Policies

Access to Documents

The following documents are available at the school for inspection by parents: 

  1. The Academy's Statement of Curriculum Policy.
  2. All statutory instruments (including Statutory Orders for National Curriculum subjects), Circulars and Administrative Memoranda relating to powers and duties under Chapter 1 of the Education Reform Act (The Curriculum) which are sent to schools by the Department for Education.
  3. Schemes of work currently used by teachers in the school.
  4. Syllabuses followed, whether for public examinations or otherwise. The United Learning Trust's agreed syllabus for R.E.
  5. A copy of the arrangements for the consideration of complaints about the school curriculum.
  6. Copies of the Governing Body's Annual Report.

The above documents may be seen by making an appointment to see the Principal.

Access to DfES circulars and information about school performance in the area may be obtained from the LEA.

Please click the links below to view or download our policies:

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Admissions

Northampton Academy Admissions Policy from September 2017
Northampton Academy Admissions Policy from September 2018

Sixth Form Admissions policy for September 2018 entry 
Sixth Form Admissions policy for September 2019 entry (under consultation)

For more information, please see the Admissions page

Accessibility Plan

Northampton Academy Accessibility Plan

Anti Bullying

Northampton Academy Anti Bullying Policy

Attendance

Northampton Academy Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy

Northampton Academy Behaviour for Learning Policy

Letter to parents regarding Mobile Phones use in school June 2017

Character Education Policy

Northampton Academy Character Education Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

The Governors have agreed to implement a charging and remissions policy in accordance with statutory requirements. These charges may apply to items such as residential visits and activities outside school.

Northampton Academy Charging and Remissions Policy

Child Safeguarding Policies 

Northampton Academy Safeguarding Children's Policy and Child Protection Procedures

Complaints 

If any parent, legal guardian or education guardian believes that they have a relevant grievance, they should make a formal complaint. This should be in writing to a member of staff, usually the relevant Group Tutor, or to any other adult member of staff who is in a position to report the complaint.

Northampton Academy Complaints Policy

E-Safety

Northampton Academy E-Safety Policy

Click to download a copy of the Code of Conduct for Internet Use

Exclusions Policy

Northampton Academy Exclusions Policy

Home School Agreement

Northampton Academy Home School Agreement

SEND/Inclusion

Northampton Academy SEND Policy
SEND Information Report

Publication of Equalities Information and Objectives

Click to download a copy of our Equality Analysis

Please email enquiries@northampton-academy.org or call Northampton Academy on 01604 210017 to request paper copies of the above.

Uniform Policy

Northampton Academy Uniform Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

United Learning Whistleblowing Policy

School Sport Partnership Youth Sport Trust

 

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