The school policies are available to download, please click on the links below:

Accessibility Plan – October 2023
Anti-Bullying Policy – July 2023
Attendance Policy – March 2024
British Values Statement
Charging & Remission Policy – June 2023
Child Protection Policy – October 2023
Children With a Social Worker Policy – October 2023
Collective Worship Policy – December 2023
Complaints Policy and Procedure – November 2023
Debt Recovery Policy – July 2022
Early Years Foundation Stage Policy – November 2022
Early Career Teacher Policy – February 2024
Feedback Policy – January 2024
Health and Safety Policy – January 2024
Home Learning Policy – March 2024
How to Comment or Complain Leaflet
Lettings Policy – July 2023
Offsite Visits & Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) – October 2023
Online Safety Policy – November 2023
Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education (PSHE) Policy – February 2024
Privacy Notice
Publications Policy – February 2024
Pupil Behaviour Policy – July 2023
Relationships, Sex & Health Education (RS&HE) Policy – February 2024
Safeguarding Policy – November 2023
Safer Recruitment Policy – February 2024
School Equality Scheme – October 2023
School Uniform Statement, June 2021
SEND Policy – December 2023
Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy – November 2022
Team Selection Policy – December 2023
Whistleblowing Policy – January 2024
Written Calculations Policy

Behaviour Policy

Positive behaviour is expected throughout the school. We expect pupils and adults to be courteous, considerate, kind, helpful, polite and well mannered. We encourage them to be hardworking, punctual, to take pride in their work and the school environment, and to take care of possessions. We expect them to be honest, to develop an understanding of right and wrong and to behave in a safe way, with orderly movement around the school. Calm, quiet, purposeful, optimistic, self-confident, responsible and sympathetic approaches are to be encouraged. All sections of the community should set good examples. Bullying, physical or verbal abuse, has no place in the school and is taken seriously.

Equal Opportunities Policy Statement

We believe that all people are equally deserving of respect and value, whatever their colour, religion, culture, class, gender or ability. We aim for all pupils to have equal access to opportunities in our school and believe that the school should play its part in a multi-cultural society.

Safeguarding Policy Statement

The school aims to develop an environment in which pupils feel safe and secure. Their viewpoints are valued. The School works in partnership with parents to support pupils in every way possible. The Pupils Act 1989 places a clear responsibility on schools to ensure that they work together with other agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of all pupils. As a result, if concerns are raised within the school or a child or parent reports a situation involving possible abuse, we would not be able to guarantee confidentiality. It would have to be referred on to Social Services, in line with Government and Hertfordshire County Council policy.


We identify the needs of pupils with SEND as early as possible. We hold high aspirations and expectations for all pupils with SEND and focus on developing proud learners.

Please click here to see our Special Needs Local Offer in more detail and click here to see our SEND policy.


Greenway is accessible to all adults and children. The school is mostly on one level with ramps to the front entrance and playground. We have an accessible WC.

Charging Policy Statement

Voluntary contributions will be sought towards the costs of day visits, swimming lessons and some after-school activities. However, the Head can be approached if a parent wishes to discuss these contributions. The Greenway School Association will fund these contributions for families on Family Income Support or with a Dacorum Card. These parents may apply for a Greenway Discount Card.