Statutory/Policies

The following documents are required to be published on the website of a multi academy trust. In addition a link to these documents can also be found on the individual websites of the academies of the HfL MAT.

CONSULTATION – ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS FOR 2019/20

The Herts for Learning Multi Academy Trust, as the admissions authority for all schools/academies within the Trust, has a statutory duty to consult with the public whenever new admission arrangements or changes to existing arrangements are planned, in line with the Admissions Code of Practice.

Consultation is an important part of the process in setting school admission arrangements. We are therefore consulting stakeholders on the proposed admission arrangements for schools within our Trust for 2019-20.

These arrangements are for children who will be starting school for the first time in September 2019, or changing from one school to another between September 2019 and July 2020.

The draft admissions policy below is the proposed policy for the following Herts for Learning Multi Academy Trust schools:

Alban Wood Primary School & Nursery

Bromet Primary School

The Grange Academy

Oxhey Wood Primary School

Warren Dell Primary School

Wilbury Junior School

It is also proposed that when the following three schools convert to academies and join the Trust on 1 January 2018, the proposed admissions policy will also apply for the academic year 2019/20.

(Should these schools, for any reason, not convert and join the Trust by 28 February 2018, the admissions policy for these schools will remain as the current Hertfordshire County Council arrangements)

Meryfield Community Primary School

Orchard Primary School

Rowans Primary School

The consultation runs for six ‘school’ weeks starting Friday 1 December 2017 until Friday 26 January 2018. The agreed (determined) admission arrangements will be published on our website by 15th March 2018.

The intention is to have one standard policy and arrangement in place however each school will have a unique document that reflects the school’s admission number, whether it has a school nursery, whether it is a junior school etc.

You can comment on the proposed admission arrangements by email or in writing to:

admissions@hflmat.co.uk

Herts for Learning Multi Academy Trust, Robertson House SROB218, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 2FQ

Draft Admissions Policy

These policy documents are also available on each indvidual academy’s website.

Sample forms

Please see individual academy websites for forms for each academy.

Stautory policies/documents

Annual accounts and reports

These will be added following the first year of the Trust’s operation

Funding agreements

The Trust’s Master Funding Agreement:

 

Funding Agreements for the Trust’s academies:

Alban Wood Primary School and Nursery

 

Bromet Primary School

The Grange Academy

 

Oxhey Wood Primary School

Warren Dell Primary School

Wilbury Junior School

Relevant business and pecuniary interests of Trustees and Members

(please see individual academy websites for Academy Governing Board member information)

Safeguarding statement

Admissions statement

Health and safety policy

Complaints policy

Equalities statement

Trust-wide policies and procedures

Pay and appraisal

Data protection/freedom of information (FOI)

 

Safer recruitment

Disciplinary policy and procedure

Code of conduct

Grievance

Bullying and Harassment

Whistleblowing

Gifts and hospitality

 

Please note: Our HR policies are based on policies produced in consultation with the professional associations/trade unions and adopted by the HfL MAT

 

Statutory policies/information for individual academies within the Trust

 

The following statutory policies and information can be found on the websites of the academies within the Trust:

  1. Charging and remissions
  2. Behaviour and exclusions
  3. Special educational needs
  4. Admissions
  5. Safeguarding/child protection
  6. First aid
  7. Curriculum
  8. Governor information and duties, including the register of business interests of the headteacher and governors
  9. School contact details
  10. Ofsted report
  11. Exam and assessment results
  12. Pupil premium/PE and sport premium
  13. Equality objectives
  14. Annual report and accounts (following first full year of operation)
  15. Funding agreement
  16. Accessibility plan for disabled pupils

 

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