School Policies

The School Governing Body operates a regular review cycle of all policies in line with statutory guidance.  School Policies can be downloaded by clicking the attachments below:

Admissions for September, 2021 – Consultation

The School Admissions Code requires schools to publicly consult on any proposed changes to the arrangements for admission. After consultation with the Diocese, a new draft Admissions Policy, for admission in September, 2021, has been proposed and will now go through a consultation period of 6 weeks; Friday, 6th December, 2019, until Thursday, 16th January, 2020.

The draft policy and application form was approved by our Full Governing Body at their meeting on Thursday, 5th December, 2019, to go out for consultation.

A copy of the draft policy and application form can be accessed using the below link:

Draft Admissions Policy And Application Form - 2021

You can respond to the consultation in the following way:

• Writing a letter addressed to our Admissions Manager, Trinity CE High School, Higher Cambridge Street, Manchester, M15 6HP

• Emailing your response to admissions@trinityhigh.com

The deadline for responding is Thursday, 16th January, 2020.

Admissions Policy
Anti Bullying Policy
Anti Fraud and Corruption Policy
Assessment Policy
Attendance Policy
Behaviour Policy
Capability Policy
Careers and Work Related Learning Policy
Charging and Remissions Policy
Community Cohesion Policy
Complaints Procedure
Curriculum Policy
Data Protection Policy (Including Privacy Notices)
Disability Equality Policy
Discipline and Dismissal Policy
Educational Visits Policy
Equal Opportunities Policy
Exam Contingency Policy
Examinations Policy
Exclusions Policy
First Aid Policy
Freedom of Information Publication Scheme Policy
Governors' Induction Policy
Grievance, Bullying and Harrassment
Health and Safety Policy
Home School Agreement
Homework Policy
International Policy
IT Acceptable Student Use Policy
IT Acceptable Use Staff Policy
IT Policy
Learning Support Unit Policy
Lettings Policy
Literacy and Numeracy Policy
Marking and Feedback Policy
Medical Conditions Policy
Monitoring and Evaluation Policy
Pay Policy
Performance Management Policy
Physical Intervention Policy
Privacy Notice
Provider Access Policy
Race Equality Policy
Relationship and Sex Education Policy
Religious Education Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
Safer Recruitment Policy
School Food Policy
School Uniform Policy
Special Educational Needs Policy
Staff Appointments Policy
Staff Attendance Management Policy
Staff Development Policy
Staffing Structure Policy
Target Setting Policy
Teaching and Learning Policy
Transition Policy
Whistle Blowing Policy
Worship Policy

 

Hard copies of individual policies may be obtained by contacting the school reception.
Charges may apply.

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