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Due to merger, we are undergoing a review of College Group individual policies – this will enable us to combine them into single group policies over time, as required.

Group policies are available via the South Hampshire College Group website
Eastleigh College specific policies are below;

16-19 Tuition Fund Statement

Eastleigh College is committed to ensuring that all learners on a full-time study programme who have not achieved grade 4 or 5 in English and/or maths by age 16 has the opportunity to access small group tuition to boost their opportunity for success on their chosen qualification.

16-19 Tuition Fund Statement - full document

Bring Your Own Device

The aim of this policy is to outline what Eastleigh College owned data and services can be accessed by Eastleigh College staff and / or learners using personal devices. The policy highlights which devices are currently acceptable to use and the individual’s responsibility to ensure the secure upkeep of these devices.

The overall goal of this policy is to minimise Cyber Security risks by preventing Out of Manufacturer Support devices and Out of Support Operating Systems from accessing Eastleigh College data and services.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Usage Policy - full document

College Values and FREDIE Policy

In accordance with the core values of the governing body, College Values and FREDIE Policy will comply with the basic principles of ethics, legality, prudence, equality, safety, timeliness, fairness, transparency and simplicity. The College welcomes variety, and seeks to ensure individual talents are utilised and valued. The College wishes to create a culture where mutual trust and respect are the foundation for working relationships between staff and students.

College Values and FREDIE Policy - full document 

Exam and Assessment Results

A link to the College's performance tables can be found here

Financial Support for Learners

Access to support funds and financial support is key to the College’s strategic objectives and is central to the College’s continued promotion of the College Workplace values and Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement (FREDIE). The financial support and assistance is designed to raise aspirations and assist those learners who may otherwise face challenges attending College and further training.

Financial Support for Learners Policy - full document

Gender Pay Gap Report 

In April 2021 Eastleigh College had a full review undertaken by the National Centre for Diversity (NCFD) which has led to a college wide action plan. This was led by the head of HR with representatives from across the college being identified to support the implementation of the developed action plan. The process identified that the College was an equal pay employer and that the salary scales are robust and transparent for each role.

Gender Pay Gap Report Submission March 2022 - full report

Learner Support

In accordance with the core values of the governing body, the Learner Support Policy will comply with the basic principles of ethics, legality, prudence, equality, safety, timeliness, fairness, transparency and simplicity.

Learner Support Policy - full document

Learner Travel to College

Eastleigh College encourages learners to use sustainable and environmentally friendly means of travel to and from college. 

Learner Travel to College Policy - full document

Union Facility Time

Publication of trade union facility time data usage submitted by organisations is required under the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017.

The Trade Union Facility Time Regulations Information for Eastleigh College

Website Accessibility

The College is always looking to improve the accessibility of this website and, as a public sector organisation, The College complies with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.

Accessibility Policy - full document