Tti School of English is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone at Tti, in particular those aged 16-17 years old.
Tti School of English is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone at Tti, in particular those aged 16-17 years old. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent effective safeguarding procedures are in place both on and off-site to support everyone (including but not limited to staff, students, host families and group leaders) at the school. We expect all Tti staff to share this commitment and behave accordingly.
Students aged 16 and 17 years old
Tti School of English is primarily a school for students aged 18 and older. Whilst we welcome students aged 16 and above, it should be noted that we cannot provide 24 hour supervision. If they are not staying with a relative or family friend, 16 and 17 year olds will be required to stay in half-board homestay accommodation.
We ask that parents or guardians of students aged 16 and 17 read our Notes for Parents and Guardian of students aged under 18 before booking their child to study here. This will help you understand what to expect when your child comes to study with us.
Consent form for 16 and 17 years old
The parents/guardians of students aged 16 or 17 studying at Tti School of English are asked to complete a Parental Agreement Letter for their child. This includes curfew times and we ask you to keep within our guidelines when deciding these. This form must be sent at the time of booking, and a sample version is available to download here. Please note – we cannot issue enrolment documents until we have received this form.
Problems & Complaints Procedure
Worries and Problems…
Do: tell someone about your problem
Don’t: Keep quiet about it
Let it become a BIG problem
Serious Problems or Complaints…
Do: act immediately
talk to the Registrar about accommodation problems
talk to the Director of Studies about problems with your classes and studies talk to the Principal in Reception about all other problems or complaints. They will make sure you talk to the right person to help you. Don’t: postpone talking about it be worried about talking to a member of staff – what you say is confidential
If you are not sure who to speak to, ask your teacher or any member of staff and they will help you find the correct person.
What will happen?
- Listen to your complaint careful
- Investigate your complaint if appropriate
- Carry out agreed action as quickly as possible
- Respect confidentiality unless we suspect UK law has been broken or if the matter concerns someone under 18 years of age
- Act in accordance with our Child Protection Policy if the matter concerns someone under 18 years of age
- Keep written records of all conversations and actions taken
- Check you are happy with the result
If you are not happy with the result of your complaint or the way we have dealt with it:
- Talk to the Academic Manager or talk to the Principal
- If you are still not happy, you or your parents can write to our professional association, English UK:
English UK, 47 Brunswick Court, Tanner Street, London, SE1 3LH
Tel: +44 20 7608 7960