Paddock School

Paddock  School

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Equality Objectives 2018-2021

The Equality Act 2010 requires schools to publish specific and measurable Equality Objectives. Paddock School is committed to and passionate about equality for all.  Our Equality Objectives are based on our analysis of data and other evidence. They focus on areas on which we have agreed to take action to improve equality and tackle disadvantages. We will regularly review the progress we are making to meet our equality objectives.

Aim Action to be taken Timescale Resources Impact
To achieve the Equalities Award

To form a working party to lead the school through the award

 

To provide training for all staff and governors related to The Equalities Award

 

To use opportunities as they arise during INSET and other staff meetings to provide training on equality and diversity

 

Through a process of supported self-evaluation use the Equalities audit to identify and review the many ways in which we engender equality of opportunity and raise outcomes for all learners

October 2019

Equalities Award Registration to use audit

Outcomes for all learners will be raised

 

All staff and governors aware of legislation and responsibilities of all stakeholders

 

Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, safeguarding and fundamental British values will be promoted

 

Incidents of bullying will be reduced/staff and stakeholders will have a greater understanding of this issue
To Promote Understanding and Respect for Differences

Identify opportunities in the curriculum to look at other cultures/countries, study famous people from ethnic minorities and with a variety of abilities and to celebrate diversity

 

Audit of current resources

 

Use collective worship as an opportunity to celebrate festivals of a range of cultures and countries
On-going Identified Resources to promote these opportunities

Greater understanding and respect for differences.

 

The school ethos and

curriculum promotes respect for the differences of the school community

 

Issues are covered through lessons, assemblies and staff

training
To Promote Understanding of Special Educational Needs within the Wider Community

Working party to consider stakeholders and create action plan linked to The Equalities Award

 

Promote specialist training opportunities at Paddock amongst the wider mainstream community

 

Through our work experience offer (in house and off-site) train others in structured teaching approaches
On-going Identified Resources to promote these opportunities

Greater understanding of our pupils potential

 

Greater understanding of effective strategies to promote pupil independence

 

Pupil achievement will be maximised as correct systems will be in place for them to succeed