Anti-Racist Action Plan

We want to be a college that is safe, fair and welcoming; a college where all learners have the same high-quality care, support and guidance regardless of their ethnicity or cultural background. We want an anti-racist college.

Admissions and Progression Policy

The mission statement provides the basis of the college’s admissions priorities.“A Catholic college for the community, seeking to discover and realise the full potential of all in an atmosphere of love, service and respect inspired by Christ”.

Complaints Policy

St David’s Catholic College is committed to providing a high quality of education to all its learners. We believe that at our College provides an excellent education for all its learners, and that the staff work hard to build positive relationships with its learners, parents and other stakeholders. However, the College is committed to having procedures in place in case there are any complaints about the level of service experienced.

Equality & Diversity Policy and Strategy

The College is committed to supporting the principle of equal opportunities, and opposes all forms of unlawful discrimination including on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disability, part-time or fixed term status, parental responsibilities, age, religion/belief, or sexual orientation. 

Financial Statements 2020-21

Report and Financial Statements for the year ending 31 July, 2021.

Fitness to Study Policy

The college expects all learners to maintain the core expectations, enabling us to create a learning environment which is safe for all. Where behaviour or conduct fall below the core expectations set within our charter, the college will invoke its ‘fitness to study’ procedure. 

Health & Safety Policy

This policy represents the Colleges health and safety policy and replaces all previous versions. The Governing Body of St David’s College recognises that health and safety has to be managed successfully at all levels.

IT Policy - User Systems

The availability of IT facilities to all members of the College is central to the proper functioning of the College. Misuse is regarded as a matter of utmost seriousness. Evidence of persistent misuse will be pursued under disciplinary rules. Evidence of theft or malicious damage, or attempted unauthorised accessmay result in legal proceedings.

Learner Attendance Policy

This policy has been developed as part of St David’s College’s commitment to realise the potential of all in our community as encompassed in our mission: ‘A Catholic College for the community seeking to discover and realise the full potential of all, in an atmosphere of love, service and respect inspired by Christ.’

Learners & Applicants with Criminal Convictions Policy

This policy seeks to ensure that applicants and learners with unspent criminal convictions are given every opportunity to take an appropriate course at St David’s, providing the College can maintain its duty to provide a safe and secure environment for all members of its community.

Lockdown Policy

The college’s lockdown procedures are a response to any external or internal incident, which has the potential to pose a threat to the safety of staff and students in thecollege.

Privacy Notice

This Privacy Notice provides information about the collection and processing of children’s or young people’s personal and performance information by St. David’s Catholic Sixth Form College (hereby referred to as St. David’s). 


The Prevent Strategy is part of wider college Safeguarding Policy which seeks to promote and safeguard the well-being of children and vulnerable adults. The Prevent Strategy is applicable to the whole college community, including Governors, teaching staff, support staff, students and volunteers.

Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding is about protecting young people and adults from abuse or neglect and educating those around them to recognise the signs and dangers. The Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act has introduced a strengthened, robust and effective partnership approach to safeguarding. One of the most important principles of this Act is that it is everyone’s responsibility.

Studentship Policy

This policy relates to studentship, including learner attendance, punctuality, behaviour, and completion of assignments. The Studentship policy details the process undertaken in the event of a breach of college expectations of good studentship.

Strategic Equality Plan 2022-2026

St David’s Catholic Sixth Form College is pleased to publish this Strategic Equality Plan covering the period 2022 to 2026 in line with the requirements of The Equality Act 2010. This Plan sets out our key equality objectives in pursuit of equality for all.

Strategic Plan 2021-2025

The St. David’s Sixth Form College’s Strategic Plan 2021-2025, ‘The Way, the Truth and the Life’, outlines the College’s vision and key objectives for the period until 2025.

Trauma Informed - College Statement of Commitment

At St David’s College, we are deeply committed to creating a trauma-informed environment that promotes dignity, healing, resilience, and growth for all members of our community.

Welsh Language Policy

The aim of the policy is to ensure the Welsh Language Standards are fully applied in the college and facilitate public-facing bilingual services at St David’s Catholic College, be that for learners, staff, or members of the public, and to promote a bilingual ethos.

Welsh Language Compliance Report 2023-24

This is the 2023-24 annual report on St David’s Catholic Sixth Form College’s compliance with the Welsh Commissioner’s Language Standards.

Compliance Notice – Section 44 Welsh Language (WALES) Measure 2011

Compliance Notice – Section 44 Welsh Language (WALES) Measure 2011
St David’s Catholic College – Issue date: 31/03/2021

Internal Use of Welsh Policy

We are required to operate a policy on using Welsh for communicating within the college.

Financial Contingency Fund & Student Grant Policy

Staff and Learner Equality Information