Below you can find a list of our key policies. For a list of all other policies please see attached document. These policies are available in the school office. Available Policies.pdf


We are committed to providing a caring, friendly, and safe environment for all of our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our school. If bullying does occur, all pupils should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. We are a telling school. Anyone who knows that bullying is happening is expected to tell the staff.

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The absence request form can be downloaded here and completed electronically or you can print it off and hand it in to the office

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Charging and Remission Policy

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Child Protection / Safeguarding


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At Bradway Primary School we aim to put children at the centre of everything that we do – striving to ensure their safety, wellbeing and achievement at all times. We also place great importance on good relationships with our parents since if we co-operate together, we are more likely to bring out the best in your child.

Nevertheless, there may be times when you are not entirely happy with something that has occurred at school. If this is the case we very much hope that you feel able to discuss any complaint you may have with the school at the earliest possible stage. However, it is important to ensure that the emotion of the moment does not interfere with the best interest of  pupils. While parents need the opportunity to be able to express their issues and concerns to a memeber of staff, the school staff need to be able to do their work in an orderly and planned way. Consequently, although we will always do our best to see parents straight away, an appointment will often need to be made.

If you are unhappy and would like to raise a concern, initial discussions should usually be with your child's class teacher, or else with the Headteacher if you feel that this is more appropriate. All communication should be conducted in a respectful manner; the school will not tolerate abusive behaviour towards staff. 

If you are not satisfied with the school's actions following these discussions you may decide to submit a formal, written complaint, the policy and procedure for which can be found by following the link to the Sheffield City Council website (please see below).

Link to School Complaints Procedures (LA) website: https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/education/about-us/cyps/complaints/schools.html

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Equality and Diversity Policy

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Freedom of Information Act

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Health and Safety Policy


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Non Smoking Policy

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Positive Behaviour

Our school promotes positive behaviour by rewarding pupils who are behaving well. By having this emphasis on 'catching children being good' all children's behaviour is improved. Developing children's understanding about acceptable behaviour and its importance in relationships and wider society is an essential outcome of the education process and a very important life skill. Our school has a central role in children's social and moral development just as it does in their academic development and consequently our curriculum reflects importance we place on educating children in these areas.

We believe that we have been successful in creating a school culture where children 'learn through enjoyment' and where pupils are happy and fulfilled. Ofsted agreed in our 2012 inspection commenting that pupils’ behaviour is good. They are friendly, courteous, get on well together and have good attitudes to learning. This helps to create a happy and calm school environment in which everyone feels safe'. Ofsted also referred to the 'excellent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development' of pupils.

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Privacy Notice/GDPR

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SEND Policy

At Bradway Primary School we welcome everybody into our community. The Staff, Governors, pupils and parents work together to make Bradway Primary School a happy, welcoming place where children and adults can achieve their full potential and develop as confident individuals.

This means that equality of opportunity must be a reality for our children. We make this a reality through the attention we pay to the different groups of children within our school family, thus providing a learning environment that enables all pupils to make the greatest possible progress and achieve their full potential in a caring, supportive and fully inclusive environment.

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SEND Local Offer

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SEND Information Report

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Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Policy 2021

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