The school is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination, bullying, harassment and victimisation where all members of its community are treated with respect and dignity. We work hard to ensure that this commitment, reinforced by our values (respect, resilience and responsibility), is embedded in our day to day working practices with the school community.
We provide equality of opportunity for all; irrespective of age, disability, race or racial group, religion or belief, sex, marriage or civil partnership, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, caring responsibilities, social class, or trade union activity.
Our curriculum is broad and balanced, differentiated and adjusted to meet the needs of individual students and their preferred learning styles. The school endorses the key principles which underpin the development of a highly inclusive curriculum including:
- setting suitable learning challenges
- responding to students’ diverse learning needs
- overcoming potential barriers to learning and assessment for individual and groups of students.
The school has an Accessibility Plan which details how the Governing Body of the school to increase access to education for disabled students in the three areas required by the planning duties in the Disability Discrimination Act.