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Education Policies

2-ELC 3 and 4 Year Olds – Policy Document

Pre-school education is delivered in terms of the Curriculum for Excellence, a single curriculum for ages 3 to 18.

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35 Hours Working Week - Guidelines for Head Teachers and Staff

West Lothian Council Education Services is committed to working with teachers’ and Head Teachers’ representatives, through the LNCT, to ensure the successful and continuing implementation of the 21st Century Agreement.

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3-Wraparound Care – Policy Document

Wraparound Care Admission - Policy and Procedure

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5-Primary School – Policy Document

Parents can request that their child go to any primary school in West Lothian regardless of their religion.

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6-Secondary School – Policy Document

Each home address has a catchment denominational school and a catchment non-denominational school, for both primary and secondary education.

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Absence - Communicable Diseases - Adults

Absence - Communicable Diseases - Adults

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Absence - Communicable Diseases - Pre-School

Absence - Communicable Diseases - Pre-School

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Absence - Communicable Diseases - School Pupils

Absence - Communicable Diseases - School Pupils

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Additional Year of Pre-School Provision

West Lothian Council is committed to the pursuit of educational excellence and aims to make the best possible educational provision for all, taking full account of the needs of each individual child or young person.

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Admission to Specialist Provision - Procedure

Admission to Specialist Provision - Procedure

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Anti-Bullying Policy

Bullying is behaviour where power is exerted and causes hurt to others.

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Appointment of Head or Depute Head Teacher

The Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act 2006 and the Parental Involvement in Head Teacher and Depute Head Teacher Appointments (Scotland) Regulations 2007 provide for the Parent Council to be involved in the appointment of Head Teachers

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