Key Policies

At Cloughside College, we have standard policies and procedures in place. We also have the policies and procedures that come naturally as part of our setting on a mental health hospital site. For example, it is hospital policy that all staff wear an issued pouch for the storage of keys and that keys are secure at all times. Staff also have to wear a PIT which is a personal alarm used in the event of emergency. Staff have a key induction from health staff as part of their transition process into a post at our school. If you would like to know more about any of our policies or procedures that are not presented here, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the school office.

Please click on the links below if you wish to view a policy.

Admission and Discharge Policy 2016-17
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Anti bullying policy 2016-17
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Cloughside career guidance policy 2016-2017
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Charges and Remissions Policy 2016-17
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child-protection-safeguarding-policy 2016-2017.pdf
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Compliments and complaints policy 2016-2017.pdf
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Data protection 2016-17
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E_safety 2016-17
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Literacy across the curriculum 2016-17
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Promoting Positive Behaviour Policy 2016-17
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Safer recruitment policy 2016-17
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SEN Policy Cloughside College 2016-2017 (2).pdf
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Pupil Premium statement

The Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011. The Pupil Premium is allocated to children from low-income families who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’), children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and children of service personnel. The level of the premium in 2015/16 was £935 per pupil for pupils eligible for free school meals (Ever 6 FSM) and up to £1900 for pupils in care who have been continuously looked after for six months. The amount the school receives for Children Looked After depends on the Virtual School allocation in each area. Due to the transient nature of the school population the pupil premium grant remains with the home school.

In 2016-17 one student was allocated £1100 pupil premium grant by the Virtual Head. This was used to improve attainment in Physical Education and resulted in the completion of an Open Award. Part of the funding was used to provide a physical education coach and resources for completion of the course. This was also made available to other pupil premium students who were not in receipt of
funding. 

The College has not been allocated any PP funding for 2017-18.