GDPR - Data Protection
- Data Protection Policy May 2018
- Privacy Notice for Parents and Carers May 2018
- Privacy Notice - how we use pupils' information May 2018
- Privacy Notice for Workforce May 2018
- Privacy notice for Governors and Volunteers May 2018
- Privacy Notice for Job Applicants May 2018
Freedom of Information for Rose Hill Primary
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy 2017
The school follows the policy recommended by the County Council and the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board. The policy covers areas of recent public concern such as FGM and forced marriage.
Anti-Bullying Policy 2016
At Rose Hill Primary School we take bullying very seriously. We do not tolerate bullying in any form and teach all children that nobody deserves to be bullied. We are a TELLING school: we encourage all members of our
school community to report bullying.
Dignity at Work Policy
Oxfordshire County Council is committed to the provision of a healthy, safe and productive working environment for all its employees, prospective employees and others working in, or visiting its buildings.
Model Whistleblowing Procedure for Schools
This is Oxfordshire County Council's Whistleblowing Procedure, which forms part of our school's Dignity at Work Policy.
Code of Conduct
This document details the expected conduct of staff at Rose Hill Primary School with the intention of encouraging staff to achieve the highest standards of conduct at work. (to follow)
The Governors of Rose Hill School have adopted the following procedure to deal with formal complaints from members of the school community or general public.
Equality Policy and Plan
Rose Hill Primary School is committed to ensuring that the principles and practises of equality are
understood by all.
Children missing education statutory guidance
Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) Policy 2017-2018 - see SEN Page
Health and Safety Guidelines
Our school follows the Oxfordshire County Council Policy with regard to the administration of medication to pupils. Only prescribed medication can be administered by staff members when the appropriate Medical Form has been completed by the child's parent or guardian.
British Values Statement
Whole School Attendance Policy
Supporting Children with Medical Needs Policy
Whole school behaviour and relationship policy