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Ely College

Ely College


As Ely College is a member of Meridian Trust, many policies relating to safeguarding, student welfare, teaching and learning, personnel and finance have been established by the Trust Board and/or Policy and Scrutiny Committees and the Executive Committee (Principals’ Committee) and can be found on the trust’s website through the link below, whilst others are specific to Ely College and therefore are reviewed and revised by the Academy Council.

Financial and legal information about the academy can be found here on the trust’s website.

Our Meridian Trust Equality policy, including the Public Sector Equality Duty, can be found here.

Meridian Trust Policies and Procedures

Meridian Trust Policies established by the board of directors, Scrutiny Committees and Executive Committee (Principals’ Committee) that apply to all trust schools are available on the Meridian Trust website – Click here

Meridian Trust's Charging and Remissions Policy can be located Meridian Trust website – Click here

Financial and company information can also be found on the Meridian Trust website – Click here

Whistleblowing policy can be located on the Meridian Trust website - Click here 

Policies and procedures that apply to Ely College are listed on the Meridian Trust website (Click here):

Ely College Policies and Procedures

Policies, procedures and protocols specific to Ely College are listed below. If you can not find a specific policy, please contact the College.

Our Provider Access Policy Statement can be found on the CIAEG pages which are linked here.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

On the 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) updated Data Protection legislation in order to modernise laws that protect personal data and formed parts of the new Data Protection Act 2018.

The GDPR requires public authorities and businesses to identify the lawful basis for storing personal data, audit information we already hold and take a ‘secure by design’ approach to personal data.

It also introduces new individual rights relating to personal data, such as the right to erasure or the right to rectification.

This means, amongst other things, that the data held about you must only be used for specific purpose allowed by law. We are therefore writing to tell you about the types of data held, why that data is held and with whom it may be shared.

How to find out more

Our Privacy Notices were updated with effect from the 25th May 2018 and you can view a copy of it at, pick up a copy at any of our academy receptions or you can ask us to post a copy to you.

If you require further information with regards to submitting a Subject Access Request, Freedom of Information or Reporting a Data Breach please use the following link;