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School Policies

Becton School is a school within Nexus Multi Academy Trust. The Trust has a number of overarching policies which can be found by clicking here


Safeguarding, Wellbeing, Health and Safety

Behaviour Policy

Fire safety and Anti Arson Policy

First Aid Policy

Health & Safety Policy - Kenwood

Health & Safety Policy - Chapel House

Lone Worker Policy

Premises Management Policy

Safe moving and handling policy

Safeguarding Policy

Intimate Care

Looked after Children


Leadership & Governance

No school policies, please check the Trust Policies

Complaints & Whistle blowing

No school policies, please check the Trust Policies


Accessibility Policy

Teaching and Learning

Educational Visits Policy

RSE, PHSE and Citizenship Policy

School Based

Anti-Bullying Policy

Guest Speaker Policy

Home School Agreement

Homework Agreement

Off site work experience policy

Promoting British Values Policy

Pupil and Parent Carer Voice Policy

Pupil Attendance Policy

SEND Annual Statement

Sun Safety Guidance

Careers education

Collective Worship


Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs


School Security

Remote Learning

Information Governance and Security

Online Safety Policy

Sheffield Children's Hospital Clinical Records Management Policy Appendix (please note this policy only applies to staff at the Becton Site who have access to the SCH System1 records system)


Letting Policy

Pay, Human Resources and Conduct

Stress Policy

Exams Policies

Exams and Disabilities Policy

Should you wish to request a paper copy of any of the public documents please contact our school office either by phone, in person or via the Contact Us via the Freedom of information (FOI) address or contact form. This will be provided free of charge.


Please note: FOI requests follow the statutory timeframe of 20 working days. Where a Public Interest Test (PIT) is applicable, the requestor will be notified and an additional 20 days may be added at the discretion of the Trust.

You can make a subject access request to find out what data is held and how it is used. You may make a subject access request before exercising your other information rights. You can make a subject access request verbally or in writing. If you make your request verbally, we recommend you follow it up in writing to provide a clear trail of correspondence. It will also provide clear evidence of your actions.