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Maytree Nursery andInfants' SchoolCaring, Sharing, Aiming High

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Equality Objectives  2018

How we will achieve these:

To endeavour to ensure that the staff body, representation of staff in leadership roles and membership of the Governing body is reflective of the local community


Posts are advertised and all applicants are judged against explicit and fair criteria. Applicants are welcomed from all backgrounds and we aim for staffing to represent the diversity of the community.



To narrow gaps in attainment and achievement between different groups


Rigorous monitoring of the progress of all groups to clearly identify any underachievement and adjust provision to support progress. Pupil progress meetings take place to ensure all children are tracked and monitored. Planning is monitored by year leaders and the Senior Leadership Team.



To provide additional support for any vulnerable children who may be at risk of underachieving

Supporting children with additional needs through booster groups, intervention, in-class support, planning differentiation, language groups or ELSA support, where appropriate.
Parent workshops throughout the year help whole family engagement.


To promote Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development through all appropriate curricular activities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity

Through assemblies, PHSCE curriculum and SEAL sessions.
Giving children an awareness of different cultures, religions and beliefs through an enriched curriculum.
Ensuring children do not use homophobic, sexist or racist language and that any incidents are dealt with immediately.



To ensure that all pupils are punctual and attend school consistently

Attendance of all children is monitored regularly. Where concerns arise, the school attendance officer will work closely with families to secure improved attendance.




To ensure children are given opportunities to take part in extended school activities, including breakfast club

School provides a wide range of extra-curricular activities which meet the needs of the children. These include sports, games and arts.
school monitors the levels of attendance and all activities are free.