Safeguarding failures in Trust

A former trust boss took three staff members on a golfing holiday to Kenya during term time after allegations came to light that one had repeatedly accessed porn on a school device, a High Court ruling revealed.

Khalsa Academies Trust’s now departed chief executive Nick Kandola also made “flippant remarks” and “appeared to downplay the seriousness” of safeguarding incidents, the ruling states. They include an alleged rape of a pupil and use of pornography by staff members.

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