The school is committed to provide the best possible opportunity to all children and staff, for their achievement and development regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, disability, special need, class or religion. This includes travellers, asylum seekers and refugees. All children should have equal access to the curriculum and the right to an exciting learning environment that dispels ignorance, prejudice and stereotyping- this includes children with special educational needs.
The whole school community has the right to protection from insults, abuse, harassment, bullying and racism and any such behaviour will not be tolerated. The school is committed to work towards racial equality.
We promote diversity and community cohesion is part of our focused work. This is essential for the healthy self-esteem, happiness and motivation of each member of the school community.