The College is committed to promoting the welfare, safety and protection of all children, young people and vulnerable adults, both learners and staff.
City College Peterborough recognises that all organisations and individuals impact on the environment in a variety of ways. As such we are committed to the continual improvement of our environmental performance in relation to our services and operations.
The College actively works towards offering equality of access and opportunity to all learners and employees regardless of ability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, ethnic origin, race, gender, health, offender background or previous education.
There is a need for the College to collect personal data both for our employees and also our learners and people we support. We use this information to keep in touch and provide our services.
City College Peterborough needs to collect and use different types of information about people with whom it deals and communicates with in order to operate.The Data Protection Act 1998 details the requirements and safeguards which must be applied to personal data to ensure the rights and freedoms of living individuals are not compromised.
Free School meals
Free meals for 16-19 year olds will be given to learners who receive, or whose parents receive certain types of income support including Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). They will also be available to those being supported under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act, those claiming Child Tax Credit whose income is below £16,190 a year and those receiving working tax credit and in some circumstances Universal Credit.
This policy applies to all supply chain activity supported by funds supplied by the Skills Funding Agency, the Education Funding Agency or any successor organisations.