a high quality, stimulating environment in which children will be motivated and dev…

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Personal, Social and Health (PSHE) Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Personal, Social and Health Education. Personal, Social and Health Education (hereafter denoted as PSHE) is the promotion of personal qualities, skills, attitudes and values which enable individuals to think for themselves, manage relationships with others, understand moral is…

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Pupil Voice
Updated

Purpose and Aims At Rushen Primary we value each child and aim to build relationships of trust and mutual respect, where pupils are encouraged to take an active part in the decision making process. We aim to offer a safe, happy and fair learning environment and believe pupils have the right to be l…

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Safeguarding Policy
Updated

Rushen Primary School Safeguarding Policy To comply with the Isle of Man Children’s Plan and to ensure that we properly protect the children attending Rushen Primary School, the Safeguarding policies of the Isle of Man Department of Education and Children will be wholly adopted by the school. The p…

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Teaching for Learning Policy
Updated

Teaching for Learning Policy This document is a statement of the aims that we have for teaching and learning at Rushen Primary School, it should be read in conjunction with the Freedom to Flourish document. The Aims of Rushen School are: To offer children a caring and nurturing environment. To incl…

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