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Policies - including SEND, Complaints and Pupil Premium

Please see Hartshead's policy on the key areas below. Click on the files to download.

Acceptable Use Policy

Accessibilty Plan

Anti-Bullying Policy

Attendance Policy


Catch Up Premium

Charging and Remissions

Complaints Procedure

Cyber Security

Data Protection Policy

Early Years Policy

Equality, Diversity and Cohesion

Managing Serial and Unreasonable Complaints

Marking and Feedback Policy

Mathematics Calculation Policies

Privacy Notice

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is method of supporting children who are now, or have previously been, on the free school meal register or are, or have previously been, a 'Looked After Child'

Additional funding is provided by the government to ensure they can benefit from all educational opportunities a school has to offer, they feel included and safe and their attainment bears comparison to other pupils in school and national expectations.

Please see the school's annual report and action plan by opening the file below.

Remote Learning Policy

Safeguarding Policy

Safer Recruitment

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

How can we support your child at Hartshead, Junior and Infant School?

Hartshead Junior and Infant School is committed to the achievement of all pupils. Inclusivity is embedded into our school. We pride ourselves on our ‘family’ ethos, which provides a nurturing environment that will enable all of our pupils to achieve their full potential. We strive to create an effective partnership between parents, carers, pupils and professionals. 

We appreciate that you know your child best and throughout their school life you may feel that they require some additional help or support.

Our 'Provision' document below aims to inform you of the types of support we make available for your child at Hartshead Junior and Infant School. It will help you understand who can help and how this support can be accessed. The more detailed 'Policy and Practice' document can also be viewed below. 

The level and type of SEND support available from the Local Authourity can be viewed on this link -  www.kirklees.gov.uk/localoffer

Kias, Kirklees Information Advice and Support Service, is for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and / or Disabilities and their parents or carers.

KIAS is a statutory, free, impartial and confidential service, working with Parents / Carers, Children and Young People. The service offers information, advice and support relating to a child or young person’s Special Educational Needs and/or disability and is available to anybody living within the Kirklees area.


Link to SEND Code of Practice: 0 to 25 Years 2015


SEND Policy 2023 - 2024

SEND Provision 2023-2024

Sports Premium

Schools must use the Sport Premium Funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. 

Written Statement of Behaviour

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