BDAT Statutory Policies

Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust (BDAT) reviews all statutory policies annually in consultation with the recognised Trade Unions.  Non-statutory policies are reviewed either bi-annually or three yearly.

In having Trust-wide policies and procedures, BDAT strives to have policies which are consistent and aligned with the Trust’s Christian ethos and values.

In addition to the annual review process, the Trust welcomes feedback from all academies, therefore some policies may be reviewed mid-year.  It is for this reason that BDAT take the view that all Trust policies are live working documents and as such may be updated at any time.


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