Policies and Documents
This page will provide access to certain polices and other documents that are most relevant to our parents.
For further information or to see documents that are not on this page, or to request any information in paper format (free of charge), please contact us at school.
- Anti-Bullying Policy - 2018-20
- Assessment Policy - 2018
- Attendance Policy - 2018
- Behaviour Policy - 2019
- Bereavement Policy - 2018-20
- Calculations Policy - 2018
- Charging and Remissions Policy
- Child Not Collected Procedures - 2018
- Complaints Procedure - 2018-20
- Disability and Accessibility Policy - 2016
- Drug Education and Incident Management Policy - 2018-20
- Equality Duty Policy - 2018-20
- E-Safety Policy - 2017
- Extremism (No Platform For) Policy - 2018-20
- Fire Evacuation Procedures and Policy - 2019-20
- GDPR School Fair Processing Notice - 2018
- Health and Safety Policy - 2018-20
- Health Education Policy - 2019-20
- Homework Policy
- Lockdown Procedures and Policy - 2017-20
- Lone Working Policy - 2018-20
- Looked After Children Policy - 2018-20
- Marking/Feedback Policy - 2018
- Medical Policy - 2018-20
- No Smoking Policy - 2018-20
- Peer Abuse Policy - 2018-20
- PSHE and Citizenship Policy - 2018-20
- Physical Education and Sport Policy - 2017
- Prevent Policy and Procedure - 2018-20
- Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Policy - 2018-20
- Resolution and Escalation Protocol - 2018-20
- Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy - 2018-19
- Safeguarding Induction Procedures - 2018
- Safe Recruitment, Selection and Retention of Staff Policy
- Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy - 2016
- Teaching and Learning Policy
- Transgender Policy - 2018-19
- Uniform Policy - 2018
- Visitors to School Policy - 2018-20
- Whistle Blowing Policy and Procedure - 2018-20
Registering Children for Nursery Class
Parents can register their children at the school office at any time. The closing date for registering children for Nursery Class places will be displayed on the parents' notice board as soon as the school has been informed.
We need to see the child's birth certificate, medical card and proof of residency at the address given eg. a utilities bill. This does not guarantee a place in the Nursery Class and a place in the Nursery Class does not guarantee a place in the school. The priorities are decided by the Local Authority.
Registering for Reception Class/All Classes
In September 2004, Birmingham City Council altered the procedure for applying for Reception Class places in all the city's primary schools. The Education Department now manages the allocation of places and Arden Primary School will follow these procedures. All parents will receive an application form and an information book called 'How to Start Your Child at School in Birmingham' some time during the September before a child is due to start school.
The priorities for Reception Class and Nursery Class places are decided by Birmingham Education Authority. They are:
- Children with special needs (as decided by LEA).
- Brothers or sisters already in school.
- Closeness of home to school.
Children seeking a place from Year 1 to 6 need to refer directly to the school and register interest. We need to see the birth certificate, medical card and proof of residency at the address given eg. a utilities bill.
- Child Protection Guidelines for Visitors - 2018
- Choosing a Secondary School
- Parent Questionnaire Results - Oct 2018
- Parents' Guide to Talking to your Child about Knives
- Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Guide
All documents on this page are pdf files.