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Statutory and mandatory policies / documents

Statutory and mandatory policies / documents

The Department for Education (DfE) provides guidance on the statutory and mandatory policies and documents that Governing Boards must have. Below, is a list of the statutory and mandatory policies and documents required by a maintained school, such as Horsenden Primary School.


Please note - the policies and documents which the school are required, by the DfE, to publish online, via our school website, can be found by clicking here.



Accessibility Plan

Admission arrangements

Behaviour policy

Behaviour principles written statement (within the Behaviour policy)

Capability of staff (within Appraisal Policy)

Central Record of recruitment and vetting checks

Charging and remissions

Child Protection policy and procedures

Complaints procedure statement

Data Protection policy

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) policies and procedures

Equality information and objectives (Public Sector Equality Duty)

Freedom of Information publication scheme

Governors' allowances (schemes of paying)

Governors' Code of Conduct

Health and Safety policy

Instrument of Government

Minutes of, and papers considered at, meetings of the Governing Board and its committees

Premises Management documents

Register of business interests of Headteachers and Governors

Register of pupils' admissions to school

Register of pupils' attendance

School information published on the school website

Sex Education policy

Special Educational Needs information report and Special Educational Needs policy

Staff discipline, conduct and grievance (procedures for addressing)

Statement of procedures for dealing with allegations of abuse against staff

Supporting pupils with medical conditions

Teacher Appraisal policy

Teachers' Pay (within Whole School Pay policy)

Whistle blowing procedures



  • Horsenden Primary School
  • Horsenden Lane North
  • Greenford
  • Middlesex
  • UB6 0PB
  • United Kingdom
  • Tel: 020 8422 5985
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