We have an extensive list of policies which ensure your child's academic, emotional and physical wellbeing is outstanding at all times. Below you will find a list of Ofsted statutory policies and important policies relating to key procedures that we are required to publish online.
Please note our exclusion arrangements are detailed in our Managing and Supporting Behaviour Policy.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is: Catherine Biddick
The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) is: Claire Jouvenat
The name of the Designated Teacher for Children in Care is: Jerry Marks
The Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for the Prevent agenda is: Catherine Biddick
The Child Sexual Exploitation Lead is: Catherine Biddick
The named Safeguarding Governor is: Richard Horswell
Please ensure you have read carefully the Aspire Complaints Procedure below. This document clearly outlines the appropriate and timely steps.
Mount Hawke Academy is committed to its Public Sector Equality duties and will endeavour to:
- Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation and other conduct prohibited by the Act
- Advance equality of opportunity between all people, regardless of Disability, Sex (gender), Race (ethnicity), Pregnancy and Maternity, Religion and Belief, Sexual Orientation, Transgender, Age or Marriage and Civil Partnership
- Foster good relations between all people, as above
Scheme of Publication
Mount Hawke Academy is committed to complying with and implementing the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (2000) and related legislation. This provides a general entitlement to any person to be able to access information held by the schools, subject to exemptions and conditions laid down by law.
This policy applies to all information held by schools regardless of how it was created or received. It applies irrespective of the media on which the information is stored and whether the information is recorded on paper or held electronically. The Act’s powers are fully retrospective and thus information is accessible no matter how old it may be. Similarly, information in draft form will also be accessible under the Act.
We will offer advice and assistance to anybody wishing to make a request for information.
It should be noted that access to personal information (that is information from which a living individual can be identified) is still governed under the Data Protection Act 2018. Requests for access to such information will be governed in line with the requirements of this legislation.