We understand that current pupils, prospective pupils, parents & carers and professionals require a wide range of information about Hall Cliffe Primary and our many areas of work and support. We will continually develop these pages to not only offer school specific information but also wider advice and support.
Please feel free to contact the school directly to ask any further questions or suggest any useful content. Additionally, you can contact our school office for a copy of our pupil, parent and carer handbook.
Policies and Procedures
We have an extensive list of policies and procedures in place at Hall Cliffe Primary School to ensure your child is given the best possible experience with us, some of which are listed below. Please click each document below to read them in full or contact the school to request a printed version.
- Admissions Policy
- Complaints and Representations Policy
- Data Protection Policy
- Positive Behaviour Support Policy
- Child Protection Policy
- SEN Policy
In addition to our prospectus, curriculum overview and parent’s handbook, you can also request the following detailed policies and procedures from the school on:
- physical intervention
- First Aid
- educational and welfare provision for pupils for whom English is an additional language
- the promotion of pupils’ health and safety on the school premises and on educational visits
- academic performance, including the results of public examinations
- staffing lists and a summary of their qualifications.
Alternatively, our Head Teacher is available to speak with you regarding everything we do at Hall Cliffe Primary.
Pupils are given a handbook when starting to help them learn about the daily routines at Hall Cliffe Primary School including timings for the day, lesson information and reward systems.
We have a breakfast club where pupils are able to settle into school prior to their school day starting.
There is a full range of activities offered to all pupils during lunch and break times. We also have a variety of enrichment activities that are part of the curriculum such as swimming, trampolining, overnight camps, museums, field trips and much more.
To download the term dates for 2018/ 2019 click here.
Please do not use third party websites to check term dates as these are likely to be incorrect. If you have any queries regarding dates please contact the school directly.
Pupil success stories
We love to celebrate the successes and achievements of every one of our pupils. We also like to share the stories and journeys that best represent how our staff and the school as a whole can positively impact the lives of young people and their families.
Please click the button below to read our latest pupil case studies.
Staying Safe Online
It’s never been more important to help keep your children safe online.
The Government has suggested that the Parent Info website is the best place to gain advice and support regarding this issue.