- Acceptable Use of Technology and E-Safety Policy 2023
- Accessibility Plan
- Assessment Policy
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Behaviour Policy
- Complaints Policy
- Confiscation Policy and Search Policy
- Covid Risk Assessment
- Dealing with Adult Behaviour Policy
- Drug Alcohol and Tobacco Policy with curriculum links
- Equality Duties for schools
- First Aid and Medical Administration Policy
- Food Policy
- Freedom Of Information Policy
- Freedom of Information Publication Scheme
- Health and Safety Policy
- Intimate Care Policy
- Mayflower Privacy Notice for Governors and volunteers
- Pay and Remissions Policy
- Remote Learning Policy
- RSE Policy
- Safeguarding Policy
- School Attendance Policy
- Uniform Policy
Mayflower Federation is a non-selective, state-funded school in the London Borough of Southwark. We welcome visits to the school in order to decide if this is the right school for you and your child. Over the Autumn term, many tours of the school are scheduled and you should contact the school office to reserve a place. Should you be interested in visiting the school at any other point of the year, please ring the main office to make an appointment. Should there be a vacancy in your child’s year group, then a tour will be provided.
The policy and arrangements for admission to the school into Reception are set out by Southwark local authority and are available here:
Admission into the school is typically at Reception (children aged 4 by September 1st of each year) and applications should be made to the local authority who allocate these spaces into the school.
If you are unsuccessful in your bid for a place in Reception, you have the right to appeal to Southwark local authority who allocate these places.
Children with Statements of SEN
For children with a Local Authority Statement of Special Educational Needs or and Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), parents must contact the SEN Department in the London Borough of Southwark for further information of how to apply for a place at the school.
In-Year Admissions into Years 1 to 6
If you have just moved to the area with children of school age, please contact the school who will be able to advise whether there are currently any vacancies in your child’s year group. Should there be no vacancies within the school at the time of applying, then you are welcome to be added to a waiting list. Parents/ carers should also contact the London Borough of Southwark to see if any other spaces in other schools are available.
Parent Tours for Nursery and Reception 2024
The best way to find out if Ilderton is right for your child is to come and visit us on one of our open mornings. Please call the school office on 0207 237 3980 to book your place on one of our upcoming open mornings (maximum of 2 people per family).
Friday 29th September 2023
Friday 13th October 2023
Friday 3rd November 2023
Friday 17th November 2023
Friday 1st December 2023
Friday 12th January 2024
All visits will be at 9.30am on the above dates.
Mayflower Nursery Admissions Policy
The school is responsible for its own admission arrangements into Nursery. Children in Nursery should be three years old before the September enrollment. Applications for Nursery should be made from the January prior to the potential September start date. Please contact the school office for information of how to apply for a place in Nursery. Below is a copy of the school’s Nursery Admissions Policy:
Please click here for Nursery Admissions Policy
From the 25th May 2018, new regulations will be introduced which affect how our School handle people’s data. This is called the General Data Protection Regulation. Compliance with the regulations will be an ongoing process and the School have appointed a data protection officer to advise and manage compliance with the regulation. (Please see details below.)
We will be publicising policies and procedures and notices that are compliant with the new regulations in the coming months and will keep you informed of any developments. For the time being, your child’s data will be handled in the same manner in accordance with legal principles.
In the meantime we thank you for your patience whilst we take the necessary steps set by the new legislation and guidance with handling data.
Data Protection Officer
The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School so if you do have any questions in this regard, please do contact them on the information below: –
Data Protection Officer: Craig Stilwell
Company: Judicium Consulting Ltd
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE
Telephone: 0203 326 9174