These are general whole school policies we have in place here at Stoke Park. For polcies relating to parents and pupils, see the polices area under the parents and students menu.
Here at Stoke Park, we have a number of policies in place to ensure the school runs as smoothly, safely and fairly as possible.
As of January 2009, we have adopted a new policy regarding the Freedom of Information Act.
The Equality and Cohesion Scheme brings together the previous Schemes for Accessibility, Disability, Gender and Race into one document, and now also includes Community Cohesion.
Please view our Admissions Policy for information regarding our subscription criteria and other details regarding admission into Stoke Park as a student.
View our Archive Admissions Policy
The Anti-Bullying Policy outlines our intentions to combat bullying within Stoke Park School.
Please view our Anti-Bullying Policy for more information.
Stoke Park School has a Safeguarding Policy in place to help us govern child protection issues in school and at home. For details of how we administer child protection and safeguarding at Stoke Park, please view our Safeguarding Policy
In today's age of technology, staff and students almost permanently have access to information over the internet, whether from a school device, or one of their own. It is imperative that we have an E-Safety policy in place to oversee what staff and students whould adhere to when accessing this information electronically. Please view our E-Safety Policy for further information.