Policies

The Link Secondary School has a range of policies and procedures in place which are designed to promote a positive and comfortable learning and working environment. They are also there to ensure our students, staff and visitors remain safe at all times.

You can download our policies by clicking on the links below. Alternatively, please contact the school office if you wish to see a policy that is not listed here or would like a printed copy.

OHC&AT Admissions Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy

Anti-Radicalisation Policy

Assessment and Examinations Policy

Attendance Policy

16-19 Bursary Policy

British Values Statement

Charging and Remissions Policy

Child Protection Adult Protection and Safeguarding Policy

The Link Secondary School Covid-19 safeguarding annex

Community Use Policy

Complaints Policy

Educational Visits Policy

Equality & Diversity Policy

E-Safety Policy

Exclusions Policy

Families & Visitors Policy

Freedom of Information Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Mental Capacity & Consent Policy

Missing Child Policy

Positive Behaviour Policy

Provider Access Policy

Recruitment and Selection Policy and Procedure

Relationships & Sex Education Policy

Remote Education Policy

SEND Policy

Student Mental Wealth, Health and Wellbeing Policy

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy

Visiting Speaker Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

 

 

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent 

 

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