Our school received the Racial Equality Mark in January 2013.  The pupils and staff are encouraged to participate in all activities irrespective of gender, creed, colour or disability.  It is the policy of the school that there should be no discrimination with respect to a pupil’s access to any aspect of curriculum or to the life of the school.  The school buildings are completely accessible to people with disabilities.

As a school, we are an important part of a community of people and must meet the needs of the entire community.  We keep this in mind when planning the school curriculum and teaching our pupils so that we

  • Build upon the strengths of cultural diversity  in our society and  encourage our pupils to find out about other cultural and ethnic groups
  • Do our best to prevent and combat racism and discrimination
  • Meet the needs of all children, whatever their ethnic or cultural background

For further information please see our Equalities Policy