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FOI Publication Scheme

Freedom of Information Publication Scheme


Introduction

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires all public authorities (including schools) to produce a register of all of the types of information that they will make available to the public. This publication scheme follows a model approved by the Information Commissioners Office.

 

This scheme is not a list of individual publications but rather a description of the classes of types of information that we are committed to publishing. This list is not an exhaustive list of all of the types of information that we publish. We try to proactively publish as much information as we can where the information would have a wider public interest.

 

This scheme does not include information that we consider to be sensitive, such as personal information, information prevented from disclosure by law or information about security matters.

 

Classes of Information

 

There are seven classes of information that we hold: 

  • Who we are and what we do
  • What we spend and how we spend it
  • What our priorities are and how we are doing
  • How we make decisions
  • Our policies and procedures
  • The services we offer

 

Making Information Available


Information will generally be made available on the school website. Where it is not possible to include this information on the school website, or when an individual does not wish to access the information by the website the school will indicate how information can be obtained by other means and provide it by those means. This may be detailed in response to a request or within the scheme itself. This will usually be by way of a paper copy.


In some exceptional circumstances, some information may be available only by viewing in person. Where this manner is specified, contact details will be provided. An appointment to view the information will be arranged within a reasonable timescale.


Information will be provided in the language in which it is held or in such other language that is legally required. Where we are legally required to translate any information, we shall do so.


Charges for Information Published Under this Scheme


The school may charge individuals for information published under this scheme. The purpose of this scheme is to make the maximum amount of information readily available at the minimum inconvenience and cost to the public. Charges made by the school for routinely published material will be justified and transparent and kept to a minimum.
Material which is published and accessed on the website will be provided free of charge.

 

Charges may be made for information subject to a charging regime specified by law.

 

Charges will be made to cover:

  • Photocopying
  • Postage and Packaging
  • The costs directly incurred as a result of viewing information

 

Single copies of information requested which are covered by the publication scheme will be provided free unless otherwise stated within the scheme. If the request involved a large amount of photocopying, printing or postage, then this may be at a cost. If this is the case we will let you know as well as let you know the cost before fulfilling your request.        

 

How to request information


If you require a paper version of any of the documents within the scheme please contact the school using the contact details below.


Telephone: 020 7735 2219
Email: admin@crampton.southwark.sch.uk
Address: Crampton Primary School, Iliffe Street, London, SE17 3LE

 

Please mark all correspondence “Publication Scheme Request” in order to help us process your request quickly. If the information you are looking for isn’t available via the scheme, you can still contact the school to ask if we have this information.


 

The Publication Schedule

How the Information can be obtained

Class 1: Who are we and what we do:

Location and Contact Information.

  1. The addresses, telephone number and website for the school together with names and key personnel
  2. School session times and term dates
  1. School Website
  2. School Website

 

Information relating to the Governing Body

eg. Information contained in official body document, including but not limited to:

  1. The names of members of the governing body and the basis of their appointment
  2. The manner in which the governing body is consulted
  3. The terms of office for each category of governor
  4. Instruments of government, including the date it takes effect
  5. Agreed non-confidential minutes from FGB and committee meetings
  6. Number of pupils authorised and unauthorised absence
  7. National Curriculum assessment results for appropriate Key Stage
  8. Admission Procedures
  1. School Website
  2. School Website
  3. School Website
  4. Hard Copy from school
  5. Hard Copy from school
  6. Hard Copy from school
  7. School Website
  8. School Website

 

Class 2: What we spend and how we spend it.

(Financial Information about projected and actual income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit)

Annual Budget Plan and Financial Statements

  • Details of the individual schools budget distributed by the local authority and the schools annual income and expenditure.

Capital Funding

  • Details of the capital funding allocated to the school together with information on related building projects and other capital projects

Procurement of Contracts

  • Details of the procurements used for the acquisition of goods and services. Contracts that have gone through a formal tendering process.

Pay Policy

  • A copy of the pay policy that the school uses to govern staff pay

Allowances

  • Details of allowances and expenses that ca be incurred by staff and governors

Pupil Premium Allowances and PE / Sports Premium

  • How the school was pupil premium

Utilities and School Running Expenditure

  • Details of the schools overheads and running costs

 

  1. Hard copy from school
  2. Hard Copy from school
  3. Hard Copy from school
  4. Hard Copy from school
  5. Hard Copy from school
  6. School Website
  7. Hard Copy from school

Class 3: What our priorities are and how we are doing

(Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews)

Ofsted report

  • A published report of the outcome of our latest Ofsted inspection

Performance management policy

  • Statement of procedures adopted by the governing body relating to the performance management of staff and the annual report of the headteacher on the effectiveness of appraisal procedures

Charging and remissions policies

  • A statement of the school's policy with respect to charges and remissions for any optional extra or board and lodging for which charges are permitted, for example school publication, music tuition, trips.

Accessibility Plan

  • Plan for engaging and increasing the participation of less abled pupils in the school curriculum, improving access to the environment and improving delivery of the curriculum to less abled pupils and parents / carers

Health and Safety Policy

  • Statement of general policy with respect to health and safety at work of employees (and others) and the organisation and arrangements for carrying out the policy.

Staff Conduct, Discipline and Grievance

  • Statement of procedure for regulating conduct and discipline of school staff and procedure by which staff may seek redress for grievance
  1. School Website
  2. Hard copy from school
  3. School Website
  4. School Website
  5. Hard copy from school
  6. Hard copy from school

Class 4: How we make decisions

(Decision-making processes and records of decisions)

Admissions Procedures / Decisions (not individual)

  • This does not include individual decisions. This is a statement of our policy with regards to admissions and how we make decisions regarding admissions.

Non-confidence minutes of meetings of the full governing body and its committees 

  • Non-confidential minutes, agendas and non-confidential papers considered at such meetings
  1. School Website
  2. Hard Copy from school

Class 5: Our policies and procedures

Written statements of the schools aims and values, the school's responsibilities, the parental responsibilities and the school's expectations of its pupils including:

Attendance Policy

  • Statement of policy in regard to attendance and punctuality

Behaviour Policy

  • Statement of general principles on behaviour and discipline and of measures taken by the headteacher to prevent bullying.

Charging and Remissions Policy

  • Statement of procedure and charges made by the school

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

  • Statement of policy for Safeguarding and promoting welfare of pupils at the school.

Complaints Policy

  • Statement of procedures for dealing with complaints

Curriculum Leaflets and procedures

  • Statement on following the National Curriculum subjects, including any syllabus used by the school

Equality and Diversity

  • Statement on ensuring that the school follows and promotes equality and diversity

 

 

 

  1. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  2. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  3. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  4. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  5. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  6. School Website

 

 

 

Class 6: The services we offer

(Information about extra-curricular activities and out of school clubs the school provides)

Breakfast Club

  • Details including enrolment, times and costs involved

Afterschool Clubs

  • Details of these including dates, times, type of clubs, costs involved and a letter are given to Crampton Children in targeted year groups

Newsletters

  • Containing informative updates from the Headteacher as well as latest news, events etc on a monthly basis
  1. School Website
  2. School Website & Hard Copy from school
  3. School Website & Hard Copy from school

 

Feedback and Complaints

We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have about this publication scheme. Ant comments or complaints about this scheme should be addressed to:

 

The Headteacher

Crampton Primary School

Iliffe Street

London

SE17 3LE

 

If you are not satisfied with the assistance you receive or our response to your concerns, you can appeal to the Information Commissioner's Office. The appeal can be made via their website or in writing to:

 

Customer Contact

Information Commissioner's Office

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilslow

SK9 5AD

 

Website: www.ico.org.uk

 

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