We are sorry that you have experienced a negative incident from a member of our community.
We take our responsibilities and standards seriously and wish to demonstrate that to our neighbours and students.
We aspire to high standards but accept that, on occasion, we must address where these are not met. Section 90 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006, explains the legal powers and responsibilities of schools to act on such occasions. A summary can be found here. This not only explains to parents and students the right to issue a sanction, but also sets out the limitations schools are governed by. For criminal incidents, primacy on the response should rest with the police.
For incidents that are of a criminal nature, we would ask that your firstly report these to the police who will
receive the full support of the college in managing the incident.
The college will not act on such matters until the police have exhausted their inquiries or reached a conclusion.
If the incident is of a criminal nature, please report this directly to the police here or via the ‘101’ telephone number or the online reporting tool here. For more serious matters, please dial ‘999’ for example, if there is a threat to life or serious damage to property. For more advice on when to use ‘999’, see here.
Do you wish to continue to report the incident to the college?
Please complete the form by clicking here and a dedicated member of the college staff will be assigned to discuss the matter with you within 48 working hours.
Once your report has been submitted, this is the process we will follow: