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Our Policies
Booking Terms & Conditions
When you book with us, we want you to be completely satisfied with the service we offer. Our Booking Terms and Conditions let you know what to expect from us and what we expect from you.
Website Terms of Use

This policy sets out the terms on which you may make use of our website whether as a guest or a registered user.

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Safeguarding Policy

SCL Education Group is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children in our care. The purpose of the safeguarding policy is to protect young people and provide them with a secure environment.

All staff are trained to deal with disclosures of abuse and will act sensitively if they suspect a child is at risk.

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Prevent Policy

The purpose of the Prevent Policy is to provide a clear framework to structure our response to safeguarding concerns around those who may be susceptible to the messages of extremism.

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Safer Recruitment Policy

We provide adequate and appropriate staffing resources and training to meet the needs of learners.

All staff, volunteers and learners are informed by HR that their job falls under the DBS requirements for an enhanced check under section 128 of the Education Skills Act 2008 those in management roles need to have an additional check to ensure they are not prohibited from teaching.

This is in addition to the DBS check.

We will provide the applicant with more information about the level of check required or Teacher (Criminal record check applicants must be 16 or over)

There are 3 types of check:

  • Standard (This checks for spent and unspent convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings.)
  • Enhanced (This includes the same as the standard check plus any additional information held by local police that’s reasonably considered relevant to the workforce being applied for (adult, child or other workforce.)
  • Enhanced with list checks (This is like the enhanced check, but includes a check of the DBS barred lists.)

Checks will be made using the Teacher Services system (National College of Teaching and Leadership) – a database that can be used prior to appointing a member of staff to check for Prohibitions, sanctions and restrictions that might prevent the individual from taking part on certain activities or working in specific positions.

All staff have access to a copy of this policy which is located on SharePoint under the Safeguarding heading.

Equal Opportunities Policy
SCL is committed to working towards equal opportunities, promoting positive approaches to differences and fostering respect for people of all cultural backgrounds, gender, disability and religion.
SCL values and encourages involvement of people from all sections of the local community. We are opposed to all forms of racial prejudice and discrimination. We ensure that no stereotypes are perpetuated through equipment, resources or activities. We will challenge all offensive behaviour and language in an appropriate way.
SCL recognise that society is made up of people from very different racial, cultural, religious and linguistic backgrounds.
SCL will ensure that the “Equality of Opportunities” policy is reviewed and amended annually to maintain its rationale.SCL aims to provide a safe, fun and secure environment in which all children in our care can flourish and where their contributions will always be valued.
SCL will aim to include and value the contribution of all families and try to incorporate their understanding of equality and diversity.
SCL will do all it can to provide positive, non stereotypical images in many forms; primarily reflected through our staff, but also through books, posters and other materials that children may use or see during their time with us.
SCL will always look to improve its understanding of equality and diversity by actively talking to the children in their care and their parents. SCL will also regularly communicate with its partners, Early Years and OFSTED, to ensure it stays up to date with the latest developments.
SCL will always develop their programmes with inclusion in mind. This will not only be at the initial stage of planning by involving children in which games and activities they enjoy most but it will also allow for alternative activities to be available for children who do not want participate in a certain session.
SCL settings are open to all members of the community and we do not discriminate in any way.
SCL advertises its services widely through promotional materials, press releases and voluntary coaching at schools. Our promotional material should reflect the diversity of members of society.
SCL will look to provide all information in a clear and concise language whether in written or verbal form. Wherever possible, SCL will also try to provide information for parents/guardians who do not speak English as their first language
Data Protection & GDPR Policy

Our Data Protection & GDPR Policy has been compiled in order to keep you informed of how we handle your personal data.

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Cookies Policy

Our Cookies Policy has been compiled in order to keep you informed of how we use cookies across our website.

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Our Covid Procedures

SCL are your trusted provider and during the Covid-19 pandemic we have provided vital support clubs to over 1,500 critical worker and vulnerable children.

Our Covid-Safe operating procedures mean that your children are having fun in a safe environment.

