Statement of intent
Gunter Primary School takes great care to treat each individual as a person in their own right, with equal rights and responsibilities to any other individual, whether they be an adult or child. The setting is committed to providing equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice for all children and families according to their individual needs.
Discrimination on the grounds of any of the ‘protected characteristics’ as outlined in the Equality Act 2010
has no place within our setting.
Should anyone believe that this policy is not being upheld, it is their duty to report the matter to the attention of the head teacher at the earliest opportunity.
"Everyone is an insider, there are no outsiders, whatever their beliefs, whatever their colour, gender or sexuality."
Desmond Tutu 2014
SEN and Disabilities policy
Pupil Premium Strategy Document
LAC policy statement
Staff and governors are committed to:
The setting is accessible to all children and families in the local community and further a field through a comprehensive and inclusive admissions policy.
It is the policy of settings not to discriminate, whether directly or indirectly in the treatment of others. All staff are expected to co-operate with the implementation, monitoring and improvement of this and other policies. All staff are expected to challenge language, actions, behaviours and attitudes which are oppressive or discriminatory on the grounds as specified in this policy. All staff are expected to participate in equal opportunities training. Adults in the school are excepted to provide good, positive role models in their approach to all issues relation to equality of opportunity.
The setting recognises the importance of training as a key factor in the implementation of an effective inclusion and equality policy. The setting will strive towards the provision of inclusion, equality and diversity training for all staff on a frequent basis.
Information about meetings and activities will be communicated in a variety of ways according to individual needs (written, verbal and translated), to ensure that all parents have information about access to the information.
Curriculum planning at Gunter reflects a commitment to equality for all, preparing pupils for life in a diverse society. The curriculum offered in the school encourages children to develop positive attitudes to people who are different from them. It encourages children to empathise with others and to begin to develop the skills of critical thinking.
We do this by:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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