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Welcome to the School Office:

On this page, you will find all relevant and useful documents and forms available for download - They are all in PDF format for consistency and security so a suitable reader will be necessary. We also offer direct weblinks for OFSTED and DoE.

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The School has many policies and codes of practice some of which are included on the website for your information. Please click on the policy you need to view. These will open up as PDF files in a new window, where they can be viewed, printed or downloaded.

Admissions:At Repton the maximum number of Reception children we are able to admit is 30. Applications to attend this school in any school year must be made through Derbyshire County Council.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy: Repton Primary fully recognises its responsibilities for Child Protection and Safeguarding, this Policy sets out how the School will deliver these responsibilities. 

Pupil Safety: Keeping Children Safe in Education.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and Gifted and Talented Provision at Repton Primary School: Repton Primary School is a mainstream, fully inclusive school, where all classes are of mixed ability and teachers provide work that is suitably differentiated to match the ability of each group.

British Values Statement: At Repton Primary School, we actively promote British Values within our broad curriculum and also through our assemblies.

RPS Schools Tackling Extremism Policy: This Extremism and Radicalisation Policy is intended to provide us with a framework of dealing with issues of vulnerability, exposure to extreme views and ideologies which are seen to be inflammatory and against the ethos of our school.  

RPS Anti Bullying Policy: This policy outlines what Repton Primary School will do to prevent and tackle bullying.

Drug Incident Management Policy: The purpose of this policy is to recognise that we all have a responsibility to acknowledge these facts and to provide a framework by which we can respond to any drug-related incidents affecting the school as a community and its individual members.

Sex & Relationships Policy: The term sex and relationships education (SRE) is used in this policy rather than sex education. This is to stress that our approach goes beyond provision of biological information to focus on clarifying attitudes and values, and developing self-esteem and the skills to manage relationships.

Repton Primary School Curriculum Overview Map 2015-2016: Please note that these units of work will be timetabled through the school year to exploit cross-curricular links and national initiative opportunities.

Pupil Premium 2015-2016: Every year, our school receives a financial support payment, calculated on the number of pupils who are in receipt of free school meals (FSM). This is known as ‘Pupil Premium’

Pupil Premium Gap Analysis 2014-2015: Demonstrates the impact of Pupil Premium.

School Fund Balances 2015-2016: School income and expenditure for the past year.

School Targets 2017: School wide curriculum targets for the following year.

Confidential Reporting Code for Schools: This is for staff of the school to use to disclose any malpractise either internally within the school or externally to the authority.

External Complaints Proceedure: This is a guide for the school about how to deal with external complaints about the actions of the school staff.

Feedback Policy: This demonstrates the rationale behind student and teacher feedback.

Charging: How the school charges for extra activities

Bad Weather: What will happen in the case of bad weather

Microsoft Cloud Software Services for Schools: Supplier self-certification statements with service and support commitments.

Google Cloud Software Services for Schools: Supplier self-certification statements with service and support commitments.

Race Equality: Promoting equality of opportunity.Promoting good relations between members of different racial, cultural and religious groups and communities. Eliminating unlawful discrimination.

Freedom of Information for Primary Schools: The classes of information which we publish or intend to publish; the manner in which the information will be published; and whether the information is available free of charge or on payment.

Equal Opportunities Policy: This policy explains how the school ensures that all people have equality of opportunity regardless of their race, religion, gender, sexuality,disability or age.

Separated Parents Policy: This policy is an attempt to minimise any impact, clarify to all parties what is expected from separated parents and what can be expected from the school / staff.

Insurance Claims:  Gives information to the represesntatives of any claimant against the school.

School Behaviour Policy: This explains how the school manages the behaviour of the pupils.

Traffic Management: This explains how traffic is managed onto and off the school site.

Sports Funding:The Government is providing additional funding this academic year to our school to improve the provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools across the country.

Sport Premium Impact: The PE Premium provides ring fenced money to primary schools to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities offered to their pupils.

National Safety Tool: The government has launched a new online tool for schools to give parents advice and tips on preparing their children for adult life: Visit the website here:

Parentview: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.

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school 

 

Games and Curriculum Links:

Here you will find some games and activities that can help you with your school work.
English
Oxford Reading 
Tree Games
Make your own story Spelling and word
Games
BBC Bitesize
Punctuation
Various apostrophes games Prepositions Interactive
Sentence Level
Activities
Grammar Activities Interactive Punctuation
Resources
   
Ideas to help learn
spellings
   
  Maths  
Maths Games Learn your tables Tables games
Interactive maths 
activities
Various maths
games
Mad 4 Maths
BBC Bitesize
Maths
Maths Zone Sumdog
   
Animated Maths Dictionary    
     
  Science  
Science Games
with Sid
BBC Bitesize
Science
Games from the 
Science Museum
     
  Environmental Education  
EcoKids Games
and Activities
Ideas of things to do 
for Eco-friendly Kids
Help Barnaby Bear
with his recycling
   
Coca-Cola
Recyclometer