Policies & Reports

College Policies & Reports:

Statement on use of the 16-19 tuition fund (2021-22 academic year)

St. John’s College will use the funding to help learners recover lost skills, behaviours or confidence, addressing gaps in learning that have resulted from the disruption caused by the pandemic. We are providing appropriate interventions to enable the learners to re-engage with learning and interact effectively with their peers and staff this is being achieved through access and participation in unique interactive drama performances.

 

Please click here to download this report.

Please click here to download our Statement of Purpose.

Please click here to download our Admissions Policy.

Please click here to download our Curriculum Policy.

Download our 2022 Gender Pay Gap Report here.

Gender Pay Gap Report April 2022

Safer Internet Day 2020

We will once again will be supporting Safer Internet Day at St. John’s. We will be covering a range of internet safety issues, and finding out how we can help our young people learn from this important resource but in a safe and secure fashion.

E-safety Resources

See below for resources and downloads to help you stay safe online.

Check out the video below. The videos were all created for the safer internet day which was in February and we used a range of technology to create them such as iPads, Green screen and iMovie. We also surveyed staff and students to collate the information for the video.

The videos in the following playlist are all made by our students. Using a variety of video production and editing software all on iPad. Using Green Screen & Animation by Do Ink, Touchcast, iMovie, and Google Apps for Education. Credits done in iMovie on a Mac.

S.M.A.R.T.

At St. John’s we use the acronym S.M.A.R.T. Below you will find a short explanation of each letter and a link to download a poster.

  • Safe – Keep personal details safe. e.g. your name, address, phone number or date of birth
  • Meeting – Be very careful meeting people you have only met online (talk to staff first).

  • Accepting – Messages such as emails and SMS may contain viruses or abusive material

  • Reliable – Not everything you read online might be true. It is easy to lie on the internet

  • Tell – If in any doubt talk to someone you trust. Block and Report

Social Media Dos and Don’ts: a handy guide.

Click here to download a helpful document on how to stay safe on Facebook, and take control of what you share and to who.

E-Safety Policy

Click here to view our e-safety policy. Easy read version coming soon.

St. John’s has experience of delivering a bespoke outreach service to young people who live within travelling distance of either the Seaford or Brighton Campus.

The motivation of any outreach programme is always to manage that young person back into their learning community, where possible.

St. John’s is fortunate to have a wide range of skills in the staff team and we strive to ensure that any young person in need of an outreach provision is partnered with someone who has the necessary skills and attributes to best engage them in learning.

The outreach service responds to individual need.  Many factors can cause the need for such provision, but with sufficient funding St. John’s will support young people to develop skills and knowledge in whatever setting works for them.

Please click here to download our Positive Behaviour Policy.

Please click here to download our Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Safeguarding Policy.

Please click here to download our Remote Learning Policy.

Please click here to download our Young Persons Guide.

Please click here to download our Statement of Purpose.

Please click here to download our Restrictive Interventions Policy.

It is important that all young people at St. John’s stay safe, are happy and enjoy life.

If you have a concern about how you have been treated or someone has hurt you, you need to ask for help straight away.

St. John’s has a team of people who will make sure that you get the help you need. They are called the safeguarding team. Find out who they are here.

We are all responsible for safeguarding

Staff at St. John’s School and College work together to ensure that within all learning and residential environments human values are promoted. All students and staff are protected from harassment, bullying, and discrimination. All forms of equality are promoted whereby there is a fostering of understanding and respect for people of all faiths (or those with no faith), races, genders, ages, disability, and sexual orientations. 

Safeguarding practices

St. John’s has very effective safeguarding practices and will take guided preventative measures to protect young people from the risk of radicalisation, extremism and forms of abuse, grooming and bullying.  Young people are assessed and closely monitored with their use of the internet and educated in the risks associated with using social media sites.

Download our safeguarding policy

Ellie Crosthwaite
Safeguarding Manager & Designated Safeguarding Lead
It is important that all young people at St. John’s stay safe, are happy and enjoy life. If you have a concern about how you have been treated or someone has hurt you, you need to ask for help straight away. St. John’s has a 

Please click here to download our Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy.

Please click here to download our Subcontracting fees and charges policy.

Please click here to download our Visitors Policy – Residential.

Please click here to download our Waking Day Curriculum Policy.

Please click here to download our Visitors Policy – School and College.