Click on each of the links below to download the related policy document:
- Accessibility Plan
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Attendance Policy
- Behaviour Policy
East Sussex – Positive Handling Guidance
- British Values
- Charging and Remission Policy
- Complaints Policy and Procedure
- Safeguarding Policy
- E Safety Policy
- Effective Learning Policy
- Health & Safety Policy December 2018
- Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Policy
- Online Safety
- GDPR Motcombe Schools Privacy Notice
Data Retention Policy – DPO
- GDPR Governors and Volunteers Privacy Notice Sep 2018
- Security Statement
- SMSC Policy
For Curriculum Policies please see the Curriculum tab
As part of an East Sussex directive we have a plan for “lockdowns”. Lockdown procedures are important and would be used in response to an internal or external incident which could be a threat to the safety of staff and children in the school. Please click here to see details of this procedure.
Please click here to view the document entitled – Appropriate Filtering for Education Settings ESEN Response October 2016
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Safeguarding and Child Protection
At Motcombe we work hard to provide a safe and secure environment for our children with all staff sharing responsibilities for the children’s welfare. To that end, we have rigorous procedures in place to ensure that any adult working in the school has met all the safeguarding requirements. The PSHEe curriculum is designed to help the children become responsible, caring and confident. Strategies relating to child protection issues are addressed through activities such as ‘circle time’.
The school has an Anti-Bullying Policy, which demonstrates how this issue is tackled and what it does to ensure that all are treated with respect.
Parents and carers should be aware that the school will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be the subject of ill treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, staff have no alternative but to follow the Child Protection Procedures and inform the Children’s Services Department of their concerns. The Headteacher (Designated Safeguarding Lead – DSL) or members of the designated team has responsibility for co-ordinating action related to child protection and for liaison with other agencies.
The designated Child Protection Teachers at Motcombe are;
Tracy Robinson – Headteacher
Emma Moore – Assistant Headteacher
Jo Ansell – SENCO