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Admissions Policy

Wright Robinson College Admissions Policy 2017

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Home/College Agreement 

At Wright Robinson College, we believe that students, staff and parents/carers are all part of a team which aims to achieve the best possible outcomes for every student. On starting at Wright Robinson College, a home/ college agreement must be signed by students, parents/careers and by the Head Teacher.

Home College Agreement

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Attendance Policy

For a child to reach their full educational achievement a high level of college attendance is essential. Every opportunity will be used to convey to students and their parents/carers the importance of regular and punctual attendance. School attendance is subject to education law.

Attendance Policy Wright Robinson July 2016

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Behaviour for Learning Policy

Our mission is to develop in our students a sense of pride in themselves, in the college and in their local community. It is also to provide an academically and physically challenging, high quality education within a caring, safe and stimulating environment where all members of our community are equally valued.

Behaviour Policy

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Bullying Policy

Our mission is to develop in our students a sense of pride in themselves, in the college and in their local community. It is also to provide an academically and physically challenging, high quality education within a caring, safe and stimulating environment where all members of our community are equally valued.

Bullying Policy 

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SEN and Disability Policy

Wright Robinson College is establishing a learning environment for students with special educational needs and other students who may benefit from an additional supported environment. Wright Robinson College welcomes all pupils regardless of learning difficulties and disabilities.

Wright Robinson SEND Policy

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Charging Policy 

This charging policy has been compiled in line with DfE requirements and in accordance with s457 of the Education Act, 1996.

Charging Policy

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Parental Complaints Procedure

The complaints procedure set out in this leaflet has been agreed by the Governing Body of Wright Robinson College. The Department for Education recommends that every College should have a complaints procedure which should be made available, upon request, to Parents.

Like many other organisations, Colleges are no different in that the people that use them occasionally have complaints about the way in which they operate.  Wright Robinson College is no different to other Colleges, in that complaints are received.  Fortunately complaints are infrequent and we are usually able to resolve them outside of any formal procedures, to the satisfaction of all concerned.  You have the Staff and Governors assurance that all complaints will continue to be treated seriously, and in a confidential manner.

Parental Complaints Policy

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Parent & Student Exam Guide 

Wright Robinson College recognises that students are the future. Parents should expect Wright Robinson to prepare their children for their adult roles so that they will become effective members of society.

In order to achieve this, the college expects all students to have excellent attendance records, to arrive on time, to work hard, to complete all homework and to participate fully in college life.

It is expected that all pupils show respect and consideration for others, while taking responsibility for their own learning.

The college places a high value on appearance and has set clear uniform requirements.

The college operates a zero tolerance policy in respect of uniform, jewellery, smartphones/ mobile phones/iPods etc

Wright Robinson College Exam Policy

Parent & Student Exam Guide – Summer ’16 Exam Season

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Prevent Strategy

Wright Robinson College’s Prevent Strategy has been written in response to, and in line with Government guidance. This forms part of the Government’s counter terrorism strategy and seeks to:

Prevent Strategy

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Parent Friendly Attendance Policy

Parent Friendly Attendance Policy