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St. Thomas C.E. Primary School

A Family of Fellowship and Forgiveness.
‘Love one another as I have loved you’ (John 13:34)

Astley Street, Leigh WN7 2AS

01942 672730




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Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy This policy has been developed in accordance with the principles established by the Children Acts 1989 and 2004; the Education Act 2002, and in line with government publications: ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ 2018, Revised Safeguarding Statutory Guidance 2 ‘Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families’ 2000, ‘What to do if You are Worried a Child is Being Abused’ 2003. The guidance reflects, ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ 2018 and has been updated in responses to changes made.
Anti-Bullying Policy and Procedure Persistent bullying can severely inhibit a child’s ability to learn effectively or a member of staff’s ability to do their job. The negative effects of bullying can have an impact on a person for their entire life.
SEND POLICY An educationally inclusive school is one in which teaching and learning, achievements, attitudes and well-being of every young person matter
Child Friendly Mental Health Policy Our school St Thomas CE Primary provides us with lots of ways to promote positive mental health through our learning and extra activities eg. Learning mentor, Team building, Social and emotional aspects of learning, Jigsaw, Circle Time, R-Time ,Celebration assembly, play, visitors into school/fun days, Guardian Angel, School counselling service, Parent/carers events, rewards, etc.


Attendance Policy

For a child to reach their full educational achievement a high level of school attendance is essential. 


Complaints Procedure 

This procedure aims to reassure parents and others with an interest in the school.


Complaints Procedure Statement (short version for parents)

Short Version of Complaints Procedure for easy access for parents 


Behaviour Policy & Procedure

School behaviour policy and procedure, please feel free to comment.


 Child Protection Policy

The aims of this policy are to support the child's development in ways that will foster security, confidence and independence. 


 Parent Code Of Conduct Policy

The purpose of this policy is to provide a reminder to all parents, carers and visitors to our school about the expected conduct.  

E-Safety Policy

New technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people in today’s society, both within and outside their school lives. The purpose of this policy is to establish the ground rules we have in school for using ICT equipment and the Internet. 

Collective Worship Policy

Collective Worship at St Thomas' lies at the heart of school life and helps to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of the pupils

Religious Education Policy

Religious Education at St Thomas CE Primary School Lies at the very heart of the curriculum.  Governors have adopted the Blackburn Diocesan Board of Education Syllabus 'Questful RE' which reflects the National Framework for RE, The National Society Statement of Entitlement and the requirements of SIAMS.


Marking Feedback Policy

To ensure that marking and feedback is always meaningful, manageable and motivating.


Promoting Mental Health Policy

School recognises that all children need the foundation of positive mental health to benefit fully from all of the opportunities available to them. 

 Privacy Notices

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Curriculum Provision We will provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all our children. This will be based on the principal that literacy and numeracy underpin everything we do


School holidays

School holiday list.

Adverse Weather Guidance

Bad weather information.
Published in the Parent Partnership Newsletter.
People with dyslexia can have enormous difficulties in making sense of reading, writing and spelling. Nowadays there is much that can be done to help with these difficulties, but it must be recognised that it is a life-long condition and, as such, cannot be ‘cured’....


Belt up and Listen

Information on Car Seats, Boosters and Seat Belts
Childhood Infections. A document produced in school, covering common childhood infections. Information on the symptoms and advice on what to do if you suspect your child is infected.
All about Asthma
FAQ about Asthma
Asthma symptoms may not be present all the time and may come and go. With the right medicines, taken properly and as prescribed, your child should be able to lead a full life without symptoms. However, asthma is a serious condition, and if not treated properly can lead to asthma attacks, which can be life threatening. Website
Holidays in term time. Information for parents on taking children out of school for holidays during term time.
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Anti Bullying information
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Managing Meds

Managing medication in Schools