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These results are a suggestion of courses you may want to explore but are by no means a definitive list and individual entry requirements do apply.

Policies and Procedures

Envi­ron­men­tal & Sus­tain­abil­i­ty Strategy

Exams Appeal Procedure

Please click here to read our Exams Appeals Procedure.

doc­u­ment sets out the process­es for appeal­ing against deci­sions made by the JCQ award­ing bod­ies in rela­tion to GCSE, GCE, Prin­ci­pal Learn­ing and Project qual­i­fi­ca­tions under­tak­en at New Col­lege Stamford.

Poor Weath­er Procedure

In the event of Col­lege clo­sure due to poor weath­er, infor­ma­tion can be accessed in the fol­low­ing ways:

  • Our web­site homepage
  • Rut­land Radio (97.4 and 107.2 FM), BBC Radio Lin­colnshire (94.9FM) and Heart FM (102.7 FM) snow alerts
  • Face­book & Twitter
  • SMS text mes­sages to stu­dents and staff

The Col­lege will also take the fol­low­ing measures:

  • When freez­ing con­di­tions are expect­ed the Estates team will spread salt on out­side walk­ways and steps the pre­ced­ing after­noon in an attempt to pre­vent freez­ing. The weath­er will be reg­u­lar­ly checked with the Met Office.
  • If it does freeze overnight the areas will be checked to see if fur­ther salt­ing is required.
  • In the event of snow falling, clear­ance will be under­tak­en by hand on walk­ways and steps.
  • If very heavy snow falls out­side con­trac­tors will be brought in with spe­cial­ist equip­ment to clear snow.

The Col­lege aims to main­tain safe pas­sage through the Campus’s main exter­nal routes as far as is prac­ti­ca­ble with­in its resources.

It is expect­ed that mem­bers and employ­ees of the Col­lege and vis­i­tors, will take due care for their own safe­ty and that of oth­ers in adverse conditions.

Pri­va­cy — GDPR

Notice about how we use your per­son­al information

Per­son­al data which we col­lect about you via our web­site is held on and processed by com­put­ers sit­u­at­ed at Stam­ford Col­lege. The Col­lege will retain this data for a rea­son­able peri­od or for as long as the law requires.

The Col­lege will not dis­close any of your per­son­al data col­lect­ed via our web­site to any third par­ty, oth­er than in cir­cum­stances set out in this pri­va­cy pol­i­cy and/​or where you have giv­en us per­mis­sion to do so, unless we are required to do so by law.

The Col­lege may use per­son­al data col­lect­ed from you via our web­site to man­age and mon­i­tor use of our web­site. Oth­er­wise, we will only use this per­son­al data for the pur­pos­es for which it was col­lect­ed, unless you have giv­en us per­mis­sion to use it for oth­er stat­ed pur­pos­es. For exam­ple, if you sup­ply us with your name and address so we can send you a prospec­tus for a par­tic­u­lar depart­ment, and at the same time you agree that we may send you sim­i­lar infor­ma­tion in the future, we may sub­se­quent­ly invite you to an open day at that department.

There may be cir­cum­stances in which the Col­lege will ask you to agree to us dis­clos­ing your per­son­al data to cer­tain third par­ties under this law­ful basis.

If at any time you want to with­draw any per­mis­sion you have giv­en us to pro­vide you with ser­vices, or to use your per­son­al data in any oth­er way, please inform us by email.

Your rights

You have a num­ber of rights over your per­son­al infor­ma­tion, which are:

  • the right to make a com­plaint to the Infor­ma­tion Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if you are unhap­py about the way your per­son­al data is being used – please refer to the ICO’s web­site for fur­ther infor­ma­tion about this (https://​ico​.org​.uk/);
  • the right to ask us what per­son­al infor­ma­tion about you we are hold­ing and to have access to a copy of your per­son­al information;
  • the right to ask us to cor­rect any errors in your per­son­al information;
  • the right, in cer­tain cir­cum­stances such as where our use of your per­son­al infor­ma­tion is based on your con­sent and we have no oth­er legal basis to use your per­son­al infor­ma­tion, to ask us to delete your per­son­al information;
  • the right, in cer­tain cir­cum­stances such as where we no longer need your per­son­al infor­ma­tion, to request that we restrict the use that we are mak­ing of your per­son­al information;
  • the right, in cer­tain cir­cum­stances, to ask us to review and explain our legit­i­mate inter­ests to you; and
  • the right, where our use of your per­son­al infor­ma­tion is car­ried out for the pur­pos­es of an agree­ment with us and is car­ried out by auto­mat­ed means, to ask us to pro­vide you with a copy of your per­son­al infor­ma­tion in a struc­tured, com­mon­ly-used, machine-read­able format.

