The Academy has high expectations of all its students in relation to their behaviour and self-discipline.
Equally important are the procedures and practices we have adopted to safeguard the welfare of students. We hope you understand that upon enrolling your child as a member of the Academy you agree to all of our policies.
Paper copies of the information contained within our website is available as a paper copy, free of charge, which can be obtained by contacting the main Academy reception.
You can view a copy of all policies and statements, in alphabetical order below.
From September 2020, schools will not receive the Catch-Up Premium specifically allocated for students in year 7.
The Academy will now receive Catch-Up funding to support all students following on from the partial school closure during the COVID-19 pandemic during the Academic year 2019-2020.
Pupil premium is funding to improve education outcomes for disadvantaged students in schools in England.
Evidence shows that disadvantaged children generally face additional challenges in reaching their potential at school and often do not perform as well as other students.
Schools must show how they’re using their Pupil Premium funding by publishing an online statement about how they use their funding and the impact it has on the attainment of disadvantaged students.
Every school must have in place a number of policies in order to conduct exams efficiently, effectively and in line with regulations.
All candidates who are sitting examinations at Padgate Academy must be aware of the following policies, procedures and regulations.