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School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. 
If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please ask the School Office.

Outdoor Education & Visits

At All Saints we follow the Local Authority's Outdoor Education and Visits Policy and associated Guidance.  All RBWM's documentation, and the policy itself, can be accessed by clicking the Royal Borough's logo - to the left - or here.

Behaviour and Anti-Bullying

At All Saints we believe that children learn best from the good examples set before them and that an effective behaviour policy requires close partnership between parents, teachers and children. By adopting a system of rewards to reinforce good behaviour we aim to let everyone experience the benefits of good behaviour.  We expect this positive attitude at all times in school, both in lessons and in the playground, on school outings and journeying to and from school.

More information about Anti-Bullying can be found on this page of our website:

Charging & Remissions

For information about charges made to parents/guardians in respect of school related educational and extra-curricular activities, read our Charging Policy.  This is reviewed on an annual basis.  If you have any queries about charges or would like assistance in this area, please speak to the Headteacher.  Information regarding Free School Meals and other benefits follows:


We believe the key purpose of assessment is to move children on in their learning and inform the teachers’ future planning. Pupils must be given specific feedback on their work to help them understand how they can improve.  In every lesson or unit of work children are informed of the learning objectives and are encouraged to evaluate their progress towards these objectives.

Continued monitoring of each child’s progress gives a clear picture of what each child is doing and allows the teacher to identify areas of strength or weakness which can inform future planning.  Our Assessment Policy outlines the methods of assessment used in the school.

Assessment Policy

Welcome to the second Spring Term. This runs from Monday 19th February 2018 to Wednesday 28th March 2018. This coincides with the Christian season of Lent during which our shared value is endurance: to keep going with our learning and Lenten promises despite distractions.