Update for parents and students: I am sure it has been a challenging week for you all, getting used to working from home, or only leaving the house for essential work or shopping. I hope there has been plenty of school work to occupy our students, and that IT issues have been resolved. I have seen some excellent work, including a home video of a Dance project filmed in a back garden. Can I ask that you do not email teachers out of the normal school day (9am to 3.30pm), with questions around work. Teachers will continue to send work for next week (beginning 30th March), but there will be a two week break for Easter. Best wishes and keep safe, Paula Hearle
Freedom of Information Act
Information available under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000
The Governing Body is responsible for maintenance of this Policy.
One of the aims of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 is that public authorities, including all maintained schools, should be clear and proactive about the information they will make public. The Policy covers information already published, and information which is to be published in the future, that is either available for you on our website, or available in paper form.
Some information which we hold may not be made public (for example, personal information).
The classes of information that we undertake to make available are organised into four broad topic areas:
- School Prospectus: information published in the school prospectus
- Governing Body documents
- Pupils & Curriculum: information about policies that relate to pupils and the school curriculum
- School Policies and other information related to the school that relate to the school in general
How to request information
If you require a paper version of any of the documents within the scheme, please contact the school by telephone, email, fax or letter. Contact details are set out above (or you can visit our website).
To help us process your request quickly, please clearly mark any correspondence "PUBLICATION SCHEME REQUEST" (in CAPITALS please). If the information you are looking for isn't available via the scheme (and isn't on our website), you can still contact the school to ask if we have it.
Paying for information
Information published on our website is free, although you may incur costs from your Internet Service Provider. If you don't have Internet access, you can access our website using a local library or an Internet cafe.
Single copies of information covered by this publication are provided free. If your request means that we have to do a lot of photocopying or printing, or pay a large postage charge, or is for a priced item such as some printed publications or videos, we will let you know the cost before fulfilling your request.