Oth­er websites

Our web­site may con­tain links to oth­er web­sites which are out­side the College’s con­trol and are not cov­ered by this pri­va­cy pol­i­cy. We are not respon­si­ble for the pri­va­cy poli­cies of any such linked websites.

For more infor­ma­tion on your pri­va­cy and cook­ies please read: https://​ieg​.ac​.uk/​p​r​i​vacy/

Free­dom of Information

This site guides you to infor­ma­tion and explains how you can request infor­ma­tion. The Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act 2000 estab­lished a gen­er­al right of access to infor­ma­tion held by pub­lic author­i­ties, sub­ject to cer­tain exemptions.

So far as is pos­si­ble, the Col­lege wish­es to pro­vide mem­bers of the pub­lic with any infor­ma­tion it holds, on request. The Col­lege is com­mit­ted to pro­mot­ing pub­lic under­stand­ing of its nature and activ­i­ties via the sys­tem­at­ic pub­li­ca­tion of rel­e­vant infor­ma­tion. It will pro­vide, where prac­ti­cal and per­mis­si­ble, addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion to mem­bers of the pub­lic in cas­es where rou­tine­ly pub­lished infor­ma­tion does not pro­vide them with the infor­ma­tion they require.

To find out more about the Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act and your rights, please see the Infor­ma­tion Com­mis­sion­er’s Office web­site, ICO web­site

We wel­come feed­back on our poli­cies and pro­ce­dures and the way they oper­ate. We are inter­est­ed to know of any pos­si­ble or actu­al adverse impact that our poli­cies may have on any groups in respect of gen­der or mar­i­tal sta­tus, race, dis­abil­i­ty, sex­u­al ori­en­ta­tion, reli­gion or belief, age or oth­er characteristics.

Please email any com­ments to FOI@​stamford.​ac.​uk

Click here to read our GDPR Data Pro­tec­tion Policy

Click here to read our Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act Pub­li­ca­tion Scheme 2020
Click here to read our Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Policy

State­ment on the use of Tuition Fund

Inspire Edu­ca­tion Groups state­ment on the use of the 16 – 19 tuition fund. Please click here.

Site Rules for Contractors

In line with the Stam­ford Col­lege Health and Safe­ty pol­i­cy, learn­ers should not be allowed in areas where builders are work­ing, so such work­ers should have no con­tact with chil­dren. How­ev­er, where con­trac­tors do come into con­tact with chil­dren, they are required to under­go appro­pri­ate checks. These Con­trac­tors may be issued with fre­quent vis­i­tor badges.

Oth­er con­trac­tors e.g. those who come on site only to car­ry out emer­gency repairs or ser­vice equip­ment, and who would not be expect­ed to be left unsu­per­vised on Col­lege premis­es should be issued with infre­quent vis­i­tor badges.

Con­trac­tors will sign in at Recep­tion who will inform Estates that the con­trac­tor has arrived. Some­one from Estates will escort the con­trac­tor to Estates, where the con­trac­tor will be asked to read the con­trac­tors’ reg­u­la­tions and sign to say that they will com­ply. Depend­ing on whether or not they are DBS (Dis­clo­sure and Bar­ring Ser­vice) checked, the Con­trac­tor will then either be left to get on with their work, or will be escort­ed and super­vised at all times.

A Con­trac­tor is respon­si­ble for ensur­ing that the same pro­ce­dures are fol­lowed by any Sub Contractors.

On-Site Rules

  • You must wear a Col­lege ID badge at all times.
  • You must adhere to Stam­ford Col­lege’s safe­guard­ing pro­ce­dures as out­lined above.
  • At the end of the day/​job you must sign out at Estates and at the Wel­come Zone and return your ID badge.
  • Do not start work with­out clear­ance to do so.

Fire Pro­ce­dures and Precautions:

  • You must know the evac­u­a­tion routes and near­est assem­bly point for the area you’re work­ing in before you start.
  • If you dis­cov­er a fire, sound the alarm by acti­vat­ing a fire call point and make your way to the near­est assembly
  • Do not obstruct any fire escape routes.
  • Do not mis­use fire extin­guish­ers i.e. as door props.
  • No smok­ing unless in des­ig­nat­ed area i.e. smok­ing shelter

First Aid Assistance:

To sum­mons assis­tance for injury or ill­ness, con­tact a mem­ber of staff or Main Recep­tion who will be able to sum­mons a first aider.

Give loca­tion of inci­dent and a brief descrip­tion of what’s hap­pened Report all accidents

Wel­fare Facilities:

  • Toi­lets locat­ed through­out the college.
  • Restaurants/​cafes are avail­able on the first and sec­ond floor.
  • Vend­ing machines are avail­able on the first and sec­ond floor.
  • Water sta­tions are avail­able through­out the college.

Per­mit to Work Sys­tem (PTW):

The col­lege oper­ates a strict PTW sys­tem for the fol­low­ing areas of work:

  • Hot Works
  • Con­fined Spaces
  • Work­ing at Height
  • Elec­tri­cal

PTW must be arranged through the Estates Office before work commences.

You must com­ply with traf­fic restric­tions whilst on Col­lege property.

Do not exceed the speed lim­it dis­played, or no more than 10 mph if not specified.

Always be aware of peo­ple mov­ing across the site, par­tic­u­lar­ly over road ways. Secure all loads on vehi­cles. If revers­ing use a banks person.

Per­son­al Pro­tec­tive Equip­ment (PPE):

PPE must be worn whilst you are car­ry­ing out work on the Col­lege premis­es as indi­cat­ed by your risk assessments.

Secu­ri­ty:

Take appro­pri­ate secu­ri­ty mea­sures whilst on site. DO NOT leave tools unat­tend­ed and keep vehi­cles locked. Take par­tic­u­lar care with any haz­ardous materials.

Dis­pos­al of Waste:

Ensure all waste is dis­posed of cor­rect­ly, either as agreed with the Prop­er­ty Man­ag­er or by remov­ing it from the site your­self for safe dis­pos­al or re-cycling.

Please be aware of Col­lege staff and learn­ers whilst you are work­ing. DO NOT allow any­one to enter areas that have been closed off dur­ing your work, or to han­dle equip­ment or oth­er mate­ri­als. Warn­ing signs and cor­dons should be dis­played as appropriate.

Sub­con­tract­ing Policy

The SFA has set out that it is a require­ment to pub­lish a Fees and Charg­ing Pol­i­cy that out­lines the fees col­leges and providers are plan­ning to set for sub-con­tract­ing in each aca­d­e­m­ic year.

Below is the Group’s Part­ner­ship Pol­i­cy which pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive overview of the sup­ply-chain fees and charges pol­i­cy and also out­lines the process that the col­lege will use to secure subcontractors.

Pay­ments to Sub­con­trac­tors for 2020 – 21 and 2021 – 22 are avail­able in the doc­u­ment titled Sup­ply Chain Fees infor­ma­tion 20 – 21’.

Part­ner­ship Pol­i­cy
Sup­ply Chain Fees Information

Uni­ver­si­ty Cen­tre Poli­cies and Procedures

All UCP poli­cies for stu­dents start­ing their course in the 202021 and 202122 aca­d­e­m­ic year, should vis­it www​.ucp​.ac​.uk/​p​o​l​icies.

Stam­ford Col­lege HE Stu­dent Terms and Con­di­tions for 202021 will remain in place for those stu­dents admit­ted dur­ing the Sep­tem­ber 2020 enrol­ment period. 

Stu­dent Terms and Con­di­tions 202021

    The poli­cies below are for stu­dents who start­ed an HE course at Stam­ford Col­lege on or before the 201920 aca­d­e­m­ic year.

    Aca­d­e­m­ic Appeals Policy

    Aca­d­e­m­ic Mis­con­duct Pol­i­cy Procedure

    Alum­ni Association

    Assess­ment Feedback

    Exten­u­at­ing Cir­cum­stances Policy

    Fees Pol­i­cy Sep­tem­ber 2020

    Fit­ness to Study Policy

    Inter­ca­la­tion Break in Study Policy

    Refund and Com­pen­sa­tion Policy

    Stu­dent Dis­ci­pli­nary Procedure

    Stu­dent Pro­tec­tion Plan

    Work-based Learn­ing in HE Policy

    Whistle­blow­ing Policy

    Anti-bribery Pol­i­cy

     

    Compliments, Comments and Complaints

    If you have a complaint that we have been unable to resolve informally, please use the below form to provide the necessary information. Alternatively, email your concerns to:

    complaints@stamford.ac.uk

    This will then enable us to carry out a full investigation on your behalf which may result in potentially improving our processes and procedures for the future. The Colleges take all complaints very seriously and so we ask you to provide us with as much information as you can and if possible, provide us with copies of any documentary evidence you may have which relates to your complaint.

    Complaints and Praise Policy

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