At Ladypool each individual carries out their duties according to the code of conduct as directed by the school's policies.  Click on each tab to view a particular policy. These policies are downloadable but if you would like paper copies, please make a request with the school office. If you need further assistance please contact the school office.

Accessibility policy

Anti-bullying policy

Assessment Policy.pdf

Teaching and Learning Policy.doc

Safeguarding and  Child Protection Policy

Behaviour Policy

Computing Policy

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Policy

RE Policy

P.E. Policy 

P.E. Funding Statement

P.E. Impact Statement

Charges and remissions Policy

Collective Worship

Data Protection Policy

E-safety policy

Freedom of information

Home School Policy

Staff ICT user agreement.docx

Temporary Staff and Volunteer Acceptable ICT Use Policy Agreement.docx

Model Complaints Procedures.doc

Ladypool Primary School Complaints Procedure

Pupil Premium Policy 2017 - 18

Pupil Premium Impact Report 2016 -17

Privacy Notice for our Pupils

Further safeguarding information from the Department for Education


Prevent Duty.pdf

Keeping_children_safe_in_education May 2016.pdf

Keeping_children_safe_in_education_guidance_from_5_September_2016 (2).pdf



Summary of Child Protection Information for Visitors and Volunteers

 Ladypool Primary School is committed to the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding the children entrusted to our care.

 At Ladypool, we will support all children by:

  • Making it a caring, safe and positive environment

  • Encouraging self-esteem and self-assertiveness

  • Effectively tackling bullying and harassment

  • Promoting British Values

We recognise that some children may be dealing with individual challenges and can be exposed to risks. All staff are here to help support them through these times and work together to help resolve the issue and concerns.

At Ladypool Primary School in order to protect our children, we aim to:

  • Create an atmosphere where all our children feel secure, valued and listened to

  • Recognise signs and symptoms of abuse

  • Respond quickly, appropriately and effectively to cases of concern.


If you have a concern that a child is being harmed, is at risk of harm, or you receive a disclosure (intentionally or unintentionally) you must contact the staff member as quickly as possible.


DSL names: Mrs Huda Ali Aslam (Head Teacher)

Lesley Grandison - Deputy Headteacher

Sian Harries - Assistant Headteacher

Dawn Delgado - Assistant Headdteacher


Everyone working with our children, their parents and carers should be aware that:

  • Their role is to listen and note carefully any observations which could indicate abuse

  • They should not attempt to investigate once the initial concern is raised

  • They should involve the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) immediately

  • If the DSL is not available the Deputy DSL should be contacted or then the Office.

  • Disclosure of abuse or harm from children may be made at any time

If anything worries you or concerns you, report it straight away