Policies & Statutory Information

Our School Policies

At Whitehouse Primary School, we are dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive environment for our students, staff, and wider school community. We have developed a range of policies that outline our approach and expectations in various areas of school life. Please find below a list of our key statutory policies, with links provided for your convenience:

  • Behaviour Policy: Our Behaviour Policy sets out clear guidelines and expectations for student conduct, promoting positive behavior and creating a respectful and supportive learning environment.
  • Pupil Premium Policy: Our Pupil Premium Policy outlines how we utilize additional funding to support disadvantaged students, ensuring they receive the necessary resources and interventions to succeed academically and personally.
  • PE & Sports Premium Policy: Our PE & Sports Premium Policy explains how we allocate and utilize the funding provided to enhance the provision of physical education and sports activities, promoting healthy lifestyles and instilling a love for physical activity among our students.
  • Public Sector Equality Duty: Our Public Sector Equality Duty policy outlines our commitment to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion within our school community. We strive to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity, and foster good relations among all members of our school community.
  • Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy: Our Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy outlines our commitment to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for students with special educational needs and disabilities. It details the processes and support available to ensure every child's needs are met.
  • Careers Policy: Our Careers Policy outlines our approach to providing guidance and support to our students in their career development. We aim to equip them with the necessary skills, knowledge, and experiences to make informed choices about their future education and career paths.
  • Complaints Procedure: Our Complaints Procedure sets out a clear process for addressing and resolving any concerns or complaints raised by students, parents, or members of the school community. We are committed to addressing feedback and continuously improving our practices.

Please note that these policies are the key statutory policies that we are required to publish on our website. We also have additional policies in place, covering a wide range of areas, which are available upon request or can be accessed within the school premises.

Collecting and Publishing Governing Board Diversity Data

At Whitehouse Primary School, we value diversity and strive to have a governing board that reflects the communities we serve. We encourage our governing board members to voluntarily share their diversity data, including protected characteristics. This information is widely accessible to our school community and the public.

We respect individuals' privacy, and board members have the option to opt out of sharing their information at any given time, including after publication. We ensure that data is anonymized to protect individuals' identities, particularly when board member levels are low.

To learn more about data protection and our commitment to equality, we recommend referring to the Data Protection Toolkit for Schools and the Equality Act 2010: Advice for Schools.

Financial Benchmarking

We are committed to transparency in our financial practices. At Whitehouse Primary School, we are proud to share that we have no individuals paid more than £100,000. We adhere to financial benchmarking guidelines and continually strive for efficient and effective use of our resources.

For further financial benchmarking information, please visit the Schools Financial Benchmarking website.

If you have any questions or require more information about our policies or practices, please do not hesitate to contact us. We value open communication and are here to provide any necessary clarification or support.

Requests for paper copies

If a parent requests a paper copy of the information on the website, you can do so by contacting reception who will provide a copy for free.