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Equality & Diversity

The school has a statutory duty to publish an Equality Information and Objectives Statement:


The ethos of the school supports the development of self-respect and self-esteem in all pupils, staff and the community it serves. We place a high value on diversity and treat every member of the school as an individual.


We welcome our duties under the Equality Act 2010. The school’s general duties with regard to equality are:


  • Eliminating discrimination.
  • Fostering good relationships.
  • Advancing equality of opportunity.


We recognises that certain groups in society can be disadvantaged because of unlawful discrimination they may face due to their race, sex, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age, or pregnancy and maternity. We will not discriminate against, harass or victimise any staff member, pupil, prospective pupil, or other member of the school community.


We aim to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, with special emphasis on promoting equality and diversity, and eradicating prejudicial incidents for pupils and staff.


Our school is committed to not only eliminating discrimination, but also increasing understanding and appreciation for diversity.


All staff are aware of the need for the curriculum to reflect cultural diversity and of the need to prepare pupils for life in a diverse society.


The school is committed to promoting the welfare and equality of all its staff, pupils and other members of the school community. To achieve this, the school has established the following objectives:



Curriculum leads continue to use the latest research into pupil achievement and learning to devise a 3-year curriculum programme which meets the needs of the pupils.

To improve health guidance and input from external providers for families, ensuring a greater diversity of support is sustained.

Development of school website and resources for home learning (with a key focus on E-Safety).

Continue to develop the role of pupil voice and leadership, involving pupils in all aspects of community life such as planning of new projects.


To build on our wellbeing practices, increasing the scope of mental health and wellbeing activities, whilst ensuring workload is manageable.

Further develop Safeguarding in the Curriculum to ensure it remains up-to-date with particular reference to online safety.


How is this being addressed? 

Strategic Priority =

Quality of Education


A school that continues to sustain a responsive and engaging curriculum for all.

A school where every learner has a voice.

How is this being addressed?

Strategic Priority =

Behaviour & Attitudes 

An environment which continues to focus on high aspirations, positive attitudes to learning, and promotion of emotional wellbeing.


Parents are partners in learning.

How is this being addressed?

Strategic Priority =

Personal Development 

A school that continues to prepare learners for future success.

How is this being addressed? 

Strategic Priority 3 =

Leadership & Management 

A school that continues to have an ambitious vision, focusing on high-quality, inclusive education and wellbeing.


A school which grows as a Learning Community.

For further information about the Equality Act codes of practice, please follow this link to the Equality and Human Rights Commission Organisation.


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