This section is being updated to reflect the policies that have been agreed by Prior Weston's Governing Body

Should you have a question about any of our policies, please contact the front desk on 020 7786 4800, in person, or by e-mailing office@priorweston.islington.sch.uk.

If parents require a paper copy of any information on this website it will be provided free of charge.

Acceptable Use Agreement - KS1

Acceptable Use Agreement - KS2

Accessibility Plan

Anti-Bullying Policy

Attendance letter explaining the policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy

Calculation Policy

Celebrations, Special Events and Rewards Policy

Charging and Remissions Policy

Children Missing Education Policy

Code Of Conduct

Complaints Policy

Data Protection Policy

Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Policy

Equalities Information and Action Plan

Equality and Diversity Policy - Dignity for All

EYFS Teaching and Learning Policy

Feedback and Marking Policy

Food and Drink Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Homework Policy

Islington Safeguarding Children Partnership Protocol for managing child on child sexual violence, abuse and harassment in schools, settings and colleges

Late Collection Policy

Low Level Concerns Policy

Managing Medical Conditions in School and Children's Centre

Mobile Phone Policy

Online Safety Policy

Parent/Carer Conduct in School Policy

Parental Agreement for Small Group / 1:1 Zoom Sessions

Physical Activity Policy

Physical Contact and Physical Handling Policy

Privacy Notice - COVID-19 Testing

Privacy Notice for Visitors

Privacy Notice for Volunteers

Privacy Statement (Pupils)

Relationships and Sex Education Policy

Remote Learning - 1:1 / Small Group Sessions

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Safer Recruitment Guidance for Schools

Separated Parents Policy

Serial and Unreasonable Complaints Policy

Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy

Teaching and Learning Policy

Vexatious Complaints Policy

Whistleblowing Procedure


Keeping children safe in education

"Leaders have organised the curriculum so that pupils are prepared for life in modern Britain."

- Ofsted, 2022