Policies & Procedures

We have a large number of policies at Springdale which may be of interest to parents some of which are attached. Further details regarding policies and procedures are available from the school.

Please see below for our School Funding Agreement:


Please use this link https://www.hamwic.org/policies to access the following Trust policies:

i. Trust Health and Safety policy

ii. First Aid and Medical Conditions policy

iii. Complaints policy

iv. Freedom of Information

v. Recruitment and Selection

If you have any questions, please contact our school office.

School Admissions Policy 2020-2021
School Admissions Policy 2021-2022
School Admissions Policy 2022-2023
Learning and Teaching Policy
GDPR Policy and Privacy Notices
Critical Incidents Information
Equality Statement
Springdale Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy 2020
Hamwic Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy
Coronavirus Safeguarding Arrangements
Complaints Policy & Procedure 2020
Springdale First School Visitor Code of Conduct
KS/1 and Phonics Data
Exclusion Policy 2020-2021
Lettings Policy
Accounting Policy 2020-2021
Anti-Fraud Policy 2019-2022
Springdale First School Early Years Policy 2020
Charges for School Activities Policy
Attendance Guide For Parents 2020
First Aid and Medical Conditions Policy 2020-2022
Pupil Premium Action Plan 2019 - 2020
Pupil Premium Action Plan and Report 2018 - 2019
Springdale Appeals Timetable September 2021-22
Behaviour Policy 2020
Springdale First School Communication Policy 2020
School Prospectus
School Handbook
Attendance Policy 2020-2021
Health & Safety Policy 2020
Springdale School Specific Health and Safety Policy 2020
Accessibility Plan 2020
Recruitment & Selection Policy 2020
Springdale Core Offer 2020
Springdale SEND Information Report
Freedom of Information Policy 2020
Springdale Equalities Policy 2020
Relationships Education and Health Education Policy
RSE Parental consultation
SEND Policy
Hamwic Remote Learning Policy

"Pupils thrive at the school, developing outstanding attitudes to learning due to the excellent relationships they form with adults and the very practical, interesting and challenging lesson activities provided. Their excellent behaviour is evident in all aspects of school life."