Last update: 2018-01-18

Policies and documents


If you require any further information please contact Ms Ransome.

Woodford CE Primary School follows Northamptonshire Council Human Resources policies, which are available on request.


Please note that all health, safety and safeguarding policies apply to children in our before and after school clubs, whether or not they attend our school.






Please note that there have been changes to the national systems for assessment.

Before and After School Club Policy

British Values - extremism audit


Charging information for Nursery places

Child Protection/Safeguarding and whistleblowing

The child sexual exploitation lead at our school is Mrs Kristel Murphy

The school and it's staff recognise the importance of peer on peer abuse.  This will be dealt with as a safeguarding matter by a DSL should it be identified in school.  Should peer on peer abuse include inappropriate text messaging this with also be dealt with by a DSL.

We expect all visitors to share our commitment to child safeguarding. All regular visitors to the school are expected to sign our school agreement for visitors.

Child protection policy used by our IT company

Club provider child protection policies


Computing and acceptable use policy

Critical Incident Policy


Data Protection Policy

Disclosure and barring records

Educational Visit Consent Form

Educational visits

E safety KS1 agreement

E safety KS2 agreement

E safety staff/volunteer/governor agreement

E safety parent agreement

Early years


Equality and access audit 2017

Extended services


First Aid and Medicines Policy

Fire policy
At Woodford CE Primary School we regularly visit St. Mary’s Church in Woodford. We have sought and received confirmation that fire equipment is checked on a regular basis. The fire assembly point for members of the public at St. Mary’s Church is Church Street.

Freedom of information


Health and Safety Policy


Please note that the SEND report (see SEND report) is updated at least annually and contains up to date service information for parents. Our SEND policy is due for review in January 2017.

Intimate care

Job share policy 2017

Looked after children

Lone working

Marking and feedback

Medical needs

Parent information - The Prevent Duty

Physical intervention policy 2016.

Personal, social, health and citizenship education

Policy for SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities) and Inclusion

Pupil Exclusion Policy

Responding to Racist Incidents Policy

RE and collective worship policy 2017

School Lettings Policy

SEND report 2017

Sex and relationships education

Staff conduct


Values, teaching and behaviour for learning

Visitors to school

Work experience job description

Work experience risk assessment