Data will be processed to be in line with the requirements and protection set out in the General Data Protection Regulations.
All policies relating to Data Protection and GDPR can be found on the Oak Trust website: www.oaktrust.org/gdpr
For details of the following policies, please go to: www.oaktrust.org/Policies
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Attendance Policy (Pupils)
- CCTV Policy
- Charging and Remissions Policy
- Complaints and Concerns Policy
- Confidentiality Policy
- Data Protection Policy
- Debt Management Policy
- Equality and Diversity including Curriculum
- Freedom of Information Policy
- Health and Safety Policy
- Low-Level Concerns Policy
- Managing Allegations Policy
- Menopause Policy
- Parental Use of Social Networking and Internet Policy
- Online Safety Policy
- Relationships, Sex and Health Education Policy
Within Oak MAT, our Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) programme is an integral part of our whole school PSHE. High quality relationships and sex education helps create safe school communities in which pupils can grow, learn and develop positive, healthy behaviour for life.
- Staff Wellbeing Policy
- Trustee Induction Policy
- Unacceptable Conduct and Parental Dispute Policy
- Volunteer Policy
- Whistle-blowing Policy
Manor High Policies
Click below to view the relevant Manor High School policies or forms.
Student data forms and parental consents
You will have completed an admission form when your child joined our school. If you need to update any details, please can you complete our online Student Data Form:
This is the information we hold on your children while they are at our school. As you will appreciate, it is vitally important that the information we have is accurate and up to date, so please take the time to fully complete the form.
Please can you also complete our Parental Consents form:
This ensures that we are compliant with GDPR and data protection laws. The permissions cover a variety of areas where consent is required, including photographs and school trips.
Other consent forms can be found below:
The following principles should be applied in a manner consistent with Leicestershire's continuing commitment to comprehensive community education and the curriculum statement to the benefit of all students.
Admissions Policy 2022-2023 (updated June 2022)
Admissions Policy 2023-2024 (updated April 2023)
Admissions Policy 2024-2025 (updated April 2023)
Admissions Policy 2025-2026 (there is no change to our current policy, although we are consulting regarding our Admission Number as per the consultation below)
Admission authorities must set (‘determine’) admission arrangements annually. Where changes are proposed to admission arrangements, the admission authority must first publicly consult on those arrangements. If no changes are made to admission arrangements, they must be consulted on at least once every seven years. Consultation must be for a minimum of six weeks and must take place between 1 October and 31 January of the school year before those arrangements are to apply (the determination year).
Year 7: At the main transfer cycle. The Year 7 oversubscription list (OSL) will run until the end of the autumn term of the transfer year.
Year 8, 9, 10 and 11: No waitlists run for these year groups.
Consultation on proposal to increase the capacity of Manor High School
It is proposed to expand Manor High School from 900 to 1050 places. This would enable the school to admit 210 children into Year 7 each year from 2025-2026 school year onwards, an increase of 30 students over the current official admission number. The intention is that the school would grow incrementally over time with successive intakes of 210 creating sustainable gradual growth over a 5-year period, until the maximum of 1050 students on roll is reached.
Consultation runs from Tuesday 24th October 2023 to Friday 24th November 2023.
Students should all be aware of:
- Their level for the section of work;
- Their successes with the section of work;
- How to improve the section of work.
The policy below aims to help students to reach or exceed their full academic potential. To achieve this aim, there must be a uniform approach across the school.
Our exams policies can be found on this page: Curriculum & Learning / Exams & Procedures
Health and Safety
The Trust have a Health and Safety policy (see link above) which is supported by our own school policy:
Insurance details for the presentation of a Personal Injury Claim in respect of Public Liability via the Claims Portal.
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Insurance details for the presentation of a Personal Injury Claim in respect of Employers’ Liability via the Claims Portal.
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Leave of Absence Request
It may be that in exceptional circumstances, a short absence is agreed to. In these extreme cases, discretion will be exercised. A number of factors will be taken into account. These include the urgency of the request, the impact upon learning, progress and achievement and the number of previous days' absence for the student.
The school does not authorise term time holidays. This is because of the impact upon progress and learning. If a holiday goes ahead, it is our policy to mark the absence as an unauthorised holiday absence. We recognise that holiday periods are more expensive and that many families have to travel long distances to visit relatives. We also recognise that parents and carers may choose to proceed with the absence without authorisation. However, we wish to make it clear that our records will state that the absence was not authorised.
Occasionally it is necessary for the school to administer medication to a students on their parents' behalf. Details of how this process is managed is in the policy below.
In addition, if a parent wishes us to administer medicine in school they are required to complete the form rather below.
First Aid Policy (under review March 2022)
The personal data collected is essential, in order for Manor High School to fulfil our official functions and meet legal requirements. Please read the document below which outlines the information we process and the purposes it is used for under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Please see the Oak Trust website for a full collection of our Privacy Notices.
Manor High fully recognises the contribution it can make to protect children and support students in school. The aim of the safeguarding policy is to safeguard and promote our students’ welfare, safety and health by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate. The students’ welfare is of paramount importance.
Additional general information can also be found on our Student safety and wellbeing page
Special Educational Needs & Disability
The Governors ensure that the development and co-ordination of special educational provision is an integral part of the development of the school. They are committed to ensuring that the best possible education is provided for those who need it.
Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy (awaiting ratification)
Accessibility Plan (awaiting ratification)
SEND Information Report (awaiting ratification)
Trade Union Facility Time Publication
Data will be processed to be in line with the requirements and protections, set out in the General Data Protection Regulation 2018.