Here are some of our key policies for your reference. Please note that not all of our school policies are published on our website. However, if you would like to enquire about any that do not appear here, or you would like to obtain a hard copy or a more accessible copy, i.e. large print, of any policy then please contact the school office.

2022 Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Our School’s Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Helen Szczepanski and our Deputy DSL’s are Mrs Becky Latham, Mrs Phillipa Allison and our HSLW, Mrs Sarah Dutton.
Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy includes a section on Children Missing Education.

For information on Safeguarding please click here.

At Witley Infant School we provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all children whatever their needs or abilities. Not all pupils with disabilities have special educational needs and not all pupils with SEND meet the definition of disability. Please see our Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy.
At Witley C of E Infant School, we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity in everything that we do. Our Equal Opportunities Policy forms part of the school’s approach to its Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) as laid out in the Equality Act 2010. 
The school expects every member of the school community to behave in a caring and considerate way towards others. The school rewards good behaviour, as it believes that this will develop an ethos of kindness and co-operation. Our Positive Behaviour and Anti-bullying Policy is designed to promote good behaviour, rather than merely deter anti-social behaviour. We treat all children fairly and apply our policy in a positive and consistent way.
Witley C of E Infant School aims to value each pupil as an individual and enable them to achieve their full potential through a wide variety of opportunities and experiences. This Charging and Remissions Policy sets out the school’s policy for charging for the provision of this wide variety of opportunities and experiences. Whilst the intention is to apply the policy equally in order to promote fairness, every effort will be made to ensure that no child is prevented from participating because of financial circumstances.
Witley Infant School endeavours to provide the best education possible for all of its pupils in an open and transparent environment. We welcome any feedback that we receive from parents, pupils and third parties; any suggestions for improvement will be taken seriously and given due consideration.

If you need to raise an issue, in the first instance, please do so with the relevant member of staff who will be happy to talk to you and seek to establish a solution. If you are not satisfied with this response and believe the issue has not been resolved, please use the formal procedure, summarised in the Complaints Procedure. Please note that we also have guidelines for Managing Serial and Unreasonable Complaints.

In the event of a parent/carer wishing to make a complaint about something in connection with SEND they should initially contact the Headteacher or SENCo. The Complaints Procedure will be followed unless it is deemed inappropriate to do so. This would be determined on a case by case basis. Please contact the school if you require any further information.