The information below includes term dates, INSET days, our latest school dinner menu, how to put in for a holiday request, our key school policies, and more!
You can request a printed copy of any of the below free of charge. 


Health and Safety Information for Visitors

School Uniform
Order School Uniform

Term Days
2019/20 

INSET Days
Tuesday 3rd September 2019
Friday 25th October 2019
Monday 1st June 2020
Monday 20th July 2020
Tuesday 21st July 2020

Holiday Requests
Request of Absence Form 

School Dinners:
Our Latest Menu
Apply for Free School Meals

Admissions
Old Hall Junior School are part of the LEARNERs' Trust MAT. We continue to follow the Derbyshire Admissions Policy and Guidelines. Please contact the local authority to find out about our admission arrangements
Local Authority's Website
Local Authority's Admissions Criteria

Curriculum
Year 3 Curriculum Map
Year 4 Curriculum Map
Year 5 Curriculum Map
Year 6 Curriculum Map
Times Table Challenge Booklet
Homework Policy
Calculations Policy
Sex Education
Marking Policy

Forms
Consent for Administrating Medicine
School Dinner Request Form

Key School Policies
Acceptable Use of Internet and Electronic Communications (Children)
Acceptable Use of Internet and Electronic Communications
(Staff)
Accident and Incident Investigation Procedures
Administration of Medicines
Anti-Bullying
Assessment
Attendance
Behaviour
Behaviour Blueprint
Car Parking Guidelines
Dinner Money
Disability Equality
External Providers
Extremism and Radicalisation
Freedom of Information
GDPR Data Protection
Health and Safety
Lettings
Online Safety
Personal Intimate Care
Photographic Policy
Private Fostering
Separated Parents
Visits Policy
Volunteer Helpers in School Procedures

Key Trust Policies
Anti-Bullying
Attendance Strategy
Behaviour Principles Written Statement
Child Protection & Safeguarding
Exclusion Policy and Guidance
Social Media
Working Together to Safeguard Children
Anti-Bullying and Staff Harassment
E-Safety
Complaints
Charging and Remissions
IT Acceptance Agreement
Whistleblowing

A full list of all the Trust's policies can be found here

OFSTED Reports
Latest OFSTED Reports

OFSTED 
OFSTED Website
OFSTED Website (Pre-Trust)
School Performance Page

Pupil Premium:
Pupil Premium Strategy (2018/19)
Wider Opportunities
Pupil Premium Policy

School Sport Premium:
Impact of Sports Premium Funding (2017/18)
Sports Participation (2016/17)

SEN:
SEN Policy
SEND Information Report

Our Ethos and Values
Our vision is to help our children become happy, self-confident, independent and responsible learners. The school community has committed to work together to help children achieve their potential by providing a nurturing, caring and safe environment where we respect and value each other's strengths and differences.

The key values that we hold are:

  • To have high aspirations in all aspects of the school's work.
  • To create an environment of openness, honesty, kindness, fairness and respect in line with British Values.
  • A commitment to inspirational teaching and learning that attains the highest standards.
  • To make a positive contribution to the wider community.


VLE
We encourage parents to join Seesaw and Doodle Maths. Please see your child's class teacher for more information.

Promotion of British Value: 
At Old Hall Junior School we actively promote the fundemental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. We aim to help our children develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to become responsible citizens who are tolerant, respect other and are able to challenge prejudical and discriminating behaviour. We will promote these values throughout all aspects of school life. We will endeavor to do this with care and sensitivity, ensuring that we promote inclusivity and unity between pupils, parents and our community.

Equality
Equality Objectives

LEARNERs' Trust Annual Accounts and Reports:
Please click here to view a list of LEARNERs' Trust reports