Our School Policies
School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference.
Newland St John’s CE Academy has a program of regular review for all policies.
Our policies help us to provide consistent high standards across the school.
The Sentamu Academy Learning Trust (SALT) recognises the uniqueness of each of its partner academies and the communities which they serve. Varying local needs and opportunities will require its academies to align their activities and ways of working strategically and sensitively to provide the best possible service to their distinctive communities. SALT welcomes this diversity and the opportunities it offers to draw upon the expertise of staff in all its academies. At the same time there are key aspects of policy that are best unified across all member academies of the Trust to ensure fairness, efficient operation and to meet statutory need. This overall approach is reflected in the delegation of policy setting responsibility. All academies in SALT are bound by the Academies Financial Handbook and SALT’s Financial Regulations Manual, which ensures that we comply with the schedule of regulations laid down in the Academies Financial Handbook.
Please visit the SALT website by clicking the link below:
Please click below for the SALT Scheme of Delegation for Newland St John’s CE Academy:
Please click below for the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 SALT Report to period March 31st 2019
Paper copies are available upon request from the school office.
“Living, Learning and Growing in the Love of God.”
“Parents and carers value the strong sense of community you encourage within the school’s
very diverse cultural and social mix where everyone is treated with kindness and respect.”
“Pupils’ behaviour is often exemplary.”
“The school embodies its Christian vision through the way it welcomes and supports pupils of all backgrounds and abilities, thus helping them to flourish.”
“My child never wants to miss school.”
“My child has been made very welcome.”