Unity Education Trust board encourages you to raise serious concerns.

As a person working for UET you may be the first to realise that there could be something seriously wrong within the establishment. However, you may feel that speaking up would be disloyal to your colleagues. You may also fear harassment or victimisation. In these circumstances, it may be easier to ignore the concern rather than report what may just be a suspicion f mappractice.

Unity Education Trust are committed to the highest possible standards of openness, integrity and accountability. We expect employees, and others that we deal with, who have serious concerns about any aspect of the UET’s work to come forward and voice those concerns.

Unity Education Trust’s board encourages you to raise serious concerns in the first instance within the establishment rather than overlooking a problem or blowing the whistle outside, and would rather that you raised the matter when it is just a concern rather than waiting for proof. You may wish to refer your concern to your line manager, headteacher, chair of governors or CEO in the first instance or see below for an alternative option.

If you have a concern, please refer to the Whistleblowing Policy. Then consider completing the concerns form.

Have you previously discussed/informed your concern with your line manager?

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