Following our 2015 Ofsted visit, we are pleased with the report as it praises our 'exceptional' support for learners and the way in which we plan learning and the curriculum to meet the needs of the community. This is absolutely what RACC's mission is all about.
"RACC is proud of its tradition of enabling access for non-traditional learners to further and higher education. The quality of the learner experience and support for learners on the small HNC and HND provision at RACC was praised by the reviewers, and actions have already been put in place to address the areas requiring improvement in relation to processes which were identified. We are confident that the changes put in place will enable the College to receive a judgement of “Meets UK Expectations” by September 2016."
Gabrielle Flint - Principal
This document provides the basis for planning the organisation's business over the next three years. It also provides the context for submitting annual Development Planning information to the Skills Funding Agency as well as other regulatory authorities.
The Self-Assessment Report 2013-2014 was compiled by drawing on information from a number of sources including course record books, the college’s CIS, national benchmarks and qualitative issues identified by staff and students.
This document sets out the College’s Financial Statements for the previous year, along with the Annual report regarding the College, statement on Corporate Governance and Control, and the Independent Auditor’s report.
Assessment is a vital part of the learning and teaching process. At RACC we use the attached procedures to provide a framework to ensure the highest quality in assessment that meets the needs of all learners, in all settings and includes work based assessments.
Richmond Adult Community College welcomes all people regardless of their gender, age, race, marital status, language, cultural, social or religious background, and physical, sensory or intellectual difficulty, sexual orientation or HIV status.
The staff of RACC will endeavour to promote equality of opportunity and will always challenge prejudice and inequality.
All staff at the College are expected to value and celebrate the diversity brought into the College. We would be pleased to know if, at any time, we fail to meet these standards. Please contact the Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee if you have any comments on our Equality and Diversity Policy
Richmond Adult Community College is committed to excellence in teaching and learning; the management of health and safety is integral to these activities and so the same commitment to excellence shall apply to the manner in which the College discharges its responsibilities for the health and safety of its employees, students, visitors (including contractors) and all those who may be affected by its activities.