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Our School Policies

Huby school holds many policies, including specific policies for each curriculum subject, which are reviewed and updated on a 3 year rolling programme by staff and governors. These are available to view from the School Office on request. For your convenience, a selection of our policies are available to download below.

Anti-Bullying PolicyClick here 

Behaviour Policy ~ Click here

Charging & Remissions Policy ~ Click here  

Child Protection Policy ~ Click here

Collective Worship Policy ~ Click here

Collection of Children from School Policy ~ Click here

Complaints Procedure ~ Click here

Curriculum Policy ~ Click here

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Policy ~ Click here

Educational Visits Policy ~ Click here

English Policy ~ Click here 

Home School Agreement ~ Click here

Homework Policy ~ Click here  

ICT policy ~ Click here

Internet Access & e-Safety Policy ~ Click here 

Lockdown Policy ~ click here 

Leave of Absence During Term Time ~ Click here

Marking Policy ~ Click here

Mathematics Policy ~ Click here

Personalised & Inclusive Learning Policy ~ Click here 

Photographic Images Policy ~ Click here

Sex & Relationships Education Policy ~ Click here

Special Educational Needs Policy ~ Click here  

Staff Behaviour Policy ~ click here

Teaching and Learning Policy ~ Click here


NYCC Pupil Data Fair Processing Notice

School processes personal data about its pupils, including names and addresses of both parents (where applicable). This information may be used or passed on to other organisations for specific purposes as outlined in the Privacy Notice: Data Protection Act 1998.


Child Protection 

Huby CE Primary School is committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all children in school. All North Yorkshire schools, including Huby  School, follow the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board procedures. The school will, in most circumstances, endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their child/ren. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures). The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents. The school's child protection policy is available to download from the above list.


 Lockdown Procedure 

All schools are required to have Lockdown procedures in the case of dynamic emergencies. Our school has a comprehensive policy covering such a situation. It is important that parents have guidance on what they could expect if there were a Lockdown in progress. Obviously, such emergencies would all present unique challenges, and the school would be obliged to follow guidance from the relevant emergency services which may differ from the information below. However, we hope the procedures below are helpful to you in knowing what you could expect.

Should a Lockdown occur, it is advised that developments are communicated to parents / guardians as soon as is practicable and in some cases in agreement with the emergency services and the most senior member of NYCC staff overseeing the incident. Parents will be naturally concerned, anxious and all accurate information releases will assist to alleviate undue anxiety. 

The school's main priority is the safety and welfare of its pupils, and dealing with the immediate situation. However, we will endeavour to ensure that parents / guardians are given enough information to enable them to understand the potential outcome and when possible time frames so that they:

· Are reassured that the school / emergency services understands their concern for their child’s welfare, and that everything possible is being completed to ensure their safety

· Refrain from directly calling the school’s office. Calling the school will tie up telephone lines that will be required to be used by the responsible person and the emergency services.

· DO NOT initially attend the school. This may interfere with the emergency provider’s access / investigation and may put themselves and others in danger.

· Wait patiently until a safe and satisfactory outcome has been achieved and agreed by all parties, where a designated safe area will be identified for the safe handing over of the pupils to their parents / guardians.


During the initial “breaking news” of the incident it is vital that all parents are re- assured regarding the welfare and safety to their children is paramount and that the matter is being dealt with by the emergency services and NYCC jointly to resolve the matter as soon as possible with little impact to the pupils and the wider community.

However it must also be stressed that at this time the school is in a full lockdown procedure. During this period the office and entrances will be un-manned, external doors will be locked and no persons  allowed in or out of the premises until further notice.