Accessibility plan policy (PDF)

Published May 2021 Permalink

The purpose of the accessibility plan is to increase the extent to which disabled pupils can participate in the curriculum, improve the physical environment of the school to enable disabled pupils to take better advantage of education, benefits, facilities and services provided and improve the availability of accessibility information for disabled pupils and parents.

Admissions 2021-2022 (PDF)

Published May 2020 Permalink

The 2021-2022 Admission policy covers the admission processes for all Schools within the Red Kite Learning Trust, including Harrogate Grammar School.

Admissions 2022-2023 (PDF)

Published March 2021 Permalink

The 2022-2023 Admission policy covers the admission process for Harrogate Grammar School.

Admissions 2023-2024 (PDF)

Published March 2022 Permalink

The 2023-24 Admission policy covers the admission process for Harrogate Grammar School.

Assessment, Recording & Reporting policy (PDF)

Published March 2019 Permalink

This Policy aims to provide clear guidelines on our approach to formative and summative assessment; Establish a consistent and coherent approach to recording summative assessment outcomes and reporting to parents; clearly set out how and when assessment practice will be monitored and evaluated.

Attendance Policy (PDF)

Published October 2021 Permalink

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.

Bereavement Policy (PDF)

Published November 2021 Permalink

This policy provides clear guidelines on our approach to students and their families who have suffered a bereavement.

Bullying and Harassment Policy (PDF)

Published November 2020 Permalink

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.

Careers Education Policy (PDF)

Published December 2020 Permalink

Harrogate Grammar School is committed to providing a comprehensive Careers Education Information and Guidance (CEIAG) programme which fulfils the Gatsby Benchmarks. This policy is underpinned by our long-term vision and aim to provide an outstanding careers programme which encompasses the school values of ‘Excellence for All’.