Acceptable Use Policy

By using NEW College IT services, you are agreeing to and are bound by the terms set out in this document and agree with that all college devices and systems can be monitored for security and safety reasons.

I agree that I will:

Criminal Conduct / Radicalisation and Extremism

Criminal Conduct/Radicalisation and Extremism a number of activities related to the use of the Internet or email are covered by law, by College policy or regulations and are otherwise clearly unacceptable. These will be regarded by the College as constituting misconduct and any student involved will be subject to disciplinary action up to expulsion. These include: terrorist activities, on-line stalking, grooming, internet luring, soliciting of children by computer, defamation, retention of offensive screen savers, fraud, software theft, damage to College systems, retention of other people's personal details/information, drug-related activities, or any other illegal activity.
In addition, Section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 places a duty on the College to have, in the exercise of its functions, due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. This means that the College will place an appropriate amount of weight on the need to prevent people being drawn into terrorism in the application of this policy.

Social media advice and policy:

Future updates to this document

This policy may be updated or modified at any time should the college deem it necessary. Sections of the acceptable usage policy will be displayed on your computer and must be accepted from time to time before web usage is allowed. The college reserves the right to administer these rules in a fair and unbiased way, which may result in a student's access to either the internet or the college network being removed or other appropriate sanction being taken.