Policies

Here we find policies from the school that may be of use to parents.  The original signed policies are available in the school office.
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A structure for managing behaviour within school.
Everyone with The Jubilee Federation has the right to feel welcome, secure and happy. Only if this is the case will all members of the school community be able to achieve to their maximum potential.
We believe that children can reach their full potential only by receiving full time education, through regular and structured attendance.
In the schools of The Jubilee Federation we believe that Collective Worship plays a very important role in the life of our school.
If you have any concerns please come and see us and discuss them face to face. However, in the document attached you can find the federation complaints' procedure.
Marking is a significant form of communication between the child and the audience. It is an acknowledgement of the achievements of the individual child and should be used to encourage.
All teaching and subsequent learning have their foundations in the school aims. Pupil learning is the core purpose of the school.
We aim to enable children to develop spiritual understanding, to begin to comprehend what it means to be a person of faith, and to accept and value those whose commitments, values and ways of life are different from their own.
We recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils. We endeavour to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued.
Policy regarding any work that pupils are asked to do outside of school, either on their own or with home support.
The purpose of the policy is to ensure that there is clarity over those items which the school will provide free of charge and for those items where there may be a charge.
The County Council is committed to the elimination of discrimination, and equal treatment in employment.
This single policy replaces separate policies the school has on race, disability and gender to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations.
The DfE have reinforced the need “to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.”
Document outlining the Home School Agreement for Branscombe.

Within The Jubilee Federation we consider that attending to the spiritual affirms children for who they are, rather than what they achieve so that they become well rounded and ready to take their place in society fulfilled, happy, spiritually aware and socially and emotionally engaged. We believe that spirituality is the awareness of something both within ourselves and outside ourselves; a search for meaning; an awareness of God of the transcendent; a deep awareness of the natural world; an understanding of the centrality of love, friendship and mutual respect; a search for meaning.

Spirituality is a thread which runs through every part of school life and every aspect of the curriculum. We need to encourage children to express their spirituality through language, silence, creativity and action.