School Information You can request a printed copy of any of the below free of charge. AdmissionsAdmissions to school can take place at any time during the course of the year. They are dealt with by the Local Authority:Special Needs SectionDerbyshire County CouncilCounty HallMatlockDE4 3AGTelephone: 01629 580000 About The SchoolSchool Brochure (2018/19) Term Dates2018/192019/20 INSET DaysMonday 22nd July 2019School DinnersSchool DinnersApply For Free School MealsLatest Dinner Menu OFSTEDOFSTED Reports (Post Conversion)OFSTED Reports (Pre-Conversion)Parent View Pupil Assessment OutcomesSchool Performance TablePupil Assessment Outcome (2017/18) CurriculumSchool Curriculum Information Key School PoliciesAssembliesAutismCalm RoomCommunication, Social Understanding, Imagination, Behaviour, SensoryBehaviour Support Data Breach ProcedureData Protection (Pupils)Data Protection (Staff)External ContributorsFire Prevention & EvacuationGuidelines for VisitorsHome School CommunicationHomeworkInclusionLettingsMedicinesMOVEMOVE LeafletMoving & HandlingPrivate FosteringProvider AccessSchool DaySchool MealsStaff HandbookSupporting Pupils with Medical ConditionsToiletingUniformWhole School FoodWithdraw From Permission FormVisiting Professionals Safeguarding PoliciesChild ProtectionKeeping Children Safe in EducationAnti-BullyingPupil Behaviour SupportOnline SafetyAcceptable Use of Internet and Electronic CommunicationsGuidance for Safer WorkingDSCB LeafletHealth and SafetyWhat to do if you're worried a child is being abusedCode of Conduct for StaffDomestic Violence & Abuse ProtocolTackling Extremism & Radicalisation (Risk Assessment)Tackling Extremism & Radicalisation (Policy)Forced Marriage, Honour Based Violence, and FGMSexual Communication with a Child (DSCB Briefing Note)Child Sexual Exploitation Key Trust PoliciesAccessibility PolicyAnti-BullyingKeeping Children Safe in EducationSocial MediaWorking Together to Safeguard ChildrenAnti-Bullying and Staff HarassmentE-SafetyComplaintsCharging and RemissionsSex and Relationships Education (SRE)IT Acceptance Agreement A full list of all the Trust's policies can be found here Pupil PremiumPupil Premium Strategy (2018/19)Pupil Premium Report on Impact (2017/18)School Sport Premium SEND PoliciesSEN LEARNERs' Trust Annual Accounts and Reports:Full List of LEARNERs' Trust reports Our Ethos and ValuesOur VisionSchool Improvement Plan EqualityEquality & Diversity Promotion of British Values At Ashgate Croft School we promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance towards those with different faiths and beliefs. What this looks like at Ashgate Croft School: We place a great emphasis on communication and in supporting students to make choices and have their opinion heard. We encourage students to have their say in matters that concern them in school. We do this by having an active school council and having a student rep on the anti-bullying working party/group. All staff are PROACT-Scipr-UK trained. They support and encourage students to manage their own behaviour and develop positive attitudes towards each other. Most students in school have an Individual Behaviour Plan. As a school we are actively involved within our local community. All the Upper Department classes access facilities in the local community such as churches, shops and cafes at least once a week. A large part of our community work is supporting students to develop their knowledge of how to act in a socially appropriate manner in different settings. Ashgate Croft School is a UNICEF 'Rights Respecting School' and has been awarded Level 1. As part of our aims to promote a happy and successful school, we will continue to work as a UNICEF “Rights Respecting School”. These values are also embedded within our curriculum across all Key Stages. If you would like to find out more about the curriculum that we follow, please contact Roberta Lowe - Headteacher's PA.