In forming and implementing its Charging and Remissions Policy, the Trust seeks to abide by government regulations and where limited budgets allow, to provide for discretionary financial assistance to extend the opportunities for pupils and students.
Collective Worship recognises that the school community is a collection of people, from a variety of backgrounds. Collective Worship is inclusive and meaningful to the range of communities served by schools.
Red Kite Learning Trust (RKLT) is committed to ensuring that all students are provided with a first class educational experience and that each school works in a productive and positive partnership with all parents and carers. However, if a parent/carer feels that a situation has arisen that they are unhappy about then they have a right to make a complaint. Any and every complaint made will be taken seriously and dealt with swiftly and professionally. All parents/carers will be made aware of this policy and the procedures to follow if they wish to make a complaint.
The Red Kite Learning Trust (“the Academy Trust”) collects and uses certain types of personal information about staff, pupils, parents and other individuals who encounter the Academy Trust in order to provide education and associated functions. The Academy Trust may be required by law to collect and use certain types of information to comply with statutory obligations related to employment, education and safeguarding, and this policy is intended to ensure that personal information is dealt with properly and securely and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and other related legislation.
This policy is for all staff, students, parents and carers, governors, visitors and partner agencies who work with the school. It provides principles, guidelines and procedures as to how Harrogate Grammar School promotes the educational achievement of looked-after and previously looked-after children.
Harrogate Grammar School is committed to advancing equality of opportunity, fostering good relations as well as eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation. We oppose all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination, whether because of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, religion and belief, and sexual identity or any other condition or requirement which places a person at disadvantage and cannot be justified. The impact of all school policies, practices and day-to-day activities are considered to ensure that no member of the community is discriminated or put at a disadvantage.
All policies referencing exams can be found through this link including Access Arrangements, Archiving, Complaints & Appeals Procedure, Disability, Emergency Evacuation, Exam Contingency Plan, GDPR, Internal Appeals Procedures, Lockdown, Non-Examination Assessment, Special Consideration and Word Processor.
This document from the Department for Education provides a guide to the legislation that will govern the exclusion of pupils from: maintained schools; Academy schools / Free Schools; Alternative Provision Academies / Free Schools; and pupil referral units in England from 1 September 2012.
This policy is for all staff, students, parents and carers, governors, visitors and partner agencies who work with the school. It provides principles, guidelines and procedures as to how Harrogate Grammar School provides first aid.
The school has adopted the model publication scheme, for public authorities (which includes schools), prepared and approved by the Information Commissioner. This publication scheme commits a school to make information available to the public as part of its normal business activities.