Below is a list of our key policy documents:
Mission statement, Houses, Punctuality, Arrival and Departure, After School, After School, Prep, Absence, Term Dates, Holiday Scheme, Food and Drink, Child Protection, If a student is worried, Medical Care and Medicine, Health and Safety, Conduct, Appearance....
School Uniform booklet.
Sportswear Booklet | PDF
Sportswear Booklet, Availability, Identification, Houses, Terms, Equipment...
Admissions Prospectus, Mission Statement, Admissions, Pastoral Care and Discipline, and Policy Documents.
Pastoral Care and Discipline Policy
Pastoral Care and Discipline, Introduction, The Form Teacher, Communication, Rewards, Discipline, Rewards, Sanctions, Suspension and Exclusion.
Curriculum, Mission Statement, Balance, Early Years, Teaching and Learning, Assessment, Special Educational Needs and Overview.
Curriculum overview for EYFS and Years 1 to Upper Sixth.
Special Needs Policy
This policy outlines the essential elements contained within the SEN Code of Practice (November 2001) and the Early Years’ Foundation Stage on the identification assessment and reporting of Special Educational Needs (S.E.N.).
Hill House recognises its responsibility to make reasonable adjustments to provide education for Pupils with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities. This policy should be taken in conjunction with the school’s Special Educational Needs Policy.
Policy and Procedures for Child Protection.
English as an Additional Language
Education & Welfare Provision made for pupils with English as an Additional Language.
Complaints Procedure for Parents
It is the School’s policy to ensure that parents with a grievance relating to their child’s education can use a procedure that can help to resolve problems as quickly and fairly as possible. Parents may request the number of formal complaints made during the preceding school year.
Data Protection Privacy Notification
This document details what information the school processes, with whom, why and your rights.
Acceptable Use Policy - Pupils
ICT Pupil acceptable use policy
Acceptable Use Policy - School Community (except pupils)
Acceptable use policy for ICT systems, security and working with personal and sensitive data (paper and electronic).
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy
BYOD policy for staff and visitors.
The school's e-safety policy.
Taking and storing images
The school's policy regarding the taking and using of images of pupils.
The aims of the school.
Further policies available on request from the school office include:
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Health and Safety Policy
- First Aid Policy
- Staff Code of Conduct
- Number of Complaints made last year