Below you can view all of the Inclusive Schools Trust's policies. These policies apply to all of the schools in the Trust.
Signed paper copies of all policies are available upon request. Please contact us on 01603 516164.
Please note that where a live policy is not yet due for review and makes reference to 'Safeguarding - Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019' please refer to the updated 'Safeguarding - Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020' document published below, the contents of which will apply in all instances.
In the event of a complaint please refer to our Complaints Procedure above.
Number of formal complaints Academic Year 2017/2018 - 1
Number of formal complaints Academic Year 2019/2020 - 1
At Inclusive Schools Trust we appreciate that the first twelve months in the professional development of a new teacher is very demanding. Our induction process ensures appropriate guidance, support and training to include the development of skills, knowledge, expectations and observations are provided through a structured but flexible individual programme.
The Trust Board are fully aware of the contents of the DfE’s Statutory guidance on induction for newly qualified teachers (England) which sets out the individual school's responsibility to provide the necessary monitoring, support and assessments for NQTs. Careful consideration is given, prior to any decision to appoint an NQT, as to whether the school currently has the capacity to fulfil all its obligations.
The schools within the Trust use NQT Manager, an online system that makes it easy for our schools to manage every part of the NQT induction process in one place. The schools follow their published guidance.
At Inclusive Schools Trust, we take data security very seriously. Our pupils, parents, carers, staff, trustees, members and stakeholders have the right to be informed, to object, to rectification, to erasure, to restrict processing and to data portability.