The Raleigh School strives to inspire independence, nurture a life-long love of learning, thus creating active and responsible citizens who achieve their full potential. In a safe environment and through excellent skills-based teaching we aim to provide our children with creative and challenging learning opportunities.
The school believes that children’s well-being, both in and out of school, is crucial to their success. The school is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children, staff and visitors, and is confident that any disclosure, or question over the safety of any individual, will be dealt with rapidly and sensitively in the best manner for the individual by the appropriate member of staff.
The link to our E-Safety policy which contains our SMART rules and acceptable use policies for children's mobile devices, staff, governors and visitors.
The Raleigh School E-Safety policy can be viewed by clicking this link - 419kb
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