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The college is delivering teaching & learning online. We are still accepting online applications and will be carrying out interviews over the phone.

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Kendal College is committed to equal opportunities in employment and learning regardless of a person’s gender, marital status, race or colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, HIV status, age, disability, sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs, and unrelated criminal convictions, or other specific factors which could result in discrimination.

We are committed to the ethos of a disability-friendly college.

We will ensure that all reasonable adjustments are made to provide an assurance that disabled people are treated fairly.


Equality Objectives 2020-2024

  1. Increase achievement rates for male apprentices to within 2% of female achievement rates
  2. Reduce the achievement gap between students with a disclosed disability and those without a disability to a maximum of 5% annually
  3. Reduce the achievement gap between students eligible for free school means and all other students to within 2% annually
  4. Reduce the achievement gap between students who are classed as looked-after or care leavers to a maximum of 5% annually
  5. Increase the number of adults who achieve a basic skill in maths or English to within 10% of benchmark


Progress against the previous objectives is found in the 2018-19 Equality Report and how achieved within the Equality Policy.

Additional information on the equality objectives is provided in the document Equality Objectives 2020-2024.