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Academy Policies and Appeals

 

 

Admissions Policy

The David Young Community Academy is a Church of England sponsored Academy which welcomes students of all faiths and of none. Read more...

Admission Appeals

If you child is not allocated a place at your preferred school for 2014/15 you have a right to appeal against this decision. Read more...

Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy

DYCA is committed to removing barriers to learning by providing an environment in which every student can safely access all the learning opportunities provided by the Academy and in which effective teaching and learning can take place. Read more...

Charging and Remissions Policy

The aim of this policy is to set out what charges will be levied for activities, what remissions will be implemented and the circumstances under which voluntary contributions will be requested from parents.Read more...

Child Protection Policy

The Academy recognises that because Academy staff are in regular and frequent contact with children, they are particularly well placed to observe signs of abuse. Read more...

Collective Worship Policy

Acts of Collective Worship offer an ideal opportunity to reinforce the mission and ethos of the Academy. Both learners and staff should leave the place of assembly feeling a sense of belonging to the Academy community. Read more...

Complaints Procedure

It is in everyone’s interest that complaints are resolved at the earliest possible stage. The experience of the first contact between the complainant and the Academy can be crucial in determining whether the complaint will escalate. To that end, if staff are made aware of the procedure, they know what to do when they receive a complaint. Read more...

Equality, Diversity and Community Cohesion Policy

Welcome to our Equality, Diversity and Community Cohesion Policy. Our Policy provides details of our overall aims and the underlying principles which guide our approach to Community Cohesion, Equality and Diversity. It also sets out roles and responsibilities for the Policy and its implementation, as well as describing our legal duties and responsibilities. Read more...

Grievance Policy

The Academy believes that all employees should be treated fairly and with respect. The main purpose of this policy is to help resolve employees grievance raised in the workplace as quickly as possible. Read more...

Healthy Eating Schools Policy

We recognize our role as a socially responsible organization that we can proactively make a significant difference to the health of our Students who make use of our services daily. Read more...

Health and Safety Policy

In compliance with the requirement of Section 2 (3) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, The Academy is effectively discharging its statutory duties by preparing a written health and safety policy. Read more...

Safeguarding Policy

At David Young Community Academy, there is nothing more important to us than the physical, emotional and spiritual welfare of our pupils. Read more...

Sex and Relationships Education Policy

It is our policy to provide Sex & Relationships Education (SRE) for all pupils at the academy throughout their time with us, with a programme that fulfils the requirements of the National Curriculum. Read more...

Smoking Fixed Penalty Policy

This policy should be read in conjunction with the DYCA Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy and the DYCA Health and Safety Policy. Read more...

Special Educational Needs Policy

At David Young Community Academy we are committed to the inclusion of all students. We believe that all young people should have the same opportunities for learning and for realising their potential, regardless of race, gender or ability. Read more...

Uniform Policy

The DYCA uniform has been designed by the students and it is compulsory. The uniform has been chosen by the students to enable them to be prepared for the world of work and business. The details of the uniform cost can be found in the Prospectus and in the Welcome pack for our Year 7 joining DYCA. Read more...

 

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