The 2017-2018 Admission policy covers the admission processes for all Schools within the Red Kite Learning Trust.
The 2018-2019 Admission policy covers the admission processes for all Schools within the Red Kite Learning Trust, including Harrogate Grammar School.
The 2019-2020 Admission policy covers the admission processes for all Schools within the Red Kite Learning Trust, including Harrogate Grammar School.
There are new guidelines this year, 2018, with regard to centre assessed marks, about which we need to inform all students completing examinations in the Summer of 2018. Please find attached the policy which relates to this aspect of examination marking, which includes the detail and also the relevant dates for the Summer 2018 examination series. As teaching staff share centre assessed marks with students, they will refer to this document and these new guidelines.
The intention is that the Assessment, Recording & Reporting policy should provide a common framework of principles and strategies for colleagues, across all faculties, to work within.
Every student has a right to access the education to which he/she is entitled. The School aims to work together with parent/carers, teachers and outside agencies to ensure that all students, registered at the school, attend both regularly and punctually.
As a school we make it clear within our aims that we have high expectations of all students in terms of behaviour. Excellent behaviour underpins, and is a consequence of, outstanding teaching and learning. We value the climate of mutual respect that exists within the school and that supports a positive and safe learning environment for all.
Our school is fully committed to the emotional health and well-being of our children and young people and that of our staff. We are dedicated to the continual development of a healthy and thriving school community and strive to work towards this in all aspects of school life. We are passionate about providing an ethos, environment and curriculum that can provide support during difficult times, including a time of death or dying.
Every member of the community of Harrogate Grammar School has the right to learn in a secure and caring environment in order to realise his or her true potential in all aspects of school life, free from humiliation, intimidation and abuse. They also have the responsibility to contribute, in whatever way they can to the protection and maintenance of such an environment. The school does not tolerate bullying and all incidents are taken seriously. Sanctions could include exclusion from school.
Harrogate Grammar School is committed to providing a comprehensive Careers Education Information and Guidance (CEIAG) programme.