Caistor Grammar School by Lnyt5Byt

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									Dear Applicant

This letter is to inform you that if you are considered for appointment to the post for which you
have applied, you will be subject to a check of criminal and other records. This will have been
specified in the advertisement for the post.

The 1997 Police Act allows employers to obtain this information on people who are being
considered for appointment to positions involving work with children, vulnerable adults or other
positions of trust.

This information is obtained from the Criminal Records Bureau, an executive agency of the Home
Office who provide a range of official data sources for recruitment purposes.

Caistor Grammar School uses Mouchel Business Services as our agents for appointments to this
school. Mouchel Business Services are registered with the Criminal Records Bureau and have to
comply with their strict requirements for ensuring that sensitive personal information is handled
and stored appropriately and is kept for only as long as necessary. A copy of the Criminal
Records Bureau Code of Practice may be provided on request.

Please note that previous criminal convictions are not an automatic bar to employment, this will
depend on the nature of the position and the circumstances and background and your offences.

As an applicant for positions involving work with children, vulnerable adults, or other
positions of trust, you must provide information about all convictions, bind-overs, cautions,
reprimands and indicate if you have any prosecutions pending.

If you are invited for interview and, following interview, are being considered for the post you
have applied for, we will:

                Ask you to complete a Criminal Records Bureau application form, which we will
                 countersign to confirm proof of identity and forward to the CRB. Caistor
                 Grammar School will meet the cost of the disclosure fee.
                Consult you if information is disclosed to us by the CRB which might lead us to
                 consider you unsuitable for the post you have applied for.

Three forms of identity will be required with at least one from Group 1 below. If you are unable
to produce any documents from Group 1, you will be required to produce 5 from Group 2. At
least one item of identification must show your current address and at least one must show date of
birth.

          Group 1
          Valid passport (any nationality)
          UK Driving Licence (either photocard or paper)
          Original UK Birth Certificate (issued within 12 months of date of birth) (full or short
          form acceptable)
          Valid photo identity card (issued by other EU countries)
          UK Firearms Licence
          HM Forces ID Card (UK)
          UK Adoption Certificate
          Group 2
          Marriage certificate
          Non-original UK Birth Certificate (issued after 12 months from birth)
          P45/P60 statement*
          Bank or Building Society statement*
          Utility bill (electricity, gas, water, telephone (including mobile contract/bill)*
          Valid TV Licence
          Credit card statement*
          Valid Insurance Certificate
          Correspondence/documentation from: the Benefits Agency; Employment Service;
          Inland Revenue; a Local Authority*
          Financial statement (pension, endowment, ISA)**
          Valid vehicle registration document
          Mail order catalogue statement**
          Court summons**
          Valid NHS card
          Addressed payslip*
          National Insurance number card
          Exam certificate (EG GCSE, NVQ)
          Child Benefit Book**
          Connexions card
          Certificate of British nationality
          British Work permit/visa**
          Letter from Headteacher*
          CRB Disclosure Certificate**

*documentation should be less than three months old
** issued within the past 12months

If you have any questions or concerns about the contents of this letter, please let me know.

Yours sincerely




Headmaster

								
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