Key Files, Policies & Reports

Title Download
Academy Data 2019 Download
Admissions Guidance for Parents Download
Admissions Policy 2020 Download
Admissions Policy 2021 Download
Admissions Policy 2022 Download
Attendance Parent Leaflet Download
Behaviour Policy Addendum June 2020 Download
Charging and Remissions Policy 2021 Download
Combined Data Protection and FOI Policy Download
Combined Data Protection and FOI Policy (July 19) Download
Complaints Flowchart Download
Complaints Policy 2019 Download
Equality Matrix 18 Download
Equality policy 18 Download
GDPR Information Download
Inclusion Policy - September 2018 Download
PDET SEND Policy 2019 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2018 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2019 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2020 (May 21 update) Download
Privacy Notice - Parents (July 19) Download
Privacy Notice - Pupils (July 19) Download
Promoting Fundamental British Values Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19 Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-20 Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-2021 Download
Pupil Premium Update 2017-18 Download
Pytchley Pupil Premium 2020-2021 Download
Pytchley Remote Learning for Parents Download
Pytchley SIAMS Judgement Report Download
Pytchley SIAMS Report June 2016 Download
Radicalisation Extremism Policy 2019 Download
Religious Education Policy 18 Download
Religious Education Policy 2018 Download
Safeguarding Policy - September 2020 Download
School Accessibility Audit Download
SEN Information Report 2019 Download
SIFA Download
Supplemental Funding Agreement Download
Teaching and learning policy 2021 Download
Trust Health and Safety Policy 1 Nov 2020 Download
Trust Health and Safety Statement 1 Nov 2020 Download
Trust Pupil Premium Principles Download
Video Conferencing Policy Download
Whistleblowing Policy Download

Key School Information

Religious Education is taught through the Northamptonshire Agreed Syllabus. This incorporates learning about a variety of different religions in our Local area and community including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Sikhism Humanism and many more. Pupils are taught to be reflective and considerate of the beliefs of others. The Northamptonshire Agreed Syllabus is currently being reviewed and we are looking forward to using the new units of study when they are published in May.

As a Church of England School we enhance our curriculum with Understanding Christianity Units, as recommended by the Diocese of Peterborough. This provides children with a deeper understanding of the ‘Big Story’ of Christianity by using passages and stories from the bible to consider their meaning and reflect how this may affect our lives and others.