Harlow College is proud to deliver excellent teaching and learning to young people and adult learners.
We aim to ensure this excellence is also reflected in our relationship with employers. The aim of this Charter is to outline our commitment to you and clearly outline the standard and level of service you can expect from us and what we expect from you as an employer and employee.
A Guide to the Publication Scheme, May 2012
Harlow College has adopted the Model Publication Scheme developed for the Further Education sector and approved by the Information Commissioner in October 2008.
This guide has been produced as a requirement of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and provides a description of the “clauses” or type of information we make available.
The 16 to 19 tuition fund is ring-fenced funding for schools, colleges and all other 16 to 19 institutions who receive annual funding allocations from ESFA for the provision of 16 to 19 education, to mitigate the disruption to learning arising from coronavirus (COVID-19).
The funding will be used to provide small group tuition for learners aged 16 to 19 who have not yet achieved a grade 6 in English and/or maths. The provision will not be limited to tuition for English and maths but will also be used to help progressing learners on vocational courses where assessment may have been deferred because of lockdown.
Tuition groups will comprise of small groups, and the tuition sessions will be scheduled in addition to the planned programme of study hours already timetabled for the academic year 2022/23.
Catch-up support sessions will be prioritised for those learners:
- who have not achieved a grade 4 in English and/or maths
- with an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan
- with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), particularly where they have experienced additional disruption to learning as a result of their specific needs and disabilities
- students from the most economically deprived areas of the country based on the index of multiple deprivation
Tuition Support offered will be based on learners’ individual needs and those who will benefit most from small group tuition. These sessions will be delivered as below:
- small groups of up to 5 students, however in exceptional circumstances this may be extended to up to 7 students as outlined in the conditions below:
- where workshop space is at a premium
- if the absence of a member of staff requires the merger of 2 existing groups on a temporary basis
- where a specialist staff member has limited availability
The College is committed to addressing workplace barriers to equality and providing all employee’s with equality of opportunity.
Under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 we are required to report on our Pay Gaps.
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This policy document supports Harlow College's Strategic Plan by outlining the policies pertaining to successful student recruitment, selection and admission on to higher education (HE) programmes.
- Introduction and Purpose:
1.1 In accordance with the Office for Students regulation F1 – Transparency information, all HE providers are expected to produce transparency data on the following that is published on their website to demonstrate commitment to their Access and Participation Statement and widening participation:
1.2 In each case, the information must include those numbers by reference to the following:
- the gender of the individuals to which they relate;
- their ethnicity; and
iii. their socioeconomic background, measured using the English Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 (IMD)
2.1 Information for all prospective candidates, interested parties, partners, stakeholders, employers and Office for Students (OfS).
3.1 OfS – Office for Students
3.2 IMD - English Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015
- Management responsibilities
4.1 to ensure the transparency data is annual updated and published on our website
4.2 to ensure the updated information is return to OfS at their request annually
4.3 for the data to inform the Colleges’ Access and Participation Statement and widening participation activities
- Data Tables – View Data