Dropmore Infant School is an inclusive school where all children, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability, are given an equal opportunity to achieve.
To promote good relations amongst different groups and a healthy understanding of the varied faiths and cultures in our world to prepare our children for life in a diverse and ever changing society.
- Develop an understanding of different faiths by inviting families into school to share their religious beliefs, festivals, ceremonies and other special occasions and by visiting local places of worship.
- Enrich experiences by inviting guests to talk to the children about their lives, endeavours and achievements.
- Tackle any form of bullying or discrimination (any incident related to race is reported to the Governing Body).
- Remove any barriers to access, participation, attainment and achievement.
- Promote pupil and staff well-being and foster good relationships through the development and implementation of a new PE and Well-being curriculum.
- Introduce and embed the new core values: Independence, Curiosity and Respect.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION
- Termly visit / learning walk by the Equalities Governor, Mr Alastair Hill.
- Register of exclusions, racist incidents and bullying.
- Head's report to Governors
- Kindness Awards in celebration Assembly (pupil to pupil / staff to pupil)
- School Development Plan - rigorous cycle of improvements
Last updated: February 2019
For more information, please read the Equalities and Cohesion policy below.