Oak House Education is part of The Oak House Partnership Limited, which is a Private Limited Company.
Address: The Oak House Partnership Ltd, Middleborough House, 16 Middleborough, Colchester, Essex. CO1 1QT.
Phone: 01473 434288
Registered in England no: 5433888
VAT number: 900 2743 66
Before using this Internet web site “the Site” please read the information below carefully. By using the Site you are agreeing to the Oak House Terms and Conditions (Oak House Education is a part of The Oak House Partnership Limited) of use relating to the Site, together with our policies on Privacy and Data Protection for users of the Site. If you do not agree with the Terms and Conditions, which The Oak House Partnership Limited may at its discretion, update from time to time without prior notice, then please do not use the Site.
References to “you”, “your” and “yours” are references to the person accessing the Site
References to “we”, “us” and “our” are references to Oak House or its subsidiary companies.
If you have any general enquiries about the Site or these Terms and Conditions, please email email@example.com.
You and your privacy and your data protection
Privacy and Data Protection Policy
We respect your right to privacy and will keep safe any personal details that you give us in line with the UK Legislation on Data Protection. We will only ask you to give us personal details if you wish to register and we will only keep those details for as long as you need to use our services. Please be assured that we do not sell or share any information about individual Registered Users.
Registration of Feedback Policy
If you wish to register feedback, we will ask you for some basic details including your name, telephone number and email address. This information will be used to process your request.
Occasionally we may offer you the opportunity to participate in surveys, which help our research into the types of services offered. Surveys may also be carried out as part of other services. We will store the data you enter and only use it for the purpose declared. We will not pass this information on to third parties without your consent.
If you supply us with your telephone number, you may receive telephone contact from us with information. You may also receive telephone contact from us with information regarding new products and services or upcoming events. If you supply us with your postal address you may receive periodic mailings from us with information on new products and services or forthcoming events. Your email address may be used by us to notify you about updates to the Site and/or contact you for marketing purposes. Your contact details information will not be shared with organisations outside Oak House. If you do not wish to receive telephone calls or mailings, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and conditions of use of the site
Please note that these terms and conditions relate to use of the Site. Please note that copyright, trademarks and Intellectual Property Rights protect the content of the Site together with products and services available from it. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. Disputes arising shall be exclusively subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
Oak House makes no representations or warranties with respect to the Site or its contents, which are provided for use “as is”. Oak House disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including without limitation the implied warranties of title, non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to the Site and any web site with which it is linked. Oak House also makes no representations or warranties as to whether the information accessible via the Site, or any web site with which it is linked, is accurate, complete, or current. It is your responsibility to evaluate the accuracy and completeness of all information, opinions, and other material on the Site or any with which it is linked. Price and product information is subject to change without notice.
To the fullest extent permitted by applicable laws, Oak House and its employees, agents, suppliers, and contractors shall in no event be liable for any claims, charges, and contractors damages, liabilities, losses, and expenses of whatever nature and howsoever arising, including, without limitation any compensatory, incidental, direct, indirect, special, punitive, or consequential damages, loss of use, loss of data, loss caused by a computer or electronic virus, loss of income or profit, loss of or damage to property, claims of third parties, or other losses of any kind of character, even if Oak House has been advised of the possibility of such damages or losses, arising out of or in connection with the use of the Site, or any web site with which it is linked.
You hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Oak House from and against any and all claims, charges, demands, damages, losses, expenses, and liabilities of whatever nature and howsoever arising (including but not limited to any legal or other professional fees and the costs of defending or prosecuting any claim and any loss of profit, goodwill, and any other direct or consequential loss) incurred or suffered by Oak House directly or indirectly by reason of any act or omission which you commit in breach of these terms and conditions and the obligations and warranties contained in them.
All rights, including copyright and database right, in the Site and its contents, are owned by or licensed to Oak House. You may use the content of the Site for your own use and for other members of your workplace. You may save content onto any medium and make printed copies provided that you acknowledge the source of the information by referencing ” Oak House Education” with the title of the article or the Internet Unique Resource Locator (URL), but you may not distribute or publish any part of this site outside of your workplace without our prior written permission.
We reserve the right to change the content of the Site without notice.
