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School Policies and Inspection Report

ISI Integrated Inspection Report

ISI Boarding Welfare Intermediate Inspection

ISI Regulatory Compliance Inspection Report


School Policies

Trent College is a stimulating, safe and supportive environment for all pupils and staff. In order to maintain this we need a robust set of school policies, drawn up with direct reference to all relevant regulations, guidance and legislation. We are delighted that we have been found to be compliant in all our inspections. Full reports from our most recent inspections of the whole school and of boarding are available on the links above.

The policies below are available to download as PDF:

Further policies are available on the Parent Portal or by contacting  Detail of the number of formal complaints received by the school is available from the same address. 

  • Accessibility Plan
  • Equal Opportunities Policy for pupils, including education and welfare provision for pupils with statements and for pupils for whom English is an additional language
  • Curriculum Policy
  • Health & Safety Policy, including for activities outside school
  • Learning Support Policy
  • Behaviour Management Policy
  • Rewards and Sanctions Policy 
  • First Aid Policy
  • PHSEE Policy
  • Boarding Handbook

School Rules and Expectations

Every person who visits Trent comments on the friendly, happy and welcoming atmosphere all around school. We are extremely proud of this crucial feature of school life and are fully committed to its further development.

The following brief set of rules and expectations are designed so that our school community continues to flourish. The detail of the school rules is provided in the attachment, the main ‘pillars’ are given below.

  • To act in accordance with our ethos and our Christian values at all times.
  • To strive for success in all we do and to make the most of the educational opportunities available.
  • To play a full part in keeping Trent a safe and healthy community, being responsible for our own possessions and respecting those belonging to others.
  • To take pride in our own appearance and the school environment.

More on school rules

Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

Trent College Limited has calculated its Gender Pay Gap information in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 for the year 2017 based on staff employed on 5 April 2017.

Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

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Trent College, Derby Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham,
NG10 4AD United Kingdom

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