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We are committed to making information about the College and its work available to the public.

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, you have the right to request any information held by a public authority, which it has not already made available through its publication scheme. Requests have to be made in writing and, in general, public authorities have 20 working days to respond. We may charge a fee, which will have to be calculated according to Fees Regulations.

To request information available through our publication scheme, please contact:

Clerk to the Corporation
Newham College of Further Education
East Ham Campus
High Street South
London E6 6ER

Or email clerk.corporation@newham.ac.uk.

We will not be required to release information to which an exemption in the Act legitimately applies. However, we may be required to explain to the applicant why we are not releasing information, which might have to be justified to the Information Commissioner.

It is important that this publication scheme meets your needs. If you find the scheme difficult to understand, please let us know. We also welcome suggestions as to how our scheme might be improved. Any questions, comments or complaints about this scheme should be sent in writing to the Clerk using the address given above.

The Information Commisssioner’s Office

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the independent body responsible for regulating data protection in the UK, ensuring that personal data is collected and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

We hope to resolve any of your questions, queries or concerns but if you are dissatisfied with how we have processed your personal data, you may lodge a complaint with the ICO.

Publication scheme

Download the publication scheme and find out more about the documents we publish or intend to publish in the future.