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All our school policies are available for reading in the School Office and are reviewed on a regular basis.  The following policies can be viewed on this website:

Please click here to view the Anti-Bullying Policy

Please click here to view the Behaviour Policy

Please click here to view the Child Protection Policy

Please click here to view the Charging Policy

Please click here to view the Complaints Policy

Please click here to view the Health, Safety and Welfare Policy

Please click here to view the Safeguarding Policy

Please click here to view the SEND Policy

Please click here for a complete list of School policies - all policies are available to be viewed at the School Office or contact us through this website for a copy of any School policy.

The Equality Act 2010

The Equality Act 2010 requires schools:

(a) to publish information to demonstrate how they are complying with the Public Sector Equality Duty, and

(b) to prepare and publish equality objectives.

Schools have to update the published information at least annually and to publish objectives at least once every four years.

Our school seeks to eliminate discrimination and other conduct that is prohibited by the Equality Act 2010 and our school policies convey this, e.g. the equality policy, the behaviour policy, the anti-bullying policy and the personnel and pay policies. Our staff and governors are reminded of their responsibilities under the Act and this is noted in the minutes of governing body meetings.

Our school seeks to advance equality of opportunity for people who share a protected characteristic, for example disabled pupils, people from a different faith or ethnic background and gay pupils, parents or staff.

Our school seeks to foster good relations between people and groups of all kinds through aspects of the curriculum which promote tolerance and friendship, or which share understanding of a range of religions or cultures, through collective worship and through involvement with the local community.

Equality objectives

 to narrow the gap in performance of disabled pupils;

 to reduce exclusion rates for boys;

 to maintain a low number of homophobic or racist incidents;

 to raise attainment in English for boys;

 to anticipate the needs of incoming pupils from a new group, such as looked-after children or children with English as an additional language.

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