Ryedale School is committed to combining the very best educational provision with high expectations and traditional values. In doing so we challenge and support students both to fulfil their academic potential and become exemplary young people of whom we can all be proud. This unites us in our commitment to ‘Aspire and Achieve’.
We set high expectations for learning, behaviour & social development because we believe that excellence is most likely to be achieved when children are motivated to attain the highest standards of which they are capable, in a climate of caring support.
Ryedale School has developed and adopted a range of different policies and procedures, which work to ensure the safety and enjoyment of the young people in our care.
Some of our policies are listed below; our statutory policies can be found under ‘Statutory Information’. Please contact the school if you would like further information about any policies that are not listed here. We will be happy to help.
Please click on the following links to assess our policies:
Anti-Bullying Policy 2018
e-Safety Policy 2018-2019
Home to School Agreement 2018
Prevent Duty Guidance Revised March 2016
Sex and Relationship Education Policy 2016-2019
Uniform Policy July 2018
Whistleblowing Policy 2017-2020
These policies will help the school to comply with the guidance and Codes of Practice issued under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Data Protection Act (DPA), Environmental Regulations (EIR) and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) addressing requests for information, processing of personal data, records management, security and access to information and use of Email and Internet.
Please also refer to The Ryedale Federation schools website for further policy information.