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Admissions Policy

This policy has been developed with the school's Christian values and principles, as a Church of England Academy School, at its foundation.

Anti Bullying Policy 2017

This policy is written mainly with students in mind but the policy equally applies to every member of the school community

Attendance Policy

Sexey’s follows the new Local Authority Code of Practice to address attendance as of the 1st September 2013.

Appraisal Capability Policy Teaching Staff November 2016

This policy sets out the framework for a clear and consistent assessment of the overall performance of teachers, including the Headteacher, and for supporting their development.

Behaviour Policy September 2017

It is a sign of good behaviour when members of the school community show through their actions that they know how to behave appropriately and understand what is expected of them.  The stated Aims and Objectives apply equally, to every aspect of our school community, boarding, classwork, sport and social activities.

Boarding Staff Supervision Policy November 2016

Supervision is a formal and recorded process through which the professional actions of staff are examined and regularly reviewed.

BTEC Policies & Procedures  

To ensure that assessment methodology is valid, reliable and does not disadvantage or advantage any group of learners or individuals.
 To ensure that the assessment procedure is open, fair and free from bias and to national standards.
 To ensure that there is accurate and detailed recording of assessment decisions.

Capability Policy Support Staff November 2016

This policy is used to deal with poor performance and applies to all support staff regardless of length of service. It does not apply to teachers, agency workers or self-employed contractors.

Children with medical conditions Policy 2015

Sexey's School is an inclusive community that aims to support and welcome students with medical conditions, providing them with the same opportunities as others at the school.

Children Missing Education Policy 2016

All children, regardless of their circumstances are entitled to a full time education which is suitable to their age, ability, aptitude and any special educational needs they may have.

Collective Worship 2016

Collective Worship is an area of Sexey’s School life which draws most strongly on its Christian foundation and the creativity of its staff and students and is strongly rooted in the tenets of the Christian faith. It is one of the means whereby Christian values and principles may be reflected and affirmed.

Community Cohesion

The Governing Body of Sexey’s School recognises its responsibility to promote community cohesion and shares its commitment with the whole school community.

Curriculum Policy March 2017

This policy has been developed with the school’s Christian values and principles, as a Church of England Academy.

General Complaints Procedure 2016

The complaints procedure – applies only to a matter relating to a student currently attending the school

Critical Incidents Contingency Plan

Critical Incidents Contingency Plan.

Critical Incidents Policy

A critical incident is an abnormal, unpredictable or unforeseen situation, which is beyond the scope of the everyday operation of the school.

Data Protection Policy

The Headteacher, and Governors, of this School intend to comply fully with the requirements, and principles, of the Data Protection Act 1984 and the Data Protection Act 1988. All staff involved with the collection, processing and disclosure of personal data are aware of their duties and responsibilities within these guidelines.

Drugs Policy 2017

Drug misuse is a major threat to individuals, families and the wider community. Young people are influenced by their parents, youth culture, the media, their peers and others. Education can play a key role in ensuring that young people know the risks of drug taking and have the knowledge and skills to resist. Schools have a responsibility to consider their response to drug misuse, working in partnership with health and social services, the police and other agencies.

Emergency Evacuation Policy

This policy details how the centre deals with an emergency evacuation by defining staff roles and responsibilities and confirming the emergency evacuation procedure

Equalities Objectives 2016-17

Information with regard to the need to promote equality under the Equality Act 2010

Equal Opportunities Policy

No member of the school shall suffer unfair discrimination on the basis of age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership;  pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex; sexual orientation.

Equality and Diversity Policy 2016

This policy outlines the commitment of the staff, students and governors of Sexey’s School to ensure that equality of opportunity is available to all members of the school community.

Exam Policy September 2016

Sexey’s School Exams Policy  2016-2017

Health and Safety Policy

The Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 and Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 requires that the Governing Body of Sexey’s School provides a safe and healthy place of work and working environment for all its employees, for the pupils who attend the school and for all other people who come onto the premises.

Independent Advice and Guidance Policy April 2017

Careers education and guidance prepares students for the choices and transitions affecting their future and life as adults.

Missing Student Policy 2016

When a child goes missing or runs away they are at risk. Safeguarding children therefore includes protecting them from this risk.
Children’s safety is maintained as the highest priority at all times both on and off the premises. In the unlikely event of a student going missing, our missing student procedure is followed.

Physical Restraint Policy September 2016

This policy sets out the specific circumstances in which a teacher or other adult authorised by the Head Teacher may use “reasonable force” to control or restrain students.

Prevent Duty 2016

Protecting children from the risk of radicalisation is part of our wider safeguarding duties.

Provision for Pupils with Particular Religious, Dietary, Language or Cultural Needs Policy

This policy has been developed with the school’s Christian values and principles as a Church of England School, at its foundation. Sexey’s School is a socially inclusive boarding and day school for boys and girls. As a school we reflect the range of differences that exist within society. Such differences provide a range of experiences, exchanges and learning for all.


PE Kit Policy

Appropriate clothing is essential for the safe participation in physical education and Sexey’s School PE kit is students’ uniform for their physical education lessons.

Religious Education Policy April 2017

Sexey’s delivers Religious Education (RE) in line with the Somerset Locally Agreed Syllabus. Sexey’s recognises the education value of Religious Education in the school curriculum. Sexey’s also recognises the excellent contribution RE makes to Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) development across the school.

Quality Assurance 2015

1. Support all colleagues in implementing consistent high quality teaching.
2. Ensure all students experience consistent high quality learning.
3. Identify and share good practice.
4. Provide additional support where evidence suggests that it is required
5. Provide evidence to support the schools self evaluation judgements.

Risk Assessment Policy

This guidance is applicable to all those with responsibility for developing and implementing risk management strategy and undertaking risk assessments for activities which are under their control.

Recruitment Selection Disclosure Policy November 2016

The purpose of this policy is to ensure the school recruits and selects staff and volunteers of the highest calibre and quality, whilst identifying people who might abuse, or be otherwise unsuited to work with, children and young people, thereby rejecting unsuitable candidates or deterring them from applying.

Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy 2017-18

Sexey’s SEND support is used to enable and empower our students so that they develop confidence and growing independence. We consider this culture of inclusion to be everyone’s responsibility and it exists throughout the school.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy November 2016

The Governor’s of Sexey’s are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Search Policy September 2016

The Governors of Sexey’s are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Incidents at the school that may give rise to the need to conduct a search are extremely rare. This policy has been developed in response to changes in Government legislation relating to searches.

Sex & Relations Policy April 2017

Sex and Relationship Education is a key element in the School’s Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) programme, dealing with physical, moral and emotional development.

Smoke-Free Policy 2013

The policy aims to:  1. Promote and maintain a healthy environment for all who use the school and in doing so to provide consistent messages and role models to pupils.  2. Actively discourage young people from starting or continuing to smoke.

Teaching & Learning Policy September 2016

Teaching and learning are at the core of what we do. High quality learning, teaching and the best possible achievement are what we want for every student at Sexey’s. The better our shared understanding of what constitutes effective teaching and learning, the greater our success will be.

Whistleblowing Policy November 2016

We are committed to conducting our business with honesty and integrity, and we expect all staff to maintain high standards in accordance with our Code of Conduct.

Accounts Statement 2014-15

A breakdown of our accounts for the year 2014-15.

Statutory Information & Policies can be found here


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