School Policies

Admissions

Please see our admissions policy for full details: Admissions Arrangements 2017 2018

The school has a capacity of up to 119, so admissions are possible in some year groups – please contact the school for further information (telephone 01872 863672 or by email to secretary@kennall-vale.cornwall.sch.uk).

Eligibility for admission

Kennall Vale School is a Community Primary School.  Children aged 5 – 11 years in any school year (1st September to the following 30th August) are eligible to attend.   Numbers in school have gradually increased over the past few years.  All applications for a place at Kennall Vale, whether starting school in reception or transfering from another school should be made directly through the local authority. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and appointments should be made through the schools secretary, Mrs Richards. We will be happy to answer any queries you may have although arrangements for admission and allocation of places is not controlled by the school in any way. Please visit the Cornwall Council website for further details.

 

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

At Kennall Vale School we are committed to safeguarding all the children in our care. In order to ensure our children are safe we follow carefully all statutory guidance and have clear policies which all staff adhere to.

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Anti-Bullying Policy

At Kennall Vale we are committed to the health safety and well being of all our pupils. Both the behaviour and anti-bullying policies have been developed to reflect this and to offer advice and guidelines in order to support the school in ensuring all pupils feel safe. Both policies should be read together.

Anti-Bullying Policy

 

Behaviour Policy

At Kennall Vale we are committed to the health safety and well being of all our pupils. Both the behaviour and anti-bullying policies have been developed to reflect this and to offer advice and guidelines in order to support the school in ensuring all pupils feel safe. Both policies should be read together.

Behaviour Policy 2014

 

Calculation Policy 2015

At Kennall Vale we work hard to ensure a consistent approach to teaching.

Calculation policy

Complaints 2015

At Kennall Vale we work hard to ensure any issues arising are dealt with both efficiently and effectively and would encourage you to talk to the Headteacher if you have any concerns.

Complaints 2015

 

SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

SEN Policy Sept 2015

 

Sex and Relationships Policy

Sex and Relationships Policy 2016

 

E-Safety

Please see our E-safety policy for details on how we stay safe at Kennall Vale: E-Safety

The following documents and websites may be useful in keeping e-safe: