Absent Children Policy
Parents are requested not to send their child to school when he or she is suffering from coughs and colds which can all too easily be transmitted to other members of the school population...Read the Full Policy
The Head of IBIS applies the regulations on admissions fairly and equally to all those who wish to attend this school. The rules for admission are agreed upon by the Board and set out in the application forms and parent handbook. We are an inclusive school that welcomes children from all backgrounds irrespective of nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, race and ability...Read the Full Policy
Anti Bullying Poilicy
This policy is compiled using the DfE advice ‘Preventing and Tackling Bullying (2014)’ The policy applies to all pupils at IBIS including those in the EYFS.
Behaviour and Discipline Policy
We believe that good behaviour and discipline are key foundations of good education. Without an orderly atmosphere effective teaching and learning cannot take place. If children are permitted to misbehave in school they prejudice not only their own educational chances, but also disrupt the education of children around them. An effective school has the capacity to support and encourage pupils in developing good behaviour and to learn to play a responsible role both in the school and in the wider world...Read the Full Policy
Behaviour Policy Foundation
The Independent Bonn International school Foundation Stage has simple rules and guidelines to support good behaviour in the setting. These are dependent on staff acting as good role models at all times and being consistent and fair in their approach to children. Expectations of behaviour are appropriate to the age and stage of development of the child. Opportunities are taken throughout the day to promote children’s sense of self-worth through giving attention and praise...Read the Full Policy
Child Protection Policy
This policy is one of a series in the school’s integrated safeguarding portfolio.
Complaints Policy and Procedure
This policy applies to the whole school including the EYFS. It is available to parents, pupils and staff. It is on display in the entrance hall and a copy may be received from the office. A complaint is an expression of dissatisfaction about a real or perceived problem. It may be about the school as a whole or about a group or about an individual...Read the Full Policy
Learning Development and SEN Policy
I.B.I.S endeavours to provide: an education which develops the whole child – academically, socially, morally, emotionally and physically; an atmosphere of honesty, tolerance andrespect for all its members...Read the Full Policy
It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school-organised event outside normal school hours except when an exemption is granted for practical reasons. We provide a complete list of the items needed for school uniform in the IBIS Parent Handbook.
Principles of the European Data Protection regulations
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