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Freedom of Information and School Publication Scheme

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives members of the public the right to access official information held by Public Authorities. Requests should be made in writing to Holy Trinity C/E Primary School, Crawford Street, Seaton Carew, Hartlepool, TS25 1BZ and will be dealt with within the statutory 20 working days.

As well as responding to requests for information made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the school is required to publish information proactively. The Freedom of Information Act requires every School to have a publication scheme, approved by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), and to publish information covered by the scheme. The scheme sets out our commitment to make certain classes of information routinely available, such as policies and procedures, minutes of meetings, annual reports and financial information.

Holy Trinity C/E Primary School has adopted the Information Commissioner’s Model Publication Scheme in its entirety and have produced a guide to information which sets out the information we hold, where it can be obtained and whether a fee is payable.

These guides can be accessed below by clicking below. 

 

Freedom of Information Policy

Freedom of Information - Guide to Information

 

 

 

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Social Contact Restrictions

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Covid 19 Information

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Admissions Policy

Please click on the link below for a copy of the policy:

 

                   Admission Policy for September 2021

 

Update regarding proposed changes to regulations for appeals in 2020 as a result of COVID-19:

Please note that subject to parliamentary approval, the DfE’s new regulations for appeals, which will be in force until 31 January 2021, will if passed:

 

  • Disapply the requirement that appeals panels must be held in person.
  • Give flexibility for panel hearings to take place either in person, by telephone, by video conference, or through a paper-based appeal where all parties can make representations in writing.
  • Relax the rules to make it permissible for panels to continue with and conclude appeals as a panel of two if one of the three panel members withdraws temporarily or permanently.
  • Amend the deadlines relating to appeals for the time that the new regulations are in force – any new or revised deadlines must be reasonable and at least 28 days from the date a notification of refusal of a school place was received by the appellant.