School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please ask the school office.
The following policies guide the work of Catch22 include Norfolk:
Catch22 include Norfolk exists to challenge, support and inspire our students, to achieve their academic and social potential. At the heart of our school is a child centred approach to behaviour management, coupled with a strong curriculum.
We provide a safe environment for our young people. Our strong grounding in Health and Safety provides a welcoming place for them to learn, and our relationship based approach provides an emotionally safe place for our young people to feel protected.
Catch22 include Norfolk is determined to make all efforts to prevent discrimination or unfair treatment against, and promote equality of opportunity for, all members of staff, potential members of staff or students on the grounds of sex, race, gender, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, age, disability or offending background.
We believe that the teaching of British values, embedded in a curriculum which promotes the development of spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding helps children thrive. Catch22 include Norfolk seeks to develop the personal qualities valued in a civilised modern British society; for example, thoughtfulness, honesty, respect for difference, moral principles, independence, and self-respect.
For admissions information please contact the Headteacher: Philip Hinchliffe
Our Head Teacher Phil Hinchliffe and his team welcomes all feedback, good and bad. If you’d like to raise a complaint, give us feedback on our work in Norfolk or compliment a member of staff, please see our
Complaints procedure for parents and carers and prospective parents and carers of children attending the Catch22 Norfolk School or email Phil on Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org