Al Risalah School

Al Risalah Policies

  • 9 Policies

We take our policies extremely seriously. See below for our policies.

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Our Policies

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Policies

  1. Administration of Medication 17 - 2017

    Most Students will at some time have a medical condition that may affect their participation in school activities.

  2. Admissions Policy 17 - 2017

    As an over-subscribed school, we have a selective admissions procedure which is designed to give every applicant an equal and fair opportunity to succeed.

  3. Anti Bullying Policy 17 - 2017

    Outlines of what our School will do to prevent and tackle bullying and ensure that all pupils are kept safe from any form of harassment.

  4. Appraisal & Capabilty Policy 17 - 2017

    This policy sets out the framework for a clear and consistent assessment of the overall performance of teachers.

  5. Assessment & Marking Policy 17 - 2017

    Regular assessment of students’ work is a necessary element of effective teaching and learning. Students have the right to have their work assessed.

  6. Attendance Policy 17 - 2017

    Parents/carers are responsible for ensuring their children attend school regularly and punctually in line with the requirements.

  7. Behaviour Policy 17 - 2017

    Form Tutors at Al Risalah School support student well-being and monitor behaviours that are a cause for concern.

  8. Complaints Policy 17 - 2017

    The purpose of the Complaints Policy is to outline a method by which complaints can be dealt with in the most efficient manner.

  9. Drug Policy 17 - 2017

    This policy applies to all staff, students, parents/carers, governors and partner agencies working at Al Risalah.

  10. Fees Policy 17 - 2017

    This policy applies to all staff, students, parents/carers, governors and partner agencies working at Al Risalah. It is imperative that fees are paid on time to ensure smooth running.

  11. Safeguarding Policy 17 - 2017

    All professionals should ensure that their approach is child centred: this means considering at all times what is in the best interests of the child