‘Oak House Education’, ‘Changing Schools, Changing Lives’, ‘Great State Schools’, ‘The GAP Project’ and the design of the ‘Oak House Education’, ‘Great State Schools’ and ‘GAP Project’ logos are all registered trade marks of the Oak House Partnership Ltd. Without Oak House Partnership’s prior permission, you agree not to display or use in any manner, the Oak House Education Trade Marks.
Linking to the Site
A web site that links to the Site: –
- * May link to, but not replicate, the Site
- * Must not create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the Content
- * Must not in any way imply that Oak House is endorsing it or its products or services
- * Must not misrepresent its relationship with Oak House
- * Must not present false information about Oak House
- * Must not use any Oak House trademarks displayed on the Site without permission from Oak House
- * Must not be a web site that infringes any intellectual property or other right of any person or that otherwise does not comply with all relevant laws and regulations
- * Must not be a web site that contains content that could be construed as distasteful, offensive or controversial
- * Must not deep link to pages within the Site
- * Sites and users linking to the Site must accept the Terms and Conditions of the Site.
- * Oak House reserves all rights to copyright.
Oak House expressly reserves the right to request that any link in breach of these Terms and Conditions be removed and to take whatever other action it deems appropriate
Oak House has checked all linked sites listed; however the content of some sites may have altered after Oak House has visited them. Oak House is not responsible for the content of any external web site that the Site links to. Links to third party sites are provided only for convenience, and this does not imply endorsement of any such sites by Oak House. If you find any sites, irrelevant, unacceptable or offensive then please do let us know. If you have any general enquiries about the Site or these Terms and Conditions please email email@example.com.
Special warning for international use
This website is designed for users in the United Kingdom but we welcome the participation of users from all over the world. However, recognising the global nature of the Internet, you agree to comply with all local rules and laws regarding online conduct and acceptable Content in the territory in which you reside and/or use the Service as well as all relevant United Kingdom rules and laws.
Oak House is committed to being an equal opportunities organisation and to ensuring that all people we work with are treated fairly and are not subjected to unfair discrimination.
We therefore promote equality of opportunity in everything we do.
We aim to ensure that everyone we work with is offered the same opportunities regardless of their race, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other characteristic unrelated to the performance of the job.
We seek to ensure that no one suffers as a result of discrimination, either directly or indirectly. We want to ensure that we not only observe the relevant legislation but also do whatever is necessary to provide genuine equality of opportunity.
We expect all of our team to be treated and to treat others with respect. Our aim is to provide a working environment free from harassment, intimidation, or discrimination in any form which may affect the dignity of the individual.
We further recognise that working with people from diverse backgrounds creates an organisation where creativity and valuing difference in others thrives.
All members of the Oak House team who work with children have been through CRB enhanced disclosure checks in accordance with Part V of the police Act 1997. The Disclosure is not evidence of the identity of the Bearer.
Oak House has adopted the Save the Children child protection policy.
We believe that:
- All child abuse involves the abuse of children’s rights.
- All children have equal rights to protection from abuse and exploitation.
- The situation of all children must be improved through promotion of their rights as set out in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This includes the right to freedom from abuse and exploitation.
- Child abuse is never acceptable
- We have a commitment to protecting children with/ for whom we work
- When we work through partners, they have a responsibility to meet minimum standards of protection for children in their programmes.
What we will do:
We will meet our commitment to protect children from abuse through the following means:
Awareness: we will ensure that all staff and others are aware of the problem of child abuse and the risks to children.
Prevention: we will ensure, through awareness and good practice, that staff and others minimise the risks to children.
Reporting: we will ensure that staff and others are clear what steps to take where concerns arise regarding the safety of children.
Responding: we will ensure that action is taken to support and protect children where concerns arise regarding possible abuse.
In order that the above standards of reporting and responding are met, members of Oak House will also ensure that they:
- take seriously any concerns raised
- take positive steps to ensure the protection of children who are the subject of any concerns
- support children, staff or other adults who raise concerns or who are the subject of concerns
- act appropriately and effectively in instigating or co-operating with any subsequent process of investigation
- are guided through the child protection process by the principle of ‘best interests of the child’
- listen to and takes seriously the views and wishes of children
- work in partnership to ensure the protection of children.