Academy Forms, Policies & Important Documents

Academy Forms
Admissions Form (In-Year Transfer)
Home - Academy Agreement & "Behaviour 1-2-3" Rules & Expectations
ICT Acceptable Usage Agreement (July 2017)
Off-site Activities - Parental Consent Form 2017-2018
Student Data Form 2017-2018 (full version)
Student Data Form (short version - change of name/address/contact details only)
Academy Policies

The Bulwell Academy has policies to cover a wide range of issues. For further information please contact info@bulwellacademy.co.uk.

Admissions Policy 2017-2018
Admissions Policy 2016-2017
Attendance Policy July 2015 (currently being reviewed June 2017)
Anti-Bullying Policy (Sept 2016)
Behaviour Management Policy (currently being reviewed Feb 2017)
Charging & Remissions Policy (June 2017)
Child Protection, Safeguarding & Training Policy (Revision Date: Sept 2016)
Complaints Procedure
Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Policy (April 2015)
E-Safety Policy
Freedom of Information Policy (November 2015)
Health & Safety Policy (Jan 2015)
Home Learning Policy 2016 (replaces Homework Policy 2008)
Inclusion & Special Educational Needs / Disabilities (SEN/D) Policy
(Final Version December 2014)
Special Educational Needs / Disabilities Policy (last reviewed July 2016)
Useful & Important Documents
After School Activities Summer 2017
Exam Timetable and Revision Timetables
Homework Strategy
Homophobic Language - Guidance
Incidents of a Race Hate nature (information for parents)
Parental and Visitor Code of Conduct (February 2017)
Proactively Tackling Bullying (information for parents)
School Uniform Requirements & School Clothing Allowance
Student Possessions
Structure of the Academy learning day (2017-2018)
Vision Statement (last reviewed October 2015)
Term Dates 2016-2017
Term Dates 2017-2018
CCTV Surveillance within the Academy
The Academy has a large number of surveillance cameras in place across the campus to ensure the safety of all our students, staff and visitors. These cameras also monitor and track student behaviour. Whilst these are not constantly watched, these cameras provide evidence to identify negative behaviour and will be used as part of the disciplinary procedure. Where a student causes damage to school, the Academy will pass any repair costs on to the parent/carer.
CCTV Systems on Public Transport

 To address safety issues that arise on school children's journeys to and from school, Nottingham City Transport and the Nottingham Tram operators will be using full CCTV coverage of these journeys to minimise any behaviour that could affect the safety of school children or other passengers.

CRB checked officers from these companies can show the footage to staff at schools. Where a matter is deemed to be a crime or an assault the police will be involved. The type of behaviour the companies will bring to the Academy's attention could be, for example, tampering with safety equipment, running around, annoying other passengers.

   

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