COLLEGE POLICIES & USEFUL LINKS
In September 2011 the Government introduced a 16-19 Bursary Fund (19+ for Discretionary) to provide support for College students who face the greatest financial barriers to participation. The student bursary is intended to help students overcome barriers that might otherwise prevent them from attending and participating in College activities. Where students are eligible, it can be paid directly to the student or it might be used to pay for in-kind support, for example materials or equipment required for the course (safety clothing such as boots, wellington boots, overalls etc), course related visits/activities or extra curricular activities to ensures students can fully participate in college life.
See below current policies that directly relate to students attending the College. Policies that are currently under review will be available once they have been ratified by the Board of Trustees.
- Adverse Weather Policy
- Anti-bullying Policy
- Bursary Policy
- Child Protection Policy
- Critical Incident
- Data Protection (GDPR)
- Deprivation of Liberty Policy Safeguards
- Equality and Diversity, Accessibility & Single Equality Scheme
- E-Safety & Online Protection
- Health & Safety Policy
- Learning Policy
- Missing Person Policy
- Positive Behaviour Support Policy
- Professional and Safe Practice Policy
- Quality Assurance Policy
- Safeguarding Policy
- Safer Staff Recruitment Policy
- Staff Training & Development Policy
- Stress Policy
- Student Support Policy
- Student Welfare & Protection Record Keeping
- Supervision for staff policy
- Tutorial Policy
- Visitors Policy
- Whistle Blowing Policy
CLICK HERE to view our Care Quality Commission reports.
CLICK HERE to view our NATSPEC (The Association of National Specialist College) page.
NATSPEC – The Association of National Specialist College directory – CLICK HERE
OFSTED – Organising work for students in residential houses – CLICK HERE
CLICK HERE to access Office 365
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Fairfield Farm College is a Specialist College for students with learning disabilities; it is a registered Charity, with residential, day and weekend courses. We are situated in the village of Dilton Marsh in Wiltshire. Our 26-acre farm site includes well-resourced teaching and vocational learning areas, a student common room, conference room, café and a farm shop.
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