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Each ESF school is responsible for writing and regularly reviewing its own set of policies covering all aspects of the school’s life, routines and procedures.

Policies are informative, working documents which aim to establish excellence in procedures and practice and which educate and empower those that work within the organisation. Their contents are in harmony with the core values and Christian ethos of the schools.

On each policy document, the date of the most recent review and the date of the next scheduled review will be recorded so that no policy becomes out of date. Links to key policies for the schools can be found on each school’s website.

In addition to individual schools’ policies, a number of policies govern the running of the Foundation. Links to key policies and procedures can be found below:

1. ESF Academy Articles of Association

2. ESF Anti-Bribery Policy

3. ESF British Values Policy

4. ESF Data Protection Policy

5. ESF Data Protection and Code of Practice for Information Sharing with other Public Agencies

6. ESF E-Safety Policy

7. ESF Freedom of Information Policy

8. ESF Funding Agreement (Master)

9. ESF Funding Agreement (Emmanuel College)

10. ESF Records Management and Retention Policy and Schedule

11. ESF Statement of Procedures for Dealing with Allegations of Abuse against Staff

12. ESF Whistleblowing Policy

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Emmanuel College students’ academic results place the College amongst the highest ranked schools in England for both progress and attainment.
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