We are committed to welcoming students who reside in the India and international students who reside abroad, irrespective of:
- Religion or belief
We will seek to identify, as safeguarding considerations, whether there are any adjustments required in relation to the protected characteristics cited above.
Upon admission, we would wish to identify any children / young adults who may be particularly vulnerable, including those with eating disorders, those who self-harm, and those with ADHD and autistic spectrum disorders. We will ensure the registration system includes notification, for example from mentors, of when a student is, for example, a child or young person looked after by a local authority, a care leaver, a child or young person with a social worker, a young carer or a student residing in private fostering arrangements.
At the point of registration, we ask parents / mentors to cite their child(ren)’s particular interests and hobbies, any medical needs or special educational needs, so that we can comprehensively plan for the admission and how we might look to meet those needs.