Key Documents & Policies

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MNSP Policies & Statements

Any other policies not referred to below can be found on the MNSP policies page below.

Accessibility Policy                                                            Homework Policy
Anti-Bullying Policy                                                            Mental Health Policy
Assessment, Reporting & Target Setting Policy                Online Safety Policy
Attendance Policy                                                              Post-16 Bursary Policy
Charging and Remissions Policy                                       Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy                             Pupil Premium Policy
Complaints Procedure                                                       Race Equality Charter
Equality Act Statement including Trust Objectives             SEN Policy
Fire Safety and Evacuation Policy                                     Teaching and Learning Policy
Health and Safety Policy                                                   Whistle-blowing Policy
Click here for MNSP Policies

Safeguarding Policies

The MNSP Trust Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy

This is the Child Protection Manual followed by the school and adheres to all statutory guidelines provided. Click on the logo below for all additional safeguarding policy and procedures.

Child Protection Manual

Local Policies and Procedures

Supplementary Reading

STAYING SAFE ONLINE

Protecting children’s privacy onlin
Technology research company Comparitech has recently launched a guide to help parents, carers and educators protect children’s privacy online. The guide also tackles the issue of online privacy which can span not only protecting children from online predators but also things like preventing identity theft and ways to minimise the risks of the household computer becoming compromised.

How to protect children on their smartphone

Gaming is popular with some of our students and it is important that students stay safe whilst gaming.

Gaming- what parents and carers need to know

Gaming – what’s appropriate for your child

Request for Copies

If you require a physical copy of any information on this website, please direct your request to your child’s Tutor, and it will be provided free-of-charge. Alternatively, please email: info@st-marks.org.uk