The main CCSS policies can be downloaded from the links below
CCSS has a rigorous and professional approach to its responsibility for health and safety.
The Foundation recognises that a number of members of the Foundation community suffer from potentially life threatening allergies or intolerances to certain foods. Measures are put in place to ensure that there is an awareness of all allergies and to ensure that the risks are reduced to try to prevent exposure and/or a reaction.
Foundation Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
Sets out approaches and responsibilities in ensuring that the college fulfils its obligations in law to protect its students.
Describes and explains how the college provides an environment in which bullying is minimised, and how any instances are dealt with.
CCSS invests heavily in excellent IT provision and it requires the system to be used responsibly.
Describes how the college deals with any concerns or complaints raised by parents. CCSS will deal openly and honestly with any issues raised, in the spirit of wanting to do even better in everything we do.
CCSS, in line with the SEN Code of Practice 2001, the Disability Discrimination Act and the college’s statement of values, undertakes to make full and proper provision for students with special education needs and other disabilities, where it has the resources to do so.
The college seeks to maintain equality and improve access to its provision for those with disabilities.
Curriculum Policy Statement
This document supplements the information available in our prospectus and guide for parents and students, and is available to parents upon request.
Boarding is a very important part of CCSS and this document outlines the way boarding operates at CCSS.
This policy concerns admissions of students and should be read in conjunction with the CCSS prospectus and other policies. The policy applies to both boarding and day places at CCSS.
All policies and guides are available from the College office on request.