At Harrogate Grammar School we take great pride in our mission of `excellence for all’, striving for all learners to achieve their full potential – emotionally, physically, socially and academically. This is nurtured through a proactive and caring environment that promotes consistency, stability and respect for all. We want students to be resilient and persevering whatever the challenge and our support to enable them to reach this goal is unrelenting. The objective of this policy is to ensure that the governing body makes provision for vulnerable students who have SEN or those who are disabled.
Harrogate Grammar School recognises that the spiritual, moral, social and cultural element of students’ education is crucial to their development as an individual, allowing them to take their rightful place in their community as a local, national and global citizen. SMSC is about the values students are encouraged to hold, their attitude towards learning, knowledge and society.
This policy is for staff, students, parents and carers, governors and partner agencies who work with the school. It provides principles, guidelines and procedures as to how Harrogate Grammar School provides suitable education for students with health needs who cannot attend school.
The Policy aims are to ensure students are aware of their responsibilities in relation to drug issues (medicines, alcohol, tobacco, solvents and other drugs) during school time. To allow the school to react appropriately and consistently to drug related incidents, so that the behaviour of the few does not jeopardise the health or learning environment of the rest of our students. To provide a programme of Personal Development which promotes positive attitudes to health and allows young people to develop social and life skills to ensure that they are aware of the dangers of drug use.
This policy provides principles, guidelines and procedures as to how Harrogate Grammar School ensures students with medical conditions are fully supported, it applies to all staff, students, parents and carers, governors, visitors and partner agencies who work with the school.
This document outlines the uniform requirements for years 7-11 and the dress code for The Sixth Form.