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Gladesmore Community School

Gladesmore Community School

Policies and Documents - Updating

The school has numerous policies that guide practice and documents that outline plans, procedures and the impact of these. A number are posted on this page for ready access but others can be obtained by contacting the school office.

A brief outline of some the main policies are given below; parents and carers can also find some key policies and procedures in the children's school diaries.


MISSING - Introduction

  • [OP3.1a] Haringey Schools Admissions Process

Achievement Plans 

MISSING - Introduction

  • MISSING - COVID Catch up Plan
  • MISSING - Y7 Catch up plan

Behaviour and Rewards

Our school behaviour policy is designed to create a stable, sensitive learning atmosphere. The system is based on a clear set of school rules and the expectation of self-discipline. High standards of behaviour are expected of all pupils; this is an important feature of our ethos.

Through the reward system, pupils are given recognition for the school’s REACH values when they demonstrate Respect, Enthusiasm, Attitude, Cooperation and Hard Work. We have a strong emphasis at Gladesmore on positive reinforcement so pupils receive frequent verbal encouragement. We like to involve parents and carers in the reward system by notifying them of particular successes.

The school has a clear system of sanctions.  We find that sanctions are sometimes necessary to remind pupils of their responsibilities. Parents/Carers and pupils should be aware that our discipline system is rigorous and we expect all pupils to adhere to the high standards expected. All parents/carers choosing  to send their children to Gladesmore, should be aware of this.

  • [OP5] Anti Bullying Policy
  • [OP4.1] Behaviour & Exclusions Policy
  • [OP4.1.1] Behaviour Policy COVID Addendum


MISSING - Introduction

  • [F5.1] Charging Policy


MISSING - Introduction

  • [OP9] Complaints Procedure


MISSING - Introduction

  • [C1] Curriculum Policy

Data Protection and GDPR 

For any enquiries relating to the Data Protection Policy or GDPR at Gladesmore, please contact either the school or:

Data Protection Officer: Craig Stilwell
Company: Judicium Consulting Ltd
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE
Telephone: 0203 326 9174

A copy of our Pupil and Parent Privacy Notice can be downloaded from the policy list below.

  • [OP8.2] GDPR Pupil and Parent Privacy Notice


We recognise that every pupil should feel safe and secure in school and that s/he should be totally accepted in the community regardless of race, religion, gender, class, disability, age, sex and sexual orientation.

The school will not tolerate any of the following behaviours: name calling; writing graffiti; physical intimidation; offensive remarks about a person's body, gender or sexuality; inappropriate jokes; and unwelcome attention or physical contact which makes an individual feel threatened or uncomfortable. Every individual has a responsibility to take action and support the Equal Opportunities policy of the school. The emphasis is on working together so that everyone feels safe.

  • [EQ4] Gender Equality Policy
  • [EQ8] Sexual Orientation Equality Policy
  • MISSING - Accessibility Policy
  • MISSING - Accessibility Plan

Ethos, Vision and Goals 

MISSING - Introduction

  • [S1] Ethos Vision & Motto
  • [S3] SDP Executive Summary 2020-21 Goals and Aims (July20)

Governance and Leadership 

MISSING - The structure and remit of the governing board and its committees, and full names of the chair of each GB member include the points below

  • Booklet
    • [F1.3a] Governing Body July20
    • MISSING - Attendance record at governing board and committee meetings over the last academic year 
    • MISSING - Details of voting rights on committees
    • MISSING - Register of business and pecuniary ( financial) interests 
    • MISSING - Details of time taken off by staff who are union officials

Home School Agreement 

Effective partnership and cooperation between home and school is at the heart of successful education at Gladesmore. We find that children thrive when staff, parents and children are able to work well together to set high expectations for excellence. To guide this partnership we have a Home-School Agreement. This outlines the responsibilities of parents, pupils and of the school in supporting the learning process.

  • [OP1] Home School Agreement
  • [Op1.1] Home School Agreement COVID 19 Addendum


MISSING - Introduction

  • [S13.4] Ofsted Report December 2013

Pupil Premium 

MISSING - Introduction

  • [S6.1a] Plan of Pupil Premium Use 2020-21
  • MISSING - [S6.2] Pupil Premium Impact Evaluation 2019-20
  • MISSING - Plan of Pupil Premium Use 2019-20


Under Section 11 of the Children’s Act 2004 the school has a responsibility to safeguard and promote its young people and their welfare. This responsibility complements Section 175 of the Education Act 2002.

Safeguarding includes child protection, health care plans, health and safety, site security, safety on school trips, anti-bullying work and prevent.

The School will work in collaboration with other agencies such as Social Services and the Police to safeguard pupils and protect children from maltreatment, impairment of children’s health or development, ensure that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care.

Please visit our Safeguarding section for more information.

  • [HS5.1] Child Protection & Safeguarding  Policy
  • [EQ12] Prevent Strategy


MISSING - Introduction

  • [C6] SEND Policy 2020-21
  • [C6.1] SEN Information Report - 2020-21


Gladesmore Community School
Crowland Road
N15 6EB


020 8800 0884