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Chilvers Coton Community School and Nursery

Caring, Sharing and Learning Together

Equality

At Chilvers Coton School we treat everyone as individuals and everyone has the same equal rights. To do this we;

 

  • do not discriminate against anyone, be they staff or pupil, on the grounds of their sex, race, colour, religion, nationality, ethnic or national origins. This is in line with the 1976 Race Relations Act and covers both direct and indirect discrimination.

  •  promote the principles of fairness and justice for all through the education that we provide in our school.

  •  ensure that all pupils have equal access to the full range of educational opportunities provided by the school.

  • constantly strive to remove any forms of indirect discrimination that may form barriers to learning.

  • ensure that all recruitment, employment, promotion and training systems are fair to all, and provide opportunities for everyone to achieve.

  • challenge stereotyping and prejudice whenever it occurs.

  • celebrate the cultural diversity of our community and show respect for all minority groups.

  • are aware that prejudice and stereotyping is caused by low self-image and lack of understanding. Through positive educational experiences and support for each individual’s point of view, we aim to promote positive social attitudes and respect for all

  •  are committed to raising awareness of the threat from violent extremist groups and the risks for young people. We will endeavour to protect vulnerable groups and manage risks associated with radicalisation (also see our prevent policy)

Equality Objectives 

1. To ensure that our curriculum reflects our diverse community; particularly our wider curriculum of art, music and history.

2. To develop children's knowledge and understanding of their own religion and culture and the similarities and differences in religions and cultures different to their own, as well as recognising that some people don't have a religion 

3. To close gaps in attainment; particularly between girls and boys, pupils with SEND and no SEND and pupils who are eligible for Pupil Premium funding and pupils who aren't in all areas of the curriculum 

4. To monitor and promote the involvement of all groups of students in the extra-curricular life of the school, including leadership opportunities, especially students with special educational needs.

Parent Information

We are here to support parents in any way possible, so if you do need support please speak to your child's class teacher

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