At Preston Park, each staff member carries out their duty by a code of conduct as dictated within our policies. Please click on each tab to view a particular policy. If you require further assistance then please contact the school office.
For the ICT Policy, please see the ICT tab on the left. For the Online Safety Policy, please see the Online Safety tab on the right.
Click here for the Child Protection Policy
Click here for the Whistle Blowing Policy
Click here for the Data Protection Policy
Click here for Disability Equality Scheme
Click here for the Charging and Remissions policy
Click here for the Visitors Policy
Click here for the Anti Bullying Policy
Click here for the Whole School Food Policy
Click here for the Early Years Policy
Click here for the SEN Policy
Click here for the EAL Policy
Click here for the Drugs Education Policy
Click here for the SRE Policy
Click here for our Curriculum Policy
Click here ICT Policy
Travel to School
Our school is situated in the middle of a residential area on a small road and the area can easily become very congested which is a danger to everyone. All families are asked to walk to school if at all possible, and only drive to school if absolutely necessary.
Parking – please abide by the following for the safety of everyone connected with our school and our neighbours.
Cars must not be parked:
Where any residents’ access might be obstructed
On corners or junctions that affect visibility for pedestrians or drivers
On grass verges or pavements
Directly opposite other parked cars as this could prevent access for emergency vehicles
Please do consider parking further away from school and walking the remaining distance. This has benefits for the safety of us all around the immediate school area and also the health of the children.
Thank you to all who show consideration for the safety and well-being of everyone at our school and in the local community.
School Travel Our Aim : Preston Park Primary School is committed to ensuring that everyone travelling to and from the school can do so as safely as possible. We encourage those travelling to the site to use environmentally friendly modes of transport and to be aware of the needs of those living in the immediate vicinity of the school. We believe this contributes to the health, safety and developing independence of pupils and good relationships with our neighbours.The School wishes to give all children a sense of self-discipline, care for the environment and a tolerance and respect for others, both within the School and the wider community