Equality of Opportunity and Diversity

ATTFE College is committed to equality and diversity, as both a provider of services and as an employer. Our practices and procedures aim to reflect the varied needs, expectations and culture of all members of our community. We make every effort to ensure that no member of the community receives less favourable treatment when accessing our services on the grounds of:

  • age
  • disability
  • gender reassignment
  • marriage and civil partnership
  • pregnancy and maternity
  • race
  • religion or belief
  • sex
  • sexual orientation
Accessibility Policy
Admissions Statement
Assessment Policy
Attendance (Pupils) Policy
Behaviour Policy
Bursary Policy
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Policy
Careers Policy
Charging and Remissions Policy
Complaints Policy and Procedure
Conflicts of Interests Policy
Curriculum Policy
Data Protection
E-Safety Policy
Early Years Foundation Stage Policy
Educational Visits
Equal Opportunities (Staff)
Equalities Policy
Ethical Leadership Policy
Freedom of Information Policy and Publication Scheme
Governance Scheme of Delegation
Health and Safety
Home Academy Agreement
ICT Policy
Medical Conditions
Peer on Peer Abuse
Privacy Notices
Pupil Premium Policy
Reasonable Force Policy (Use of)
Recruitment and Selection Policy
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
Whistleblowing Policy

Please note:

Many of our policies are mandatory generic Academy Transformation Trust (ATT) Policies that apply to all of ATT’s schools and operating units including Academy Transformation Trust Further Education (ATTFE).

For the purpose of clarity, the following expressions and terminology in this policy also apply to ATTFE as follows:

“Principal” shall also mean the Principal of ATTFE.

“Academy” or “School” shall also mean ATTFE.

“Local Academy Committee (LAC)”, “Governors”, “Governing body” shall also mean the governing body of ATTFE.

“Pupils”, “children”, “students” or “learners” shall also mean the 16-19 and 19+ adult learners who attend ATTFE.

“Parents” or “Carers” shall also mean the parents or carers of 16-19 ATTFE learners, and where applicable the parents or carers of adults with learning difficulties and disabilities who do not live independently.

“Teachers” shall also mean the ATTFE teachers/tutors, assessors and any other categories of teaching and tutoring staff.

“Teaching Assistants” shall also mean the classroom assistants and support assistants employed by ATTFE.