Click here to view Access Plan for Cleaswell Hill School (March 2017- March 2020)
Click here to view Anti-Bullying Policy (Summer 2019 – Summer 2020)
Click here to view Behaviour Policy (Autumn Term 2018 – Autumn Term 2020)
Click here to view Careers and IAG policy (Spring 2018 – Spring 2020
Click here to view our Careers Programme
Click here to view Charging and Remissions Policy (Spring 2019 – Spring 2020)
Click here to view Child Protection Policy (Autumn 2018 – Autumn 2019)
Click here to view our Complaints Policy (Autumn Term 2018 – Autumn Term 2019)
Click here to view our Complaints Procedure – adopted by CHS – Spring Term 2013
Click here to view our Data Protection Policy (Summer 2017-2018)
Click here to view our Equality Policy (Autumn Term 2019)
Click here to view our Provider Access Policy (Spring 2019 – Spring 2020)
Click here to view our Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Policy
In accordance with the Education Reform Act of 1988, Governing Bodies of schools may make charges for particular activities, and at Cleaswell Hill School this applies to two aspects of school work:
Residential Activities (involving overnight stays)
Charges are made for the following elements of residential activities:
• Travel Costs of Pupil
• Board and Lodging of Pupil
• Entrance Fees
• Insurance costs
• Day Visits During School Time
From time to time, classes arrange special visits, linked to particular topics, and parents may be asked to make voluntary contributions towards the costs of entrance fees etc. . No pupil would be excluded because of a parent’s inability to contribute. However, the school might need to reconsider the viability of a visit if there were insufficient voluntary contributions. The costs of staff participation are not included when calculating parental contributions.
Our last Ofsted inspection was in March 2017. We were graded as Outstanding in all areas.
All Ofsted inspections reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website here.
Our latest inspection report is also available for download below.
Click here to view Cleaswell Hill School Ofsted Report 2017
Click here to view Cleaswell Hill School Ofsted Report 2011
KS2 & KS4 results
Key Stage 2 results 17-18:
0% of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
Average progress in reading is -10.3%
Average progress in writing is -7%
Average progress in maths is -10.7%
0% of pupils achieved higher standard in reading, writing and maths.
Average reading test score: 97
Average maths test score: 87
Key Stage 4 results 17-18:
Progress 8 score is -2.01
Attainment 8 score is 1.7
0% of pupils achieved grade 5 or above in English and maths.
0% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate.
100% of pupils continued in education or employment.
The Equality Act 2010 was introduced to ensure protection from discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of specific characteristics (referred to as protected characteristics). For schools, this means that it is unlawful to discriminate against pupils or treat them less favourably because of their gender; race; disability; religion or belief; gender reassignment; sexual orientation; pregnancy or maternity.
Marriage and civil partnerships and age are also ‘protected characteristics’, but do not apply to our provision for students. Under the Act, the school is expected to comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty. This requires us to:
Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation
Advance equality of opportunity between different groups
Foster good relations between different groups
As a public organisation, we are required to:
Publish information to show compliance with the Equality Duty. This is done via our Equalities Policy
Publish Equality Objectives which are specific and measurable
Our Equalities Policy is in line with national guidance and contains information about how the school complies with the Public Sector Equality Duty.
We also give guidance to staff and outside visitors on our approach to promoting equality.
Our Equality Objectives reflect the school’s priorities and draw upon available data and other evidence. Careful analysis of this is undertaken in order to ensure that we are working to achieve improved outcomes for different groups.
Please see Policies section of website for further details