Welcome to Costessey Junior School

Policies

We have a number of policies that guide what we do at Costessey Junior School.  We are constantly reviewing them with staff and governors to make sure they continue to be effective.

Below you can find a list of our school policies:

Admissions Policy

Admissions policy 2017

Parents guide to admission to schools in Norfolk 2017

Charging and Remissions Policy

More information on our Charging and Remissions Policy 2016 can be found here.

Data Protection Policy

More information on the Data Protection Policy can be found here

Complaints Procedure

More information on our complaints procedure can be found here.

Sporting Premium Policy

Sports Premium Funding 2017-18

Sex and Relationships Education Policy

More information on the Sex and Relationships Education Policy can be found here

 

School Travel Policy

More information on our Travel Policy can be found here

Safeguarding Policy

At Costessey Junior School we take safeguarding very seriously.  We understand that the safety of your child is one of our most important jobs.  To find out how we keep your child save download and read our Safeguarding Policy, if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the school.  More information on Safeguarding can be found here

Equality Policy

At Costessey Junior School we are committed to equality of opportunity for all, our pupils, our staff and the wider school community. More information on Equality Statement and Objectives can be found here

Behaviour Policy

The aim of this policy is to set out how we help children become aware of their behaviour and how the consequence of this affects their learning, the learning of others and their environment, acknowledging our legal responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 in respect of safeguarding and pupils with special educational needs (SEN).

Our approach is one of promoting values of good behaviour within an ethos which fosters discipline and mutual respect between pupils, and between staff and pupils. We do this by providing strategies to assist children in demonstrating the ‘5Rs’ – resilience, readiness, resourcefulness, reflectiveness and responsibility; giving children clear, positive guidelines as well as supportive programmes to rectify poor behaviour. Our success is measured not only by a reduction in incidents but also by how we deal with them. For more information on the Behaviour-and-Anti-Bullying-Policy 2018 can be found here.