The school has a full range of policies that parents/carers might wish to see. The key ones can be accessed below. Should there be any additional policies that you might need to see, please contact the school.
If you would prefer a paper copy of a policy please contact the school. Although we will try to avoid doing so a small cost may be charged where the cost of printing is high.
This policy details the school approach to the use of mobile phones by students.
This is the updated policy on feedback and marking at Walton-le-Dale High School
This homework policy has been updated in July 2017 and includes details of the ways in which homework is set in each area of the school.
This online safety policy, complying with latest guidance, is subject to formal approval by the governing body and is therefore in DRAFT form.
This is our anti bullying policy. It also contains some guidance to students and parents. Bullying happens in all schools but at Walton le Dale we treat it very seriously. We believe that it best dealt with at an early stage so it dos not escalate; we urge students and parents to keep us informed if there are any issues.
To comply with the Data Protection Act, each Lancashire school provides a Privacy Notice, previously known as Fair Processing Notice (FPN), to the parents or carers of all new and current pupils, and generally to the pupils themselves if they are 12 years or older.
Walton-le-Dale, in line with national guidance, has developed a charging policy which details what the school will charge for different activities, including educational trips and music tuition. The policy is available below.
More details about our philosophy and practice can be found in other parts of the website, such as our 'ethos' and 'inclusion' sections.
Walton le Dale is proud of its ethos, that we work together to get the best out of each other. This requires us all to support each other. Part of this is to behave sensibly at all times, respect each other and respect the rights of other people to learn and enjoy their education. On behalf of everyone at the school we therefore expect the highest standards of behaviour. This is reflected in the policy
The document outlines how parents may complain about any aspect of provision.
The document explains what the school does to support those students, staff and visitors with a disability.