View Covid Procedures

Terms & Conditions
Booking Terms & Conditions
When you book with us, we want you to be completely satisfied with the service we offer. Our Booking Terms and Conditions let you know what to expect from us and what we expect from you.
Website Terms of Use

This policy sets out the terms on which you may make use of our website whether as a guest or a registered user.

View Website Terms of Use

Our Policies
Safeguarding Policy

SCL Education Group is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children in our care. The purpose of the safeguarding policy is to protect young people and provide them with a secure environment.

All staff are trained to deal with disclosures of abuse and will act sensitively if they suspect a child is at risk.

View Safeguarding Policy

Prevent Policy

The purpose of the Prevent Policy is to provide a clear framework to structure our response to safeguarding concerns around those who may be susceptible to the messages of extremism.

View Prevent Policy

Safer Recruitment Policy

We provide adequate and appropriate staffing resources and training to meet the needs of learners.

All staff, volunteers and learners are informed by HR that their job falls under the DBS requirements for an enhanced check under section 128 of the Education Skills Act 2008 those in management roles need to have an additional check to ensure they are not prohibited from teaching.

This is in addition to the DBS check.

We will provide the applicant with more information about the level of check required or Teacher (Criminal record check applicants must be 16 or over)

There are 3 types of check:

  • Standard (This checks for spent and unspent convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings.)
  • Enhanced (This includes the same as the standard check plus any additional information held by local police that’s reasonably considered relevant to the workforce being applied for (adult, child or other workforce.)
  • Enhanced with list checks (This is like the enhanced check, but includes a check of the DBS barred lists.)

Checks will be made using the Teacher Services system (National College of Teaching and Leadership) – a database that can be used prior to appointing a member of staff to check for Prohibitions, sanctions and restrictions that might prevent the individual from taking part on certain activities or working in specific positions.

All staff have access to a copy of this policy which is located on SharePoint under the Safeguarding heading.

Equal Opportunities Policy
SCL is committed to working towards equal opportunities, promoting positive approaches to differences and fostering respect for people of all cultural backgrounds, gender, disability and religion.
SCL values and encourages involvement of people from all sections of the local community. We are opposed to all forms of racial prejudice and discrimination. We ensure that no stereotypes are perpetuated through equipment, resources or activities. We will challenge all offensive behaviour and language in an appropriate way.
SCL recognise that society is made up of people from very different racial, cultural, religious and linguistic backgrounds.
SCL will ensure that the “Equality of Opportunities” policy is reviewed and amended annually to maintain its rationale.SCL aims to provide a safe, fun and secure environment in which all children in our care can flourish and where their contributions will always be valued.
SCL will aim to include and value the contribution of all families and try to incorporate their understanding of equality and diversity.
SCL will do all it can to provide positive, non stereotypical images in many forms; primarily reflected through our staff, but also through books, posters and other materials that children may use or see during their time with us.
SCL will always look to improve its understanding of equality and diversity by actively talking to the children in their care and their parents. SCL will also regularly communicate with its partners, Early Years and OFSTED, to ensure it stays up to date with the latest developments.
SCL will always develop their programmes with inclusion in mind. This will not only be at the initial stage of planning by involving children in which games and activities they enjoy most but it will also allow for alternative activities to be available for children who do not want participate in a certain session.
SCL settings are open to all members of the community and we do not discriminate in any way.
SCL advertises its services widely through promotional materials, press releases and voluntary coaching at schools. Our promotional material should reflect the diversity of members of society.
SCL will look to provide all information in a clear and concise language whether in written or verbal form. Wherever possible, SCL will also try to provide information for parents/guardians who do not speak English as their first language
Data Protection & GDPR Policy

Our Data Protection & GDPR Policy has been compiled in order to keep you informed of how we handle your personal data.

View Data Protection & GDPR Policy

Cookies Policy

Our Cookies Policy has been compiled in order to keep you informed of how we use cookies across our website.

View Cookie Policy

Our Covid Procedures

SCL are your trusted provider and during the Covid-19 pandemic we have provided vital support clubs to over 1,500 critical worker and vulnerable children.

Our Covid-Safe operating procedures mean that your children are having fun in a safe environment.

View Covid Procedures