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Non-Curriculum Policies

School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please ask the school office.

Our School Values...

At Ellison Boulters, we pride ourselves on the behaviour of our children. Through collaborative thinking about our school values, staff and children are united in their approach and happy, polite, hard-working, thoughtful young people are the result. 

Our behaviour policy has been put in place to safeguard all of our children and instil the qualities that are needed for later life.

Children are rewarded throughout the school; each Key Stage uses a different approach (from rainbows to raffle tickets!) which is best suited to the children's age, understanding and motivation.

Free School Meals

All children in Key Stage 1 are now entitled to free school meals funded by the government. Our dinners are prepared off-site and served by our lunch time supervisors in the school hall. 

If your child is in Key Stage 2, they may also be eligible for free school meals. Please follow the link below to find out more.

Handwriting...

We teach our cursive style from Year 1 onwards, the beginnings of which are established in the Foundation Stage.

When working with your child at home, please encourage them to form their letters in the style displayed below.

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Information, Communication Technology

Pupils at Ellison Boulters are encouraged to be safe users of the Internet and are regularly taught about how to stay safe on the Internet.

Our E-Safety policy is signed by all members of staff and shared with pupils. It is updated regularly and reflects changes to the computing curriculum.

Acceptable Use Policy: Using ICT Safely and Securely

All members of the Ellison Boulters' family must sign our AUP. This includes pupils, parents, staff and visitors.

Use of Photographs and Visual Media within school...

Our broad curriculum offers the children many opportunities to engage with visual media and use photographs. Whilst this is often material sourced externally, we also encourage the children to create digital memories of their own learning.

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