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.

Policies / Documents List

Policy NameDate
Admissions Policy2022-23View
Admissions Policy2023-24View
Admissions Policy2024-25View
Allergy Policy2022View
Anti-bullying Policy2022View
Behaviour Policy2022View
BWCET Employee Code of Conduct2022View
BWCET Code of Conduct for Parents and Carers2023View
BWCET GDPR Policy2022View
BWCET GDPR Privacy Notice – Pupil2023View
BWCET GDPR Privacy Notice – Staff2022View
BWCET Health and Safety Policy2022View
BWCET Low Level Concern Policy2022View
BWCET Whistleblowing Policy2022View
BWCET GDPR Privacy Notice – Governors, Trustees and Volunteers2023View
Charging and Remissions Policy2023View
Collective Worship Policy2022View
Complaints Policy2023View
Equalities Policy2023View
First Aid Policy2022View
Remote Education Policy2023View
RSE Policy2022View
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy2022View
School Attendance Policy2022View
SEND Policy2023View
SEND Information Report2023View
RE Policy2022View
School Uniform Policy2022View

Trust Policies

For additional trust wide policies such as annual reports and accounts, trustees’ information and duties, and complaints, please visit the BWCET website.

Children in Need

All children were invited to take part in non-uniform day for Children in Need. They were asked to wear something bright or spotty. Our school kitchen also had a Pudsey themed lunch which the children enjoyed. Thank you to parents/carers for your generous donations, our school raised £148.81 for Children in Need.

Parliament Week

We welcomed Sharon Hodgson MP to school during parliament week. She had a tour of school from our school council and talked to the children about the work she does as an MP and in the house of commons. She then stayed for lunch with the children.

Harvest Festival

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Harvest Festival. Washington Community Food Project collected the donations and were overwhelmed by the amount of contributions that were received. Children from Year 2 helped to sort out the donations ready for collection.


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