We believe in working closely with parents in order that pupils can develop their abilities, aptitudes and personalities to the full. This individual approach adopted by the school ensures that we are fully aware of current strengths and areas needed for improvement for our pupils.
Our partnership with parents ensures high standards of quality and attainment, in both an academic and a social context.
At The Grange, we are very much concerned with the welfare of all our pupils. Form tutors are the people with whom the pupils are in contact each day and to whom they relate in the first instance. Pupils have some time set aside each day in which they can develop relationships within the form groups - this is part of school life which we regard as being very important. Each year group has its own Year Council which helps to make decisions about school life. Representatives from each Year Council also meet to form a whole School Council.
Everybody has a right to come to school and be safe from unkindness, threats and violence.
To raise levels of achievement by ensuring the highest possible levels of attendance, punctuality and involvement in the school.
The school values good behaviour and seeks to create systems which will minimise and appropriately address all forms of unacceptable behaviour.
Sex & Relationship Education & Confidentiality Policy
Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) is part of lifelong learning about physical, moral and emotional development.
Special Educational Needs Policy
The Grange School believes that every pupil has an entitlement to develop their full potential.