Jus'T'Learn Policies and Procedures have been inspected and approved by OFSTED, Quality Assurance Monitoring Team from Local Authorities and Health & Safety Auditors. For details on school policies please click on the appropriate links. Should you require any further information please email the school at info@justlearn.org.uk. 

2017-18 Curriculum Outline
An outline for parents/carers on our curriculum outline for 2017/18. 

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2017-18 Term Dates

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Admissions Policy

Jus‘T’Learn Alternative Provision

A referral is provided to the retrospective school or local authority for completion. 

Jus‘T’Learn Tuition Centre

Our current admissions Policy for Private Tuition states that an enrolment form is completed with a deposit to secure admission. 

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Anti-Bullying Policy

Our school is committed to providing a caring and safe environment for all students so that they can learn in a secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable in our school. If bullying does occur, all students should feel able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. Anyone who knows that bullying is happening is expected to tell the staff.

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Attendance Policy

Under Section 7 of the Education Act 1996, parents are responsible for making sure that their children of compulsory school age receive full-time education.  Parents have a legal responsibility to ensure their child’s regular attendance at the school where they are registered.

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Behaviour and Sanctions Policy

At Jus‘T’Learn we aim to instill in the children a sense of right and wrong. For the social development of the children it is essential that they learn to work in harmony with one another, have respect for one another and of or their teachers. Jus‘T’Learn recognises the importance of positive and effective behaviour management strategies in promoting children’s welfare, learning and enjoyment.

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Complaints Policy

Any complaint will be regarded as most serious and will be thoroughly investigated.

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Curriculum Policy

Jus‘T’Learn offers a curriculum that is broad and balanced and that reflects the National Curriculum.   All students have the opportunity for GCSE and Functional Skills. Students in Year 10 can follow a two-year course that leads to GCSE. Students in Year 11 have the opportunity of taking GCSE’s and/or follow a vocational programme of study.

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Equal Opportunities Policy

Jus'T'Learn’s ‘Ethos & Aims’ statement values the individuality of all of our students. We are committed to giving all our children every opportunity to achieve the highest of standards. We do this by taking account of students’ varied experiences, abilities and needs. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, and have high expectations of all children. The achievements, attitudes and well-being of all our children matter. 

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First Aid Policy

Jus‘T’Learn is committed to caring for, and protecting, the health, safety and welfare of its pupils, staff and visitors.

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General Information for Parents and Students

Welcome to Jus‘T’Learn Independent School, where together we want to support and become the recognised Alternative Provision School for all your learner needs. We will work together with our local schools in order to understand and fully support our partners. 

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Health & Safety Policy

The Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 (HSWA 1974) places duties on employers to safeguard, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of their employees and the health and safety of persons not in their employment but who may be affected by their work activities, such as students and visitors.

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ICT E-Safety Policy

ICT can offer many positive educational and social benefits to young people, but unfortunately there are some dangers. Some young people may find themselves involved in activities which are inappropriate, or possibly illegal. Some of the issues and risks are summarised below.

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Medicine Policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that any medicines administered within the school are done so in a safe and monitored environment. It has been written using guidance from the DFES notes “Managing Medicines in School and Early Year Settings” from March 2005.

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Ofsted Report - 19−21 November 2014

'The leadership and management have ensured that teaching and learning are good. Senior leaders have high expectations for what the students can achieve'

Overall effectiveness - Good

  • Leadership and management - Good
  • Behaviour and safety of students - Good
  • Quality of teaching - Good
  • Achievement of students - Good

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Prevent Policy

This ‘Preventing Radicalisation Policy’ is part of our commitment to keeping children safe. Since the ‘Education and Inspections Act 2006’ schools have a duty to promote community cohesion. Over the last few years, global events have led to a growth of extremist viewpoints, including advocacy of violent extremism.

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Preventing and Tackling Bullying
DFE advice for parents/carers on preventing and tackling bullying. 

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Safeguarding Policy

Jus'T'Learn is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all members of staff and volunteers to share this committment. 

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SEN Policy (EHC Plans)

Students have special educational needs if they have a learning difficulty, which calls for special educational provision to be made for them.

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SEND Policy and Plan

At Jus‘T’Learn we believe that the quality education for all children can be defined through developing a culture of inclusion and acceptance, in which all members of the school community are valued equally, treated with respect and provided with equal opportunities. 

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