Policies

Clifton High School is registered with the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF), and is regularly inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) for Early Years Foundation Stage and Host Family Boarding.

To read our 2019 ISI Compliance report, please click here

To read our 2016 ISI report, please click here

Clifton High School has over sixty school policies which comply with the standards and regulations set out by the above authorities. Our policies exist primarily to ensure the safety and welfare of our pupils, as well as encompassing their learning, educational, social, cultural and moral experiences to enable them to become confident and resilient young people. Copies of a selection of our school policies are available below for you to download. Printed copies are available from the School on request, free of charge.

An ISI requirement is that in addition to a complaints policy, we must report on the number of complaints we received in the previous academic year; the number of formal complaints received during the academic year 2018-2019 was 0.

Clifton High School is committed to safeguarding pupils and young people and expects all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

AdmissionsAdmissions

Complaints

Conditions of Scholarship, School Assisted Places and Bursary Awards

Disability Access

School Uniform

Related Documents

Accessibility Plan

Fees List

Academic

British Values

Curriculum

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Educational Visits

English as an Additional Language (EAL)

Enhanced Learning

Enhanced Learning Information

Futures and Skills

Gifted and Talented

Homework

Internal Examinations

Library

Marking

Native Speakers

Oxbridge

Parents Evening

Presentation of work

Public Examinations

Public examinations - appeals

Public Examinations - Appeals, 2020 Only

Public Examinations - Contingency Plan

Public Examinations - Criteria for the Award and allocation of a word processor for examinations

Public Examinations - Emergency Evacuation

Public Examinations - Non Examination Assessment

Public Examinations - non examination assessment, enquiries after results

Public examinations - use of a word processor

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC)

Sports Colours

Sports Selection

Teaching and Learning

Text books

UCAS

Child Protection and SafeguardingChild Protection and Safeguarding

child protection and safeguarding allegations

Child Protection and Safeguarding Anti-Bullying

Child protection and safeguarding confidentiality

Child protection and safeguarding Intimate Care

Child Protection and safeguarding Preventing Radicalisation

Child protection and safeguarding welfare of pupils

Child protection and safeguarding - a guide for parents

Child protection and safeguarding - A Guide for visitors

Child protection and safeguarding - A guide for parent helpers on educational visits

Divorced and Separated Parents

E-safety

KCSIE 2019

Online Filtering and monitoring

Recruitment selection and disclosure

Taking, Storing and Using photographs or video

PastoralAttendance

Attendance - a guide for parents

Counselling

Lost Pupil

Mental Health

 Mental Health Wellbeing during Coronavirus, COVID-19 Pandemic 

Misconduct and discipline

PSHE

rewards

School Rules

Sex and Relationship Education

Sun CreaM

sUPERVISION

MEDICALfIRST aID

fIRST aID - eDUCATIONAL vISITS

hOST FAMILY BOARDING MEDICAL CARE

SCHOOL OPERATIONScctv

dATA pROTECTION, rETENTION AND mANAGEMENT

eXTREME wEATHER

Fire risk assessment

Health and safety

Privacy notice of older pupils

Privacy notice for parents

Privacy notice for staff

Risk Assessment

Risk Management

School evacuation

Sustainability