Our statement of equality is simple; we strive to ensure all children achieve and flourish, irrespective of gender, race, need or background.

We welcome our duties under the Equality Act 2010. Under the general duty of public sector equality duty, in the exercise of our functions, have due regard to the need to:

• Eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited under the Act.
• Advance equality of opportunity between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it;•
• Foster good relations between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it

As part of our public sector equality duty, we formulate, review and publish our school’s Equality Policy and Objectives – sharing them with all those connected to our school – in order to ensure that our mission is clear and communicated to all.

Our Equalities Objectives are:

1. Equality Strand: Race/Religion
Objective: Monitor the nature of pupils and staff religion as they join the new school, in order to continuously respond to their needs appropriately.

2. Equality Strand: Religion
Objective: Gain an accurate picture of pupils own view about their religion and how it is represented in school as school grows.

3. Equality Strand: Religion
Objective: Ensure major religious celebrations are celebrated in school and all pupils feel valued.

4. Equality Strand: Disability
Objective: Ensure pupils with disabilities access the full broad and balanced curriculum, in lessons and extra-curricular activities.

5. Equality Strand: Gender
Objective: Ensure pupil, staff and visitor toilet facilities meet the needs of those who do not wish to be segregated by gender.

6. Equality Strand: All
Objective: Ensure the school’s curriculum and supporting texts are representative and supportive of all protected characteristics.

Our Equality policy and Accessibility Plan can be found here on our policies page.