All Saints' C of E Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs H Dunn | Phone: 01943 607 852 | Email :

Our Christian Values:

Hopeful school through honesty, forgiveness and trust; Achieving school through resilience, respect and ambition; Nurturing school through care, compassion and friendships; Developing school through wisdom, faith and fun; Sharing school through kindness, celebration and love

Policies and Information

Please find our policies below as per the DfE guidance document: ‘Statutory policies for schools and academy trusts‘.

Where there is a published electronic policy (as opposed to internally-held policies), these can be accessed by clicking the relevant hyperlink. Paper copies of these policies, or any other information on our website, can be requested free of charge via the ‘Contact Us‘ link.


These policies are all live and updated daily or regularly:

Register of pupils’ admission to school and attendanceGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherHeld internally; updated daily
Register of business interests of headteachers and governorsGoverning body can delegate approval subject to the local authority scheme
School information published on a websiteGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherLink to DfE document ‘What maintained schools must publish online‘
Single central record of recruitment and vetting checksGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherHeld internally 


These policies must be updated annually:

Accessibility PlanAwaiting ratification
Admission arrangementsGoverning body, local authority, academy trustAwaiting ratification
Attendance PolicyUpdated to reflect changes to Bradford Attendance processes from April 2023
Charging and remissionsGoverning body or proprietor
Child protection policy and procedures UPDATED September 2023 Governing body or proprietorKnown as ‘Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy‘
Complaints PolicyGoverning body or proprietor
Equality Information and Objectives PolicyGoverning body or proprietorAwaiting ratification by FGB
Health and safety ** Employer
Special educational needs and disabilityGoverning body or proprietor
Teachers’ payGoverning body or local authoritiesHeld internally


These policies are updated less regularly:

Positive RelationshipsPreviously know as the nti-Bullying
Behaviour in schools ** Headteacher can delegateKnown as ‘Positive Behaviour Policy‘
Capability of staffGoverning body or an individual governorHeld internally
Children with health needs who cannot attend schoolGoverning body
Data protectionGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherIncludes Freedom of Information and GDPR information

Awaiting ratification. Chairs Action November 2023
Early Career TeachersGoverning Body
First aid in schools ** EmployerKnown as ‘First Aid Policy‘
Governors’ allowancesGoverning body
Instrument of governmentGoverning body
Premises management documentsGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherHeld internally
School exclusionGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherWe follow the guidance from the DfE website
Sex and relationships educationGoverning body, individual governor or headteacher
Staff discipline, conduct and grievance (procedures for addressing)For local authority maintained schools: governing body. For academies: governing body, individual governor or headteacherHeld internally
Statement of procedures for dealing with allegations of abuse against staffGoverning body, individual governor or headteacherHeld internally
Supporting pupils with medical conditions **Governing body can delegate
Early years foundation stage (EYFS)Governing body can delegate


These policies are not currently held at All Saints’:

Careers guidance: details of your careers programme and a provider access statementOnly applicable to secondary schools and FE institutions (see page 4 of here)
Protection of biometric information of children in schools and collegesNo biometric data is held at present. A new policy would be implemented if needed.

** Policies to be read by all staff at induction

Financial Benchmarking information

The document ‘What Maintained Schools Must Publish Online‘ states that we must publish “…how many school employees (if any) have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more in increments of £10,000.”

No staff member at the school has a gross annual salary of more than £100,000.

A link to the webpage dedicated to our school on the schools financial benchmarking service can be found HERE 

As well as the statutory documents and information above, please find our (non-statutory) curriculum subject policies here:

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