Peel Clothworkers' School

'Enjoyable Learning for Life'

Here you will find important school policies and information.


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Additional Educational Needs
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We aim to provide a stimulating learning environment across the whole curriculum, which maximises individual potential and ensures that pupils of all ability levels are well equipped to meet the challenges of education, work and life. We aim to ensure each individual’s needs are met, whether academ…

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Behaviour
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At Peel Clothworkers’ we expect high standards of behaviour at all times. Children are taught what is acceptable and what is not. In line with the school’s Visions & Values all staff implicitly, explicitly and by example encourage children to be polite at all times, to be helpful and kind, to respe…

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CHILD PROTECTION & SAFEGUARDING POLICY 2018
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Child Protection Policy Introduction Our policy applies to all staff and volunteers working at Peel Clothworkers' Primary School.   Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is defined as: protecting children from maltreatment; preventing impairment of children’s health or development; ens…

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Data
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A Guide for Pupil Assessment and Attainment at Peel Clothworkers Primary School Year 1 to Year 6 At Peel Clothworkers’ School we use the National Curriculum Levels to assess a child’s progress. The levels at the primary age range from Level 1 to Level 5 (and possibly Level 6). All children are indi…

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Inclusion
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Our school values each child as a unique individual. In so doing, inclusion encompasses an holistic approach to each and every child, ensuring that each child’s needs are met, fulfilled and celebrated. We aim to provide a stimulating learning environment across the whole curriculum which maximises…

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Marking and Feedback
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At Peel Clothworkers’ Primary School we maintain high expectations of all children in relation to their learning and progress, maximising their outcomes and achievement. Regular and pertinent marking enables children to identify what they have done well and what their next steps are. Aims and Objec…

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School Uniform
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Uniform We have a uniform of royal blue and grey / black. All children are encouraged to wear their uniform with pride every day. At school, we expect all children to wear: White polo shirt Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan Grey / black trousers or shorts Grey skirt or pinafore During the summer mo…

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