Red Kite Learning Trust (RKLT) and School Policies
Please click the links below to view our Multi Academy Trust-level and school-level policies.
Copies of policies are available in print from the office, upon request.
For a direct link to the RKLT policy website page, please click here.
The Red Kite Learning Trust (RKLT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our RKLT 2019 Child Protection Policy can be found in the 'Safeguarding' section of our website here.
The Chief Executive Officer, Trustees and Members of Red Kite learning Trust (RKLT) recognise and accept their responsibilities, both legal and moral, to ensure, so far as is reasonable and practicable, accidents and ill health are prevented and risks to employees, students, visitors and others arising from all activities of RKLT are suitably and sufficiently controlled.
The Academy Trust may be required by law to collect and use certain types of information to comply with statutory obligations related to employment, education and safeguarding, and this policy is intended to ensure that personal information is dealt with properly and securely and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and other related legislation.
This policy sets out the Academy Trust and school’s approach to dealing with parental concerns and complaints.
Red Kite Learning Trust is committed to advancing equality of opportunity, fostering good relations as well as eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation. We oppose all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination, whether because of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, religion and belief, and sexual identity or any other condition or requirement which places a person at disadvantage and cannot be justified. The impact of all policies, practices and day-to-day activities are considered to ensure that no member of the community is discriminated or put at a disadvantage.
Charging Policy Where possible, we take children on educational visits to aid their learning. Sometimes, there may be a charge for the cost of transport or entry to a site, such as a museum. Where there is a charge for the visit, we may ask for a contribution towards the costs from parent/carers. This contribution is voluntary although if not enough money is collected, it may mean the cancellation of the trip. The policy is attached at the end of this page.
- Our new Behaviour policy (September 2019) - Our Statement of Behaviour Principles - Dfe exclusion guidance for schools The Department for Education provides a guide to the legislation that will govern the exclusion of pupils from: maintained schools; Academy schools/Free Schools; Alternative Provision Academies/Free Schools; and pupil referral units in England