School Policies

Below are a range of documents that you may find useful. All of the policy documents listed below are available to parents on request, at no additional cost, by emailing admin@newhallschool.co.uk or by contacting reception on 01245 467 588 . For any other specific policies, please contact admin@newhallschool.co.uk.

New Hall School was last inspected in 2016. The Independent Schools Inspectorate inspected the Preparatory and Senior Schools and found the provision excellent. Ofsted inspected the boarding provision in 2010, and rated it ‘Outstanding’.

All of the policy documents listed below are available to parents on request, at no additional cost, by emailing admin@newhallschool.co.uk or by contacting reception on 01245 467 588 . For any other specific policies, please contact admin@newhallschool.co.uk. .

Whole School Policies  
  1. Acceptable Use for Students Policy
  2. Accessibility Policy
  3. Admissions Policy
  4. Anti-Bullying Policy including Anti-Cyber Bullying
  5. Attendance Policy
  6. Behaviour Policy
  7. Bursaries & Scholarships Policy
  8. Catering & Nutrition Policy
  9. Co-Curricular Policy
  10. Code of Conduct (Prep Students)
  11. Code of Conduct (Senior Students)
  12. Collective Worship Policy
  13. Complaints Procedure
  14. Concussion and Graduated Return to Play Policy
  15. Control Student Access to Risky Areas & Map
  16. Curriculum Policy
  17. Data Protection Notice
  18. Drugs, Alcohol & Substance Misuse Education and Procedures Policy
  19. Eco Policy
  20. Educational Visits Policy
  21. Emergency Inhaler in School Policy
  22. English as an Additional Language (EAL) Policy
  23. Equal Opportunities Policy (students)
  24. Fire Safety Policy*
  25. Health & Safety Policy* (See also Section 8 for First Aid and Fire Procedures)
  26. Homework & Study Policy
  27. ICT Across the Curriculum Policy
  28. Instrumental Tuition Policy
  29. Library Policy
  30. Literacy Skills Policy
  31. Medical & First Aid Policy
  32. Missing Student Policy
  33. Most Able & Talented (MAT) Policy
  34. Online Safety Policy
  35. Permanent exclusion & required removal Policy
  36. Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism Policy
  37. Promotion of British Values Policy
  38. Provision for Students with Particular Religious, Dietary, Language and Cultural Needs
  39. PSHEE Policy
  40. Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
  41. Sex & Relationships Education Policy
  42. Suturing and Gluing Policy
  43. Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy
  44. Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Policy
  45. Uniform Policy
Boarding Policies
  1. Boarding Policy
  2. Boarding Principles and Practice
  3. Boarding Student Complaints Policy
Early Years Policies 
  1. Early Years Administration of Medicine Policy
  2. Early Years Behaviour Policy
  3. Early Years Curriculum Policy
  4. Early Years First Aid Policy
  5. Early Years Safeguarding Mobile Phone & Camera Policy
  6. Early Years Uncollected/Late Child Policy
Senior School Policies
  1. Careers Education Information and Advice (CEIAG) Policy
  2. Controlled Assessment Policy
  3. Public Examinations Appeals Policy
  4. Public Examinations Policy
Employment Policies  
  1. Appointment of Governors Policy
  2. Appointment of Staff Policy including Safer Recruitment & Recruitment of Ex-Offenders

*The DfE requires all schools to publish to parents a report on the number of formal complaints that proceed through all stages of the school’s complaints procedure, together with the outcome decision. In 2016-17 there was one formal complaint that reached stage 2 and one that reached stage 3 of the process. In 2015-16, there was one formal complaint that reached stage 2 of the process. In 2014-15, there were no formal complaints that reached stage 2 of the process. In 2013-14, there were 5 formal complaints requiring use of the complaints procedure and reaching stage 2 of the process. There were no formal complaints in 2012-13, 2011-12 or 2010-11.