College Strategic Documents
Estyn Inspection Report – This is the official report produced by Estyn following their inspection of the College during January 2017.
Equality & Diversity Report – This report sets out the College’s commitment to equality and diversity and the positive action that is being taken to promote opportunity for all.
Equality – Strategic Equality Plan – The overall aim of the new equality duty is to ensure that equality is mainstreamed into our work, and that this in turn should result in more appropriately delivered services and outcomes taking into account individuals backgrounds.
Health & Wellbeing Strategy – We provide a one-stop-shop of services to staff and students.
Learner Involvement Strategy – This strategy focuses, as is required by Article 12 of the United Nations Convention, on the Rights of the Child. This sets out the right of children and young people to express an opinion and to have that opinion taken into account on any matter that affects them.
Learning & Teaching Strategy – committed to providing its students with a first class learning and teaching experience.
Looked After Children – The College is committed to strengthen its approach to support the education in compliance with legislation and policy frameworks.
More Able & Talented Strategy – The College has a strong commitment to ensuring that MAT learners achieve their potential, with the Corpora on Board and the Senior Leadership Team providing clear leadership and expectation as to the direction of this Strategy.
Poverty Strategy – We are committed to providing support for our learners to reduce the impact of poverty on educational achievement.
Strategic Plan – The Strategic Plan sets out the context within which the College operates and highlights our strategic priorities for 2019-2024.
Sustainability Report – This report sets out to review the College’s progress in managing its environmental aspects and impacts since achieving Level 5 Green Dragon.
Sustainable Development Policy – is the governing document for environmental management and performance.
Welsh Language Scheme – The College has adopted the principle that in the conduct of public business in Wales it will treat the English and Welsh Language on the basis of equality.