We have a full range of policies and procedures in place at our school. Please click on the link to download and read the full policy.

To ensure that children are safe through creating an atmosphere of trust between children and adults plus a rigorous process of listening to children, monitoring behaviour and sharing information at school level, with Children’s Services and the police on a need to know basis. We also aim to teach children how to be safe at home, in the street or when using the internet.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the CHILD PROTECTION policy.

Click here to download a pdf copy of Safeguarding re COVID policy


The purpose of this behaviour policy is to give a framework to be used by everyone at Roxeth First and Middle School. This policy will discourage undesirable behaviours by showing their non-benefits and possible sanctions that will follow. This policy has been agreed in consultation with staff, children and governors and reflects the values and principles that are important in the school. This policy complies with Section 89 of the Educations Act 2006.
Click here to download a pdf copy of the ANTI-BULLYING policy.
Educating children, and ensuring they grow up to lead safe, happy, healthy and successful lives, is at the heart of what we do at Roxeth Primary School. We are committed to providing a full and efficient education to all pupils and embrace the concept of equal opportunities for all. We will endeavour to provide an environment where all pupils feel valued and welcome.
Click here to download a pdf copy of the ATTENDANCE policy.
Click here to download a pdf copy of the Attendance Policy: Coronavirus Addendum

We believe that high-quality teaching promotes effective learning and good behaviour. Our emphasis will be on recognising and celebrating effort and success, so that all pupils feel valued. We will teach pupils to take responsibility for their own actions, to understand the consequences of their choices and to become responsible citizens for the future. We adopt a zero tolerance approach to bullying by adults or pupils, and any such incidents will be dealt with promptly and firmly.

Click here to download a pdf copy of the BEHAVIOUR policy.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the BEREAVEMENT  policy.


Roxeth Primary School believes that all our pupils should have an equal opportunity to benefit from school activities and visits (curricular and extra curricular) independent of their parents’ financial means. This charging and remissions policy describes how we will do our best to ensure a good range of visits and activities is offered and, at the same time, try to minimise the financial barriers which may prevent some pupils taking full advantage of the opportunities. 

Click here to download a pdf copy of the CHARGING & REMISSIONS  policy.

The school’s values are concerned with meeting the needs of pupils, parents and others who have a stake in the school. This includes the staff, members of the local community and the Local Authority. The governing body believes that constant feedback is an important ingredient in self-improvement and raising standards. People, whether they be pupils or adults, who have concerns or complaints should feel that they can be voiced and will be considered seriously. All complainants have the right to be accompanied when making the complaint, and pupils may be accompanied by a parent or another adult. 


Section 29 of the Education Act 2002 requires that: (1) The governing body of a maintained school (including a maintained nursery school) shall – (a) establish procedures for dealing with all complaints relating to the school or to the provision of facilities or services under section 27, other than complaints falling to be dealt with in accordance with any procedures required to be established in relation to the school by virtue of a statutory provision other than this section, and (b) publicise the procedures so established. (2) In establishing or publicising procedures under subsection (1), the governing body shall have regard to any guidance given from time to time (in relation to England) by the Secretary of State.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the COMPLAINTS  policy.

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) applies to children from birth to the end of the Reception year. At Roxeth Primary School, children join the Nursery class the year after turning three and the Reception class in the year that they turn five. In partnership with parents and carers we enable the children to begin the process of becoming active learners for life.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the EYFS  policy.

The E-Safety Policy is part of the school safeguarding agenda and relates to other policies including those for ICT, Bullying, Rights Respecting and for Child Protection.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the E-SAFETY  policy.

Roxeth Primary School is a larger than average all through school serving an ethnically and socially diverse community. There are 33 languages spoken, the largest group of youngsters speaking Asian languages, principally Tamil. There are children from Africa, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe alongside the indigenous community. We have two children currently Looked After by the Local Authority. At present we have approximately 16 % of the school population entitled to a free school meaL.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the EQUALITY & DIVERSITY  policy.

The Governing Body of Roxeth Primary School will strive to achieve the highest standards of health, safety and welfare consistent with their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other statutory and common law duties.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the HEALTH & SAFETY  policy.

The Physical Education programmes of study in the National Curriculum 2014 provides a basis for us to deliver a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum that helps us to fulfil our main aims.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the  P.E. policy.

The Government launched its Pupil Premium funding programme – the amount of Pupil Premium funding received by schools is determined by the number of pupils attending the school who are eligible for Free School Meals.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the PUPIL PREMIUM policy.

Click here to download a pdf copy of the Remote Learning Policy.


Where an SEN is identified, the school will put appropriate interventions in place. These will be provided as part of a Graduated Response, which includes regular review of the progress made and adaptations to the support provided as required


Click here to download a pdf copy of the SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS policy.
Click here to download a pdf copy of the SEND report
Click here to download a pdf copy of the Accessibility Plan

A key aim of the school is that each pupil will develop the skills and knowledge to make decisions. Decisions about how they relate to others can only be made if they have adequate knowledge and understanding of their own physical and emotional development.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the SRE policy.

At Roxeth Primary School, we firmly believe that education is a three-way process between school, parents and pupils. Research shows that at primary level schooling the ‘impact of parental engagement on pupil achievement is much bigger than the impact schools have’ (GTC, Research for Teachers, Parental Involvement). We are therefore committed to developing strong partnerships with all parents and families because we believe they have a key role to play in supporting each child to reach their full potential. This ethos is further elaborated upon in our Parent School Partnership Policy.​


Click here to download a pdf copy of the Family School Partnership Policy.


Please see attached the Roxeth Maths Calculation Policy. We hope this supports our Roxeth families with remote learning for maths. When using the policy, please begin with referring back to the previous Year group's methods before using the current Year group.


Click here to download a pdf copy of the Maths Calculation Policy