Potentia TSH Policies
Please find below the important documents which relate to the programmes and services we offer on behalf of our Teaching School Hub (TSH) area and the schools and organisations we serve.
Our GDPR, Data Protection Policy, Privacy Notice, Safeguarding Policy and Complaints Policy have been adopted from our Lead school, Swanwick Sports School and College (SSSC), in line with Derbyshire County Council’s Policies and Procedures for schools.
We believe that Safeguarding at Potentia TSH is everybody’s responsibility. If you need immediate Safeguarding support, please contact Potentia TSH’s Lead DSL, Alan Kealy via email email@example.com
TSH Code of Conduct
The success of individual TSH and the programme as a whole will be determined not just by what hubs do, but how they go about doing it. The ‘what’ of TSHs is set out clearly in the documents pertaining to designation, the TSH Handbook and the Teaching School Hubs Council (TSHC) Framework. The ‘how’, whilst equally important, is less well-defined. The Code of Conduct therefore sets a minimum standard for how hubs go about their work, to which hubs can hold themselves and each other to account.
Our Partners' Policies
Education Development Trust (EDT) is the lead provider of our Early Career Framework (ECF) and National Professional Qualifications programmes. Please see below to access their policies.
We manage our face-to-face events using local Derbyshire suppliers.
Each organisation has its own individual risk management policies which we adhere to. Please see below the list of venues that we currently use:
Belper Strutts Centre
Buxton Lee Wood Hotel
Dunston Innovation Centre
Eckington Business Centre
Northern Gateway Enterprise Centre
Tapton Innovation Business Centre
The Winding Wheel