Please click on the links in bold for full details.School Contact DetailsMember of Staff responsible for queries - Mrs GodfreyAdmissions Policy 2018/2019
This document sets out the Admission Policy and Admission Numbers for the academic year 2017/2018 for Dunalley Primary School.
Dunalley Primary School is a Community School and follows the Local Authority guidance which is available at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions.Ofsted ReportExam and Assessment Results & Performance Tables
These figures tell you about performance of pupils at this school at key stage 2
(school years 3 to 6), which are the last four years of the primary phase of education. These figures were published in December 2016 and relate to pupils who completed key stage 2 in the summer of 2016.Curriculum
Our curriculum is interesting, motivating, broad and balanced. It is based on our core values and is relevant to our children and their interests.Positive Behaviour Policy
We aim to ensure that all children leave our school understanding the importance of
behaving responsibly and being able to make good choices for themselves. This
will enable them to prosper and thrive personally, socially, academically and
economically. Teaching and encouraging children to behave with their peers and
adults is an essential pre-requisite for happiness, effective learning and success.
Complaints & Grievance
We believe that our school provides a good education for all our children, and that the Co Headteachers and other staff work very hard to build positive relationships with all parents. However, the school is obliged to have procedures in place in case there are complaints by parents or guardians. The following policy sets out the procedures that the school follows in such cases.PE and Sports Premium
The Sports Premium is additional funding from central government which must be spent on
making improvements to the provision of PE and sport in schools. These improvements must
benefit all primary age children, so that they can develop healthy lifestyles.
The Pupil Premium is additional funding made available by the government to support pupils
whose educational experiences may have been adversely affected through financial hardship or
significant upheaval in their home life.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) report
Children with SEN make excellent progress at our school. This is due to our high quality teaching and
learning, personalised support packages and intervention and of course the invaluable support of
This policy should be read in conjunction with our SEN Local Offer
which has been produced with and for the parents/carers of children with SEN/D. This can be accessed via the school website and is a comprehensive set of Frequently Asked Questions which explain how our school supports children and parents/carers. The website also includes a link to Gloucestershire’s Local Offer.Governors' Information and duties
A School governing body has a strategic role in the development of the school but does not become involved in the day-to-day management issues – that is the role of the Co Headteachers.Charges and Remissions Policies - 15/16
Charges and Remissions Policies - 16/17
Charges and Remissions Policies - 17/18
The Head Teacher, Staff and Governors of Dunalley Primary School are committed to
providing all its pupils with the best education possible through its creative curriculum.
Values and Ethos
At Dunalley... Everyone is unique, Everyone Cares, Everyone perseveres and Together we grow
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.Attendance & Punctuality Policy
Dunalley Primary School expects the highest attendance and punctuality from all pupils, at all times. We support pupils and their families to ensure that excellent attendance is achieved. Debt Policy
If debts are incurred the school budget has to pay for them, this means that money which should be spent on the children’s education is used to pay for debts incurred by our families.We feel that this is unacceptable and we request that everyone give this policy their full support. Emergency Response Plan
We respond to all emergencies by taking the most appropriate action to safeguard all of our children and staff.EYFS Policy 2017Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential. Health & Safety
This policy statement is the local supplement to Gloucestershire County Council Corporate Health and Safety Policy Statement.Our Offer of Early Help
Dunalley Primary puts families first and we support them as early as possible through our offer of early help.Physical Education & Activity Policy
All members of staff at Dunalley Primary School understand the importance of Physical Education (PE) to children’s physical and social development, mental health and general well-being. This policy outlines the school’s approach to PE, as a curriculum subject, and also the wider importance of daily physical activity for children of all abilities and the impact this has on all aspects of their health.Safeguarding Policy - includes our Child Protection Policy
Dunalley Primary School welcomes all students. We take safeguarding very seriously and all of our policies are developed with a high priority on children’s safety and in light of safeguarding policy. All of our school policies are interlinked and should be read and informed by all other policies. School Dog Risk Assessment
Our School Dog ‘Pippin’ has lived with Mrs Godfrey and her family since he was 8 weeks old, he is a
black Labrador. Pippin is very much a family dog. He has the right temperament to work with a
wide range of children and adults within the school environment. Pippin is
training to become a therapy dog.