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Governance of the school
Mr. P. Huitson B.A. (Chairman)
Mr. K.M. Plummer, J.P., M.I.E.H., M.I.O.S.H. (Vice- Chairman)
Mrs. B. Morley M.B.E
Mrs. A. Rodrigues BSc, MBCS CIPT
M. P. Clifton
Mr. R. Dean
Mr. J. Diamond
Mr. T. Pollard
Mr. S. Babu
Mr. P. Smart, BSc
Mr. L. Howells, BSc
Mr. J. Eynon, MA
Mr. A. Andre
Miss. L. Gayle - Clerk to Governors
Company Registration Number 07627302
Auditors – McIntyre Hudson
Terms and Conditions
WALLINGTON COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Surrey SM6 7PH
STANDARD CONDITIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICES AND PURCHASING / SUPPLIES CONTRACTS
1. Order Number The Order No. must be quoted on all advice notes, delivery notes, invoices and correspondence relating to
2. Delivery A delivery note must accompany all goods and delivery shall be made as directed. If the goods or any
portion thereof are not delivered within the time or times specified in the order or where no time is specified
then within a reasonable time the school shall be entitled to determine the contract in respect of the goods
undelivered as aforesaid and any other goods already delivered under the contract. On such determination
the school shall be entitled: (a) to return to the contractor at the contractor's risk and expense any of the
goods already delivered and to recover from the contractor any monies paid by the school in respect of
such goods; (b) to recover from the contractor any additional expenditure reasonably incurred by the school
in obtaining other goods in replacement of those in respect of which the contract has been determined.
3. Invoices The invoice must follow within 7 days of delivery and should be sent to the address showing At the top of the
4. Carriage &Packing Charges
No carriage or packing charges will be accepted unless authorised by the order.
5. Excess Delivery The school reserves the right to return to the contractor at the contractor's risk and expense any goods
delivered in excess of the quantities specified in the order.
6. Quality of Goods or Materials:
6.1 If the goods or materials do not conform to sample or to the specifications or description set out in
the order the school reserves the right to reject them within a reasonable time after delivery and
return them at the contractor's risk and expense. The goods or materials supplied shall be of the
quality or sort specified in the order and where so required equal in every respect to the school’s
standard patterns and/or specification or to samples submitted and approved and there an
appropriate British Standard Specification or British Standard Code of Practice issued by the British
Standards Institution or equivalent EC standard is current at the date of this order then all goods and
materials supplied here under and all workmanship shall be to standard not less than that standard.
6.2 All work ordered must be carried out in a safe, efficient and workmanlike manner..
6.3 All work must be carried out by the contractor at the place specified in the order, at the time or times
stipulated or within the timescale stipulated by or on behalf of the school. Where no requirement as
to the time has been stipulated, the work must be carried out within a reasonable time.
6.4 Where this order is issued as an instruction under a term contract with the school, Wheresoever the
Conditions of this order differ from that contract then the condition of the original contract shall take
7. Rejection of Goods
If the goods do not conform to sample or to the specifications or description set out in the order the school
reserves the right to reject them within a reasonable time after delivery and return them at the contractor's
risk and expense. The goods supplied shall be of the quality or sort specified in the order and where so
required equal in every respect to the school's standard patterns and/or specification or to samples
submitted and approved and where an appropriate British Standard Specification or British Standard Code of
Practice issued by the British Standards Institution or equivalent EC standard is current at the date of this
order then all goods and materials supplied hereunder and all workmanship shall be to standard not less
than that standard.
The contractor hereby indemnifies the school in respect of (a) any liability which may be imposed on them
under any Act of Parliament or Common Law in respect of any personal injury to any person whether
employed by him or not occasioned by or in consequence of the performance of this contract; (b) any
damage or injury to the property of the school or any person by the contractor his workmen servants or
agents unless due to any act or neglect of the school or any person for whom the school is responsible.
The Contractor shall insure the school and contractor jointly against the liabilities referred to in the last
preceding clause and shall produce to the Chief Executive of the school whenever required the policy or
policies of insurance as aforesaid together with the current receipts for the payment of the premiums due.
9. Services The services must he carried out by the contractor at the place specified in the order at the time or times
stipulated by or on behalf of the school or if no time is stipulated within a reasonable time.
10. Breach ofConditions
In the event of any breach of any of' the above conditions the school shall be at liberty to cancel the
contract and to recover from the contractor any expenses incurred by them in any way whatsoever out of
such a breach.
11. Heath & Safety The Contractor is reminded that he should provide for all work-people all necessary temporary
accommodation, all safety, health and welfare measures and first aid equipment in accordance with all
current Codes of Welfare Conditions for the building industry and comply with all relevant Acts, Rules and
Regulations in force which relate to the works or any other from time to time amending or replacing same.
12. Stoppages etc. The school reserves the right to cancel this order or any part uncompleted without prejudice to any of its
rights and remedies if a stoppage occurs due to fire, strikes, lockouts, force majeure or from any other cause
or causes beyond the school's control or from any cause or causes due to any acts or demands of the
British Government or any Government Department or as a consequence of War or outbreak of hostilities.
13. Corrupt Practices Your attention is drawn to the school's Standing Order 50 which states: The school is empowered to
cancel the contract and to recover from the contractor the amount of any loss resulting from such cancellation if the contractor shall have offered or given or agreed to give any person any gift or consideration of any kind as an inducement or reward for doing or forbearing to do or for having done or forborne to do any action in relation to the obtaining or execution of the contract or any other contract with the school or for showing or forbearing to show favour or disfavour to any person in relation to the contract or any other contract with the school or if the like acts shall have been done by any person employed by him or acting on his behalf (whether with or without the knowledge of the contractor) or if in relation to any contract with the school the contractor or any person employed by him or acting on his behalf shall have committed any offence under the Prevention of Corruptions Acts, 1889 to 19 16.
1st June 2012