- The way it provides education for pupils.
- How it provides pupils access to any benefit, facility or service.
- Excluding a pupil or subjecting them to any other detriment.
- Treating a person less favourably because they have one or more characteristics would be unlawful.
The protected characteristics are: Age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, race, pregnancy/maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation.
The protected characteristics of age and marriage/civil partnership apply to schools as employers, but not in relation to their provision for pupils.
The School must conform to legal standards in treating all children equally regardless of race, gender, age and disability. We have an Action Plan to ensure that we do so.
Diversity of School Population
Presently in our school we have:
If any of our children do not make required progress - staff will always ensure the child has intervention.
This school recognises the individuality of all of the children and tries to include the requirements of each child (within the Equality framework detailed above) through an Inclusion Policy.