Please find below our guiding policies and procedures.
At all times our intention is to work together to resolve any issues or concerns in a way that maintains positive and productive relationships in the best interests of children.
|Attendance is a priority at our site with a focus on coming to school on time and regularly to ensure a strong start to each day||FCS Attendance Policy||FCS Attendance Policy|
|As at any school, there may be times where issues arise between students. It is important to understand the difference between bullying, friendship conflicts and developmental understanding of how we resolve conflict.
It is important to encourage your child to speak with a staff member immediately following any concern they have.
We use restorative practices to support students to work towards repairing relationships and finding resolutions together.
|FCS Anti-Bullying Policy||FCS Anti-Bullying Policy October 17|
|As at any school, there may be times when issues or situations arise at FCS that could adversely affect your child’s learning and wellbeing. If that does happen, please don’t hesitate to talk to us.
As a first step, we encourage you to approach your child’s teacher.
|FCS Parent Concern procedures||FCS Parent Concern Procedure December 2020|
|Decision making at FCS is aimed at being inclusive, transparent, informed, democratic, collaborative and in the best interests of
|FCS Consultation and Decision Making Policy||FCS Consultation and Decision Making Policy February 2021|
|We have high expectations of every student to conduct themselves in line with our school values of respect, responsibility and compassion in all they do and all their interactions with others.||FCS Student Code of Conduct||FCS Student Code of Conduct February 2021|
|FCS Volunteer Policy||FCS Volunteer Policy||FCS Volunteer Policy December 2020|
|General Department for Education information||DfE Raising a Complaint Policy||Raising a Complaint with Department for Education|