Our school family
Our school family
Archbishop Sentamu Academy
Aspire Academy
Baldersby St James Primary School
Barlby High School
Burton Green Primary School
Compass Academy
Forest of Galtres Primary School
George Pindar School
Graham School
Manor CE Academy
Newland St John’s CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary School
Skelton Primary School
St James’ CE Academy
Vale of York Academy
A SHARED VISION

Statutory documents

Legal and financial documents

Hope Learning Trust Articles of Association

Hope Sentamu Learning Trust Articles of Association – pending filing at Companies House

Memorandum of Association

Scheme of Delegation

Funding Agreement 

 

Registers of business interests

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Facilities Time Publication Requirements

GDPR Privacy Notices and Related Policies

Website Privacy Policy

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Gender Pay Gap Report

Our Data
We collected our data on 5th April 2020, at which time, we had a total of 596 employees; 435 (73%) female employees and 161 (27%) male employees.

The mean gender pay gap
Our mean gender pay gap is 18.75% meaning that females within the organisation are paid 18.75% lower than males within the organisation.

The median gender pay gap
The median gender pay gap is 30.2% which means that the mid-point of the female employee’s hourly rate is 30.2% lower than the mid-point of all male employee’s hourly rate.

The mean bonus gender pay gap
The mean bonus gender pay gap is 0%. This is due to the fact that there are no employees that are in roles that attract a bonus payment.

The median bonus gender pay gap
The median bonus gender pay gap is also 0% for the same reasons as above.

The proportion of males and females receiving a bonus payment 

Proportion of males receiving a bonus payment

0%

Proportion of females receiving a bonus payment

0%

 

The proportion (and number) of males and females in each quartile band

 

 

Lower Quartile

Lower Middle Quartile

Upper Middle Quartile

Upper Quartile

Female

31.03%  (135)

22.99%  (100)

23.91%  (104)

22.07%  (96)

         

Males

9.94%  (16)

27.95%  (45)

29.19%  (47)

32.92%  (53)

 

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Statement

Modern Slavery is a criminal offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain. 

The Hope Sentamu Learning Trust’s Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Policy sets out the Trust’s policy in relation to modern slavery with the aim of preventing opportunities for modern slavery to occur within its business or supply chain, and safeguarding any customers who may be at risk. This policy applies to all individuals working for or with Hope Sentamu Learning Trust in any form, including our supply chain, contractors, employees and all other business partners. This policy underpins our published Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Statement.  Our Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Statement covers all academies within the Hope Sentamu Learning Trust. 

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Policy

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery – Full Statement

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