Compliance

Compliance

This section of the website deals with the statutory requirements for the Academy as required by the DFE which are not present elsewhere on the website such as our values and ethos statements, admissions policy and information about pupil premium, examination results, Ofsted and other areas.

Contact Information

Contact Information

The Academy is operated by the Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust, if you wish to contact the Trust you can do so via these details:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0121 5588086

Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust
Shireland Collegiate Academy
Waterloo Road
Smethwick
B66 4ND

Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust is a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee

Registered in England and Wales Company No. 6336693.

Registered Office: Waterloo Road, Smethwick, B66 4ND

 

If you wish to contact the Chair of the Standards and Performance committee, she can be contacted by sending a letter to the following address:

Mrs Rajkiran Egan
Chair of Standards and Performance Committee
West Bromwich Collegiate Academy
C/O Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust
Waterloo Road
Smethwick
B66 4ND

Trustees Information and Statutory Documentation

Details of our Trustees are held on our central Trust site and can be found here

Details of our Governance Structure and Scheme of Delegation is available here

Details of our Articles of Association can be found here

Our consolidated Accounts and Audit Reports can be found here

Our Funding Agreement can be found here.

Pupil Premium

Details of our Pupil Premium strategy and summary of spending can be found here.

Year 7 Catch Up Funding

Information regarding Year 7 Catch Up and Covid Catch Up funding can be found here.

Equalities

The Trust’s Equality Policy can be found in the Trust’s policy area at Trust Policies – Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust (shirelandcat.org.uk)

Our Equality Objectives

THE COLLEGIATE ACADEMY TRUST IS CONTINUOUSLY STRIVING TO CREATE A PRODUCTIVE ENVIRONMENT, REPRESENTATIVE OF AND RESPONSIVE TO DIFFERENT CULTURES AND GROUPS, WHERE EVERYONE HAS AN EQUAL CHANCE TO SUCCEED.

OUR RESPONSIBILITY:

We all have a responsibility to embrace and support this vision and must continue to challenge behaviour and attitudes that prevent us from achieving this. Using fair, objective and innovative practices, our aim is to ensure that: All employees and students are treated fairly and with respect.

All employees and students have the right to be free from harassment and bullying of any description, or any other form of unwanted behaviour, whether based on sex, trans-gender status, marital status, civil partnership status, pregnancy, race, disability, age, political or religious belief or sexuality. Everyone has an equal chance to contribute and to achieve their potential, irrespective of any defining feature that may give rise to unfair discrimination.

Paper Requests

Parents have a right to request a paper copy of this website free of charge. If you would like to make such a request, please contact us.