Other Policies and Additional Information

Here are some policies and additional information we think you may find useful. 

Additional Expenses

Parents are requested to provide PE bags, pull-on plimsolls for PE and PE kit (available from The Schoolwear Shop). Adequate protection for arts & craft work is essential. Where children bring other bags they should not be too big as they cause congestion in the cloakrooms.


A friendly, caring atmosphere is encouraged and it is found that most children are happy and co-operative. Corporal punishment is not used in the school in accordance with a policy introduced by the Education Committee and as now required by the Education (No 2) Act 1986. Should serious problems occur, then parents are asked to discuss them with the head teacher.  Our behaviour and discipline policy is part of our assertive mentoring programme.

Car Parking

The governors advise that parents park away from the front of the school when dropping off and collecting children to avoid causing congestion. We also ask that you are sensible when parking and are courteous to residents in our local area. Traffic outside the school is regularly monitored by our local community police support officer.  Please only use your car when it is absolutely necessary. The car park next to the school is for staff and disabled use only but the overflow car park is for anyone’s use.

Child Protection

Children are always our priority and we follow national and local policies on child protection. All staff have full child protection training. We may need to share information and work with other agencies when we have a concern about a child’s welfare. If a situation arises where you feel it is affecting your child you may wish to contact the teacher or head teacher. All matters will be dealt with confidentially.

Keeping staff informed of any changes in family circumstances means we can set up support networks in school before the situation becomes negative for the child.

Community Links

see Parent Links


On admission to school parents are requested to inform us of any medical conditions, including allergies. Provision will be put into place if necessary, such as care plans, staff training etc.  From time to time the school nurse will check on eyes, ears, height and weight.

The school nurse team may be contacted by telephone on 0300 1111 022; they offer advice on any number of concerns you may have. 


We will administer medicines which have been prescribed by a doctor. On no account should children be sent to school with medicine. This also includes throat sweets, lip salve, creams etc. Children should not bring throat sweets in their lunch boxes. Parents should see the school business manager or head teacher if they have any queries about this. The safety and well being of all on site is paramount.


We are a cashless office and payments are collected through ParentPay.

Pupils' Details

Parents are asked to inform the school as soon as possible if there are any changes to addresses, telephone numbers, workplaces, emergency contacts etc. Problems are encountered if the school is unable to contact someone when a child has been taken ill at school. Pupil Data Checking Sheets are sent annually to parents for checking and returning any amendments to the school office.

Pupils' Welfare

If children are unwell parents are contacted and asked to collect them from school. We have a number of qualified first aiders on our staff, as well as many appointed persons, so you can rest assured that your child will receive the best attention. In cases where it is felt necessary, an ambulance will be called.


Children are allowed to cycle to school on the condition that they have passed a cycle training course and/or have a signed consent form from their parents. 

Download Policy Documents

  1. Curriculum Statement
  2. Financial Benchmarking link
  3. Anti-Bullying Policy 2021-2023
  4. Anti-Racism Policy 2021 - 2023
  5. Attendance and Punctuality Policy 2021-2023
  6. Behaviour Policy 2022 -2023
  7. Charges, Voluntary Contributions, Remissions and Refunds
  8. Children with health needs who cannot attend school policy 2023
  9. Complaints Policy 2023 - 2025
  10. Data Protection Policy
  11. Data Summary Form LA 2019
  12. Eco Action Plan 2021 - 2022
  13. Extended care and opportunities 2022 - 2023
  14. EYFS Policy 2021
  15. First Aid Policy 2022 -2023
  16. Freedom of Information January 2023
  17. Home School Agreement
  18. Intimate Care and Toileting Policy 2021 - 2023
  19. Learning Outside the Classroom Policy - Northampton West and Chiltern Primary School 2021 - 2024
  20. Northants Local Offer A4 Poster
  21. Ofsted Monitoring Visit February 2021
  22. Ofsted Monitoring Visit May 2021
  23. Ofsted Report January 2020
  24. Parent Support Northampton 2021
  25. Parental Links 2021 - 2023
  26. PE & Sports Funding 2021-22
  27. Phonics and Reading 2021 - 2023
  28. Privacy Notice for Parents & Carers
  29. Privacy Notice for Staff
  30. PSHE policy 2021 - 2023
  31. Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-2024
  32. Pupil Responsibilities
  33. Recruitment of Reoffenders Act & Policy 2022
  34. Relationship and Sex education policy 2021 - 2023
  35. Remote Learning Plan V4 February 2022
  36. Risk Assessment - NCC and Chiltern - Full Opening 01.09.2021 Updated Feb 2022
  37. School Trips and Visits - 2019 - 2021
  38. Staff Code of Conduct 2022-23
  39. Staffing Structure September 2021 - 2022
  40. Supporting pupils with medical conditions policy 2023
  41. Supporting pupils with medical conditions policy 2023
  42. Suspension and Permanent Exclusion Policy 2022 - 2024
  43. Swimming Data 2019
  44. Teaching British values document - 2021-2023
  45. Travel Plan 2021 - 2024
  46. Unvalidated End of Year School Outcomes July 2022
  47. Values Assemblies and Special Days 2021 - 2022
  48. WNC Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy