Provider Access Policy Sept 2019 2020

Appeals Policy

Disability Equality Scheme

About Our School

Accessibility Plan

Acceptable Use Policy(ICT)

Admissions-Criteria-2021-22 – (Catchment Map 2020)

Admissions-Criteria 2020-21

amended Admissions-Criteria-2019-2020

Admissions Criteria 2018 2019

Admissions Criteria 2017 2018

Admissions Criteria 2016 2017

Anti-bullying policy September 2019

Assessment marking and feedback policy 2019

Behaviour Policy 2019

Careers Ed IAG Policy 2019 2020

CCTV POLICY – November 2019


Curriculum-Policy-2019, Curriculum Policy Appendix 1, Curriculum Policy Appendix 2, Curriculum Policy Appendix 3, Curriculum Policy Appendix 4 How will we organise learning table, Curriculum Policy Appendix 5


Educational Visits Policy


Ethos and Values

Food Policy

Health and Safety Policy



online safety policy

Parent Carer code of conduct October 2019

Peer on Peer Abuse Autumn 2018

Physical Activity Policy

Provider Access Policy Sept 2019 2020

PSCHE Policy September 2019

Pupil-Premium-Strategy-2020 2021

rewards policy

Relationships and Sex Education Policy

School Trips Category A policy

SEN-information-report- June 2019

Social Media Policy

SEN Policy November 2019


Whistleblowing Policy

Whole School Policy for Child Protection to Safeguard and Promote the Welfare of Children

Work Experience Policy 2019 2020


Attendance Policy

As from 1st September 2011 Kirkby College has revised the school’s Attendance Policy in line with the Local Authority. Research indicates that a low level of attendance has a detrimental effect on learning and progress. 15 days of absence a school year will result in 92.1% attendance and the research indicates that 17 missed school days a school year will result in a full GCSE grade drop, in fact only 25% of students with attendance below 90% will achieve GCSE grades A*-C.

The Department for Education advice is:

If the Principal does not give permission for a holiday absence during term time and the holiday is taken, the absence will be marked as unauthorised and a Penalty Notice may be issued for each child on returning to school. In the exceptional circumstances noted above, and with an accompanying letter of explanation or supporting evidence, permission may be granted, the absence will still be recorded as unauthorised, but a penalty notice will NOT be issued.

Attached is the most up to date attendance letter that was sent out to parents/carers by the Principal in April 2017.






The school is open from 4th January 2021 for vulnerable and key worker students only.