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The following documents are held on The Pioneer Academy website and can be accessed via the following link – https://thepioneeracademy.co.uk/bexley/primary/pioneeracademy/site/pages/aboutus/documents

  • Financial statements
  • Disclosure of payment practices
  • Articles of Association
  • Master Funding Agreement
  • Gender Pay Gap reporting

Trustee and Governor Register of Business Interests and Meeting Attendance information can be accessed via the following link - https://thepioneeracademy.co.uk/bexley/primary/pioneeracademy/site/pages/aboutus/governance/businessinterestsmeetingattendance

The following policies are held on The Pioneer Academy website and can be accessed via the following link – https://thepioneeracademy.co.uk/bexley/primary/pioneeracademy/site/pages/aboutus/policies

  • Assessment policy
  • British Values Statement
  • Class grouping, setting, streaming policy
  • Community Cohesion policy
  • Equality Information Statement
  • Exclusion policy
  • Governor visits policy
  • Health & Safety policy
  • Media relations policy
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing policy
  • Safer Recruitment policy
  • Scheme of Delegation
  • Teaching & Learning policy
  • Volunteers policy
  • Whistleblowing policy
  • Finance manual and associated policies
  • GDPR manual and associated policies

Appeals 2024

You are able to appeal against the decision to not offer your child a place at Red Hill Primary School.

There are three grounds on which appeal at Red Hill Primary School may be considered. You will need to evidence the grounds you believe applies in your case on the appeal form (found here) and return to the school.

Reasons for appeal are as follows:

a) That the admission of my child would not breach the Infant class size limit.

b) That a place would have been offered if the admission arrangements had complied with admissions law or had been correctly and impartially applied. For your appeal to succeed on this ground, you will have to show that the normal admission arrangements were not properly followed and if they had, your child would have been offered a place.

c) That the decision not to admit your child was not one which a reasonable Admission Authority would make in the circumstances of the case.

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