Here at Stoke Park, we have a number of policies in place to ensure the school runs as smoothly, safely and fairly as possible.
Stoke Park School has a Child Protection Policy in place to help us govern child protection issues in school and at home. For details of how we administer child protection and safeguarding at Stoke Park, please click here to view our Child Protection Policy.
For issues regarding Child Protection, please contact Caroline Kirk, Assistant Head Teacher.
As part of the school's ICT program, students have access to computers with internet access and a variety of software programs to aid them in their studies. Students need to be aware of the dangers of internet usage, and need to have filled in an internet usage permission form (on the linked pdf).
Students are responsible for providing themselves with the basic equipment needed for school. Normally students should not bring valuable items into school. If this does prove necessary then they should leave the item with a teacher for safe keeping until needed.
In today's age of technology, staff and students almost permanently have access to information over the internet, whether from a school device, or one of their own. It is imperative that we have an E-Safety policy in place to oversee what staff and students would adhere to when accessing this information electronically. Please view our E-Safety Policy for further information.
Also read our guide on keeping safe online.
For more information on Online and E-Safety, please view the CEOP Website. https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Secondary/
The school aims to ensure that all aspects of food and nutrition
provided during the school day promote the health and wellbeing of
students, staff and visitors to our school. In delivering the policy,
the school also aims to improve the health of the whole school community
through the flow of information between school, students and their
Homework enhances student learning, improves achievement and develops students's study skills and as such is an integral part of the
curriculum. It requires careful planning and integration into the scheme of work of each curriculum area. Homework is work that is set to be done outside the timetabled curriculum. It contains an element of independent study in that it is not usually directly supervised by a teacher. It is important in raising student achievement.
Since 2010, when the Government published the Prevent Strategy, there
has been an awareness of the specific need to safeguard children, young
people and families from violent extremism. There have been several
occasions both locally and nationally in which extremist groups have
attempted to radicalise vulnerable children and young people to hold
extreme views including views justifying political, religious, sexist or
racist violence, or to steer them into a rigid and narrow ideology that
is intolerant of diversity and leaves them vulnerable to future
Please click here to view our statement Dealing with Allegations of Abuse Against Staff and Volunteers.