The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium provides schools with additional money to support Year 7 students who do not reach national expectations in literacy and numeracy.
To ensure that all members of the College community are able to achieve the highest goals in a safe, stimulating environment where life-long learning can flourish.
Safeguarding is defined as protecting children from maltreatment, preventing impairment of health and development, ensuring that children grow up in the provision of safe and effective care and taking action to enable all children to have the best life chances.
To ensure that robust measures are in place to safeguard students
To ensure that Governors, staff, parents/carers and students at The Sholing Technology College are firmly opposed to all forms of bullying.
The purpose of the policy is to ensure that during the College day, all students have full and free access to a broad and balanced curriculum. The College day is defined as: 8.55am to 12.30pm and 1.10pm to 3.15pm. Lunch time does not form part of the College hours
Students have special educational needs if they have a learning difficulty which calls for special educational provision to be made for them.
At Sholing Technology College we believe that all students should be valued regardless of their abilities and behaviours. All students are entitled to a broad and balanced curriculum which is matched to meet each individual’s needs. All teachers are teachers of students with special educational needs. All students can learn and make progress. All students should be challenged to achieve their full potential. Please read more about our Local Offer by downloading the pdf.
This document has been produced under the requirement of the SEN Information Regulations, under Section 69 of the Children and Families Act 2014
This policy is intended to set out how The Sholing Technology College will deal with complaints from parents, students and the public, who should feel able to express their views knowing that they will be dealt with fairly. Staff wishing to make a complaint should follow the Staff Conduct, Discipline and Grievance Policy.
The Headteacher and staff deal with specific complaints as part of their day-to-day management of the school in accordance with the school’s Complaints Procedure. The majority of complaints are handled in an informal manner and are resolved quickly, sensitively and to the satisfaction of the complaint. However, there are occasions when complainants behave in an unreasonable manner when raising and/or pursuing concerns. In these circumstances the school may take action in accordance with this policy.
Our curriculum is designed to provide all students with a broad, balanced and enriching experience, which allows each individual to realise their potential regardless of ability.
This Policy applies to all off-site visits and all adventurous activities carried out with young people, with the exception of work experience placements. In addition, it applies to any visit taking place abroad which involves young people.
Equality Objectives 2017 - 2018