A typical school policy has to refer to and take account of maybe 10 or more pieces of legislation, and perhaps several government guidance documents.
From these legal requirements comes your set of duties, aims, division of responsibilities, notes on the role of the governors, the headteacher and specialists within the school, plus the role of parents and their children, in relation to this policy. This all needs to be spelled out.
Even when that is done there is still the issue of showing how you let everyone know about the policy, how you check that everyone has actually read and understood it, and how and when you’ve monitored it.
It is not surprising then that a very large number of school leaders have had enough of spending their time working on school policies.
Which is why they subscribe to Policies for Schools.
Access to over 290 specially prepared school policies
For just £225 (plus VAT), a subscription to Policies for Schools provides a full year’s access to download over 290 school policies, all regularly updated, plus all additional school policies that are added to the website during the year.
What’s more, if by any chance there is a policy that you need, but which isn’t there, once you are a subscriber Policies for Schools will research it and publish it on the website for all subscribers to access.