Policy Downloads

Anti Bullying Policy

We are committed to providing a school environment in which all students feel happy and safe. All forms of bullying will be challenged and it will be made clear that bullying is unacceptable.

Anti Bullying Policy

 Admissions Policy

Our policy seeks to meet the needs of all children and is determined with reference to the Coordinated Admissions Arrangements under which all children are admitted to schools in Year 7.

Admissions Policy 2024-2025

Following consultation, we have amended our School Admissions Policy for September 2025-26

Sale High School Admissions Policy 2025-26

Sale High School Proposed Admission Arrangements 2025 – consultation comments responses

Attendance and Punctuality Policy

Sale High School is committed to encouraging all students to have good attendance and excellent punctuality.

Attendance and Punctuality Policy

Assessment & Feedback Policy

Assessment is an integral part of the teaching and learning process, informing planning to meet the needs of all learners and used to set aspirational targets.

Assessment Feedback Policy 

Behaviour for Learning Policy

Students will learn best in a safe and calm environment that is free from disruption and in which education is the primary focus. The school expects high standards of behaviour and believes that children should be taught both at home and in school of what is expected of them.

Behaviour for learning policy 



British Values Guidance

The school is committed to promoting British values, these are defined as the following: democracy; individual liberty; the rule of law; mutual respect; tolerance of those with different faiths and belief.

British Values Guidance 

CLA & PLAC Policy

The governing body of Sale High School is committed to providing high quality education for all its pupils, based on equality of opportunity, access and outcomes. The governing body recognises the need to champion performance, for children looked after (CLA) and previously looked after children (PLAC) and is committed to improving outcomes for them.

CLA and PLAC Policy

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

At Sale High School we prioritise safeguarding all our students and have extensive policies and procedures in place to ensure we do.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 

Watch the video to see the one way system in place for Sale High school students: https://youtu.be/WqcYh5wN3-0


This policy covers procedures for complaints from parents against staff of the school and aspects of school life not covered by other policies or by specific statutory requirements.

Complaints Policy

Complaint Form

Equality Duty Policy

The school is committed to promoting and achieving equality of opportunity for all students, staff, Governors and visitors. We believe that all people are of equal value and are entitled to equality of opportunity irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment or sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief.

Equality Duty Policy


Governor Charging Policy

The Governing Body are keen to ensure that charges are applied fairly and legally to students, to ensure that any additional activities offered by the school are financially viable, and that the school is meeting its legal obligations in terms of curriculum and pastoral provision.

Governor Charging Policy 

Homework Policy 

The School sets homework as a valuable way of helping students to review work done in lessons and of providing reinforcement and consolidation of learning.  It can also enrich and extend their learning and encourages organisation and discipline in order to meet deadlines and fulfil a learning responsibility.

Homework Policy


The policy covers procedures for the storage of student medication in school.

Medication Storage Policy 

Pupil Medication Form Download

Provider Access Policy

This policy statement sets out the school’s arrangements for managing the access of providers to pupils at the school for the purpose of giving them information about the provider’s education or training offer.

Provider Access Policy

Pupil Premium Strategy

This statement details our school’s use of pupil premium (and recovery premium) funding to help improve the attainment of our disadvantaged pupils.  

It outlines our pupil premium strategy, how we intend to spend the funding in this academic year and the outcomes for disadvantaged pupils last academic year.

Pupil premium strategy 2023

Pupil Premium Policy 

School Uniform Policy

At Sale High School we believe the wearing of uniform helps to create a sense of community and establish a working environment.

School Uniform Policy

SEN Policy

Sale High School is a fully inclusive school. We aim to ensure that all students can access a broad and balanced curriculum, including those with SEND.  Every teacher in our school is a teacher of SEND, and every leader in our school is leader of SEND. We aim to achieve the best possible outcomes for our students and to foster the highest aspirations.

SEND Policy

SEND Information Report

SRHE Policy

This policy covers our school’s approach to Sex, Relationships and Health Education.

Our school’s overarching aims for our pupils are to give young people the information they need to help them develop healthy, nurturing relationships of all kinds.

SRHE Policy 

Teaching & Learning Policy

At Sale High school, we believe our core aim is to increase our students’ desire for learning, achieve their potential and achieve academic success.

Teaching & Learning Policy 2023- 2024 docx

Whistle Blowing Policy

This school is committed to creating a work environment with the highest possible standards of openness, probity and accountability. In view of this commitment, we encourage employees and others with serious concerns about any aspect of the school’s work to come forward and voice those concerns without fear of reprisal.

Whistleblowing Policy 

Mobile Phone Data

Increasing data allowances on mobile devices to support disadvantaged children – Get help with technology – GOV.UK

This scheme temporarily increases data allowances for mobile phone users on certain networks.


Mobile Phone data Form

Fill | Request to Apply for a mobile data increase

This DfE scheme temporarily increases data allowances for mobile phone users on certain networks. This is so that children and young people can access remote education if their face-to-face education is disrupted. Schools can request mobile data increases for children and young people who: – do not have fixed broadband at home – cannot afford additional data for their devices – are experiencing disruption to their face-to-face education Children with access to a mobile phone on one of the following networks  might be able to benefit:   Three, Smarty, Virgin Mobile, EE, Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile