Finance Policies

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Anti Fraud and Corruption Policy

The aim of the anti fraud and corruption policy is to ensure that all decision makers act in an honest and ethical manner with the best interests of our pupils at heart at all times.

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Cash management and Investments Policy

The aim of our cash management and investments policy is to ensure that cash is appropriately managed to maximise returns whilst minimising risks.

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Charging and Remissions Policy

The aim of our Charging and Remissions Policy is to ensure that, during the academy day, all children have full and free access to a broad and balanced curriculum.

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Conflicts of Interest Policy

The aim of our conflicts of interest policy is to ensure that all decisions made on behalf of the Trust are done without external influence and solely for the benefit of the pupils.

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Credit Control Policy

The aim of our credit control policy is to ensure that appropriate processes are in place to minimise the risk of a loss of funds which should be being used for education.

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Expenses Policy

The aim of our expenses policy is to ensure that any expenses incurred by Trust staff are wholly and necessarily for the benefit of the pupils in our schools, and proportionate.

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Financial Planning Policy

The aim of our financial planning policy is to ensure that our schools are aware of future risks that may impact on their budgets and manage these accordingly.

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Fixed Assets Policy

The aim of our fixed asset policy is to set out how we manage our estate and other assets.

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Gifts and Hospitality Policy

The aim of our gifts and hospitality policy is to ensure that staff do not act in a way which may raise suspicion of a conflict between their duty to the pupils in the school and their own private interests.

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Procurement and Tendering Policy

The aim of the procurement and tendering policy is to ensure appropriateness and value for money in all purchasing decisions.

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Reserves Policy

The aim of our reserves policy is to ensure that our schools set an appropriate reserves target and appropriately plan to achieve it.

Financial Disclosures

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TEF Trustees' Report 2012-13

Annual Report for Registered Charity and Approved Sponsor

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TEF Trustees' Report 2013-14

Annual Report for Registered Charity and Approved Sponsor

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TEF Trustees' Report 2014-15

Annual report for the Registered Charity and Approved Sponsor

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TEF Trustees' Report 2015-16

Annual report for the Registered Charity and Approved Sponsor

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TEF Trustees' Report 2016-17

Annual report for the Registered Charity and Approved Sponsor

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TEFAT Membership Services Document 2018-19

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust (TEFAT) is an established medium sized business with 1,800 staff in 27 schools serving over 10,000 children. It is part of our ethos that we will never be ‘established’. We will innovate continuously and develop our services with a view to improving overall outcomes for our children and staff. Consequently, this document may be subject to revision as our offering evolves.

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TEFAT Trustees' Report 2012-13

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi Academy Trust

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TEFAT Trustees' Report 2013-14

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi Academy Trust

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TEFAT Trustees' Report 2014-15

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi Academy Trust

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TEFAT Trustees' Report 2015-16

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi Academy Trust

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TEFAT Trustees' Report 2016-17

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi-Academy Trust

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TEFAT Trustees' report 2017-18

Annual report and audited accounts for the Multi-Academy Trust