Stebbing Primary


Policies and Safeguarding


Below are some of the Policies we have in school. If you require a hard copy of one of these or would like to see what other policies are available please contact the school office. Policies are written by a number of stakeholders in school. Where appropriate, they are shared with parents and pupils to gain feedback prior to their ratification by the Governing Body.


Accessibility Plan(February 2017)

Administering Medicines (February 2018)

Admissions (June 2019)

Anti-Bullying (January 2019)

Assessment (February 2017)

Attendance (October 2019)

Charging (October 2019)

Collective Worship (February 2016)

Complaints Policy and Procedure (January 2019)

Concerns and Complaints Leaflet

 Disaster Recovery Plan (January 2019)

 Discipline and Behaviour (May 2020)

Drugs Education (May 2017)

E-Safety Policy (March 2020)

Early Years Foundation Stage (February 2018)

Educational Visits (January 2018)

Email Communication Policy (June 2019)

English (February 2020)

Gifts and Hospitality (March 2020)

 Handwriting (October 2018)

Health and Safety (December 2018)

Home School Agreement

Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (September 2019)

Looked After Children (January 2019)

 Marking (October 2018)

Maths (February 2020)

Medical Needs (October 2019)

Modern Foreign Languages MFL (June 2019)

Phonics Teaching Strategy (October 2020)

Physical Education (January 2019)

Personal, Social, Emotional, Economic (PSHE) (October 2018)

Religious Education (RE) (May 2019)

Relationships and Sexuality Education (June 2017)

Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural (SMSC) (MAY 2016)

Teaching and Learning (October 2015)

Travel Plan (June 2018)

Unhomework Policy (May 2019)

Visiting Speakers (February 2020)


Under review

Please note the following policies are currently under review and awaiting ratification from the Governing Body.

Accessibility Plan



Collective Worship

Drugs Education

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)


Teaching and Learning




Please find below the documents which relate to Safeguarding children at Stebbing Primary.


Essex Safeguarding Children’s Board


If you require support at home please contact us either through your child’s class teacher’s email address or by contacting Miss Mawson, Headteacher by following the link below.


Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to

contact us


The designated safeguarding leads for our school are:


Miss Mawson (Headteacher)

Mrs Chamberlain (SENCO)

Mrs Clayden (Assistant Headteacher)


Child Protection Policy September 2020


 Keeping Children Safe in Education


SET Procedures


Essex Safeguarding Children’s Board


See our e-safety statement below for when we use Google Meet for video-calling:

*KS2 Parents*

At Stebbing Primary School we would like to keep up to date with you and your children. To do this we are using a product called Google Meet for our video-calling. We will be using our school account for this, so you do not need to buy anything or create an account.

When we make our video call, we will always post on ClassDojo and Google Classroom first with the video link and the time. We will never email your child asking them to join a call without you knowing, and we will never ask to ‘video meet’ with you or your child outside our school hours which are currently 8:45-15:00.

To use the video link just click on it. If you are accessing through your child’s school email address you should be able to access the video automatically. It will take you to a joining screen where you can check your audio and visual settings. You can then click to join the meeting. If you are trying to access using an email account other than your child’s school account you may be asked for a password or to wait to be permitted to enter the meeting.

When we make the video call please make sure the computer is in a suitable place, not in a bedroom or bathroom for example and the background is clear, showing just the wall perhaps. Please also make sure you are available to support your child and to ensure they are behaving suitably.

To protect you and your child further, please note:

We will always make sure that there are two members of staff on the video call and we would like parents to be alongside when our call takes place.
There should be no inappropriate content on any of our video calls. Please contact the school if you are concerned about any of the content of the video call.
A member of staff will stay on the video call until all children have left.
Once the meeting has ended, the link should not continue to be used.

If you would like any further information, please get in touch by emailing your class teacher.

We hope that this will continue to be a great opportunity for classes to meet and catch up with each other, keeping us all together even though we’re apart.

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