Equality Objectives Statement


Success Indicator /Evidence


Review Date

1. Continue to ensure that all groups of pupils, and particularly those who may be at disadvantage, maintain at least expected levels of progress.

Analysis of pupil attainment in Pupil Progress Meetings. Monitoring of gaps in attainment across the Key stages in Curriculum Teams and note on action plans.

Annually, summer term

Annually, September

2. Maintain Asset Management and Accessibility plans, taking into consideration possible future requirements.  To be monitored by SLT and the Governors.

Site manager checklist held in school.

Annual Health and Safety audit.





3. Engender respect for different beliefs and cultures, supported by a calendar of events and celebrations.

Records of school circle time and assemblies.  Events held in school related to a variety of religions and key events.



4. All school policies to be equality impact assessed at the time of review with any identified actions considered when revising school equality and improvement plans.

Governor committee minutes.



January 2020

5. Respond to individual needs of pupils, staff and the wider school community with regard to health and well-being.

Medical and well-being policies kept up to date.

Complete Mental Health Lead training and establish mental health first aiders across the school.

Continue to use JIGSAW PSHE scheme with a strong focus on well-being.

Ensure all pupils can understand and recognise their feelings through daily discussions, zones of regulation, characteristics of learning.

Link with external agencies.

Consider in school counselling services.



Embed training Summer 2021 following second lockdown.



Summer 2021

Summer 2021

6.Publish school information on the school website and undertake consultation with all stakeholders.

Complete a school website compliance checklist ensuring all statutory information is available.

Stakeholder questionnaires and feedback regarding any changes on how the website may be used for communication.

Spring 2020.

Regular updates.

Stakeholder surveys.


7.Support pupils, families and staff through the Covid pandemic.

Remote learning protocols available on the website.

Ensure FSM pupils received food packages/vouchers.

Regular contact with all pupils via class emails, phone calls, Google Classroom, virtual parent evenings.

Liaise with external agencies, specifically focussed around SEMH.

Feel Good