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Equality Objectives 201-2020

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

To narrow any gaps in attainment and progress that have arisen between groups of pupils within the school’s community by ensuring that all groups and individuals have their needs fully met in order to achieve their full potential, and to make good progress or better

Links to UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 2, Article 12, Article 17, Article 28, Article 29

To ensure that we are proactive in ensuring this and to include children with protected characteristics in this monitoring

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.

Monitor children’s progress termly and half termly in English and maths. • Analyse progess of groups across the school, gender, ethnicity, FSM, summer born, mobility and EAL, and provide support where appropriate. • Act on any trends or patterns in the data that require additional support for pupils • Analysis of end of year results for EYFS, Phonics, KS1.

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

To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity that the curriculum reflects and supports the needs of pupils with protected characteristics

Links to UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 2 Article 12 Article 28 Article 29, Article 30, Article 31

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 our school community understands that we live in a diverse country that recognises, celebrates and tolerates different views, faiths and cultures

• Review our curriculum (Topic, RE and PSHE).

• Purchase appropriate resources.

• Train staff in equality and inclusion practice

• Resource the school with stories from other cultures and to ensure that childrens’ home lives and familiar things are represented in school activities such as home corners and imaginative play

• Promote the fundamental British values of Democracy, the Rule of Law, Individual Liberty and Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

• Ensure that our school prepares pupils positively for life in Modern Britain and promotes fundamental British Values

Promote self-responsibility, respect and tolerance for others as part of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development

• Ensure that pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development equips them to be thoughtful, caring and active citizens in school and in the wider community

• Develop pupils advocacy skills so that they can detect bias, challenge discrimination, leading to justice and advocacy

• Celebrate festivals and learn about the wider cultural aspects of others’ lives

• Encourage visitors and speakers into school from other religions and cultures

Teaching and Learning in Topic, PSHE and RE to encourage discussion and debate

• Raise the profile of PSHE across school, e.g. displays in classrooms and communal areas, link assemblies to PSHE etc

• Lesson observations of PSHE and training to ensure best practice is disseminated

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

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