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Smile, enjoy school, keep healthy and feel safe

At Heage Primary School we want all children to enjoy school, develop active and healthy lifestyles and feel safe.  Safeguarding and promoting excellent behaviour are key priorities to ensure that children feel happy and safe at school at all times. 

There is a strong sense of community between pupils at the school and cases of bullying are extremely rare.  Bullying of any form will not be tolerated and we aim to solve any issue swiftly and sensitively. 

This page has been designed to support our policies and signpost pupils and parents to additional guidance and support.

Safeguarding - Where to go for help

Following our safeguarding evening and workshops for parents we have provided the following advice and links to support and help parents. 

Online Safety - Advice for Parents


Online Safety - Advice for Pupils


Promoting Outstanding Behaviour

All children are expected to have exceptional behaviour, in class, on the playground and in the community.  We are a caring school, that nutures and develops strong personal and social skills so that children become respectful of each other, have independence but can also work well as part of a team.  To achieve their best pupils need to have excellent learning behaviours, be proud in themselves and have high levels of self-esteem. 


Every child has a SMART Passport where they earn points for showing the school values.  As the children earn  points they work towards different certificates and can then apply for different jobs around school and therefore  gain greater responsibility and privileges. 

Support and help for children

The Childline app 'For Me' seeks to help young people directly on their smartphones. 

The app utilises all of Childline’s online services - from the 1-2-1 chat function with a counsellor, the 'Ask Sam' problem pages and entrance to a private locker, in which is a daily mood tracker and personal journal.

Click on the link below

Anti-bullying Policy

Click on the link to view our anti-bullying policy

Child friendly version

Behaviour Policy

Click on the link to view our behaviour policy

Realationships and Sex Education (RSE)

We have updated our Relationships and Sex Education scheme of work.  Please click on the link below to see the spiral approach that the school has adopted.


Relationships and Sex Education Scheme


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