Great Bridge Primary School


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Policies on this page should be the latest versions of documentation, approved by governors. The signed and dated copies are kept in school. If you believe a policy is out of date, please contact us immediately.

Achievement Statement 2019

Admissions Policy Main School 2020

     Admissions Policy Nursery​ 2020


     ​Asthma Policy

​     Attendance Principles, Expectations and Guidance

     Behaviour Policy including Behaviour Principles Written Statement

     Charging Policy

     Complaints Policy


     Disability Equality Statement and Accessibility Plan​

     Equality Policy and Objectives

     Exclusions Policy​

     First Aid Policy 2020

     Governor Allowances Policy 

     Handwriting Expectations and Guidance

     Home School Agreement

     Homework Policy​

     ICT and esafety Policy

     Looked After Children (LAC) Policy​

     Pupil Premium Policy

     ​Safeguarding Children Policy 2020

     Relationships and Health Education Policy

     Safeguarding Code of Conduct Policy​

     Safer Recruitment Policy

     Special Educational Needs Information Report 2020

     Smoke Free Policy

     Teaching and Learning Expectations and Guidance

     Uniform Policy

     The above policies are the unsigned versions. The Headteacher and Director of School Business hold signed and dated copies of all policies.

     If you have any queries regarding policies, please speak to a member of the office staff.     ​

 Other Documents:





      Additional information regarding use of photographs

      (Internet agreement and Code of Practice) 


 Other Documents online.

​      School follows guidance and policies produced by the Sandwell Children's Safeguarding Partnership.

      The Threshold document is available from their website.

       Keeping Children Safe in Education and Working Together to Safeguard Children are two documents produced by the Government

      All schools follow the statements in these documents - both available online.

       Within every school, there is a Designated Senior Leader for Safeguarding. (DSL). At this school, the DSL is Miss Hale. 

       There are deputy DSLs: Mrs Chappell and Mrs Waterman. Mrs Lois Evans is also DSL trained. 

       All members of school staff receive annual Safeguarding training.

       If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding, please let school know immediately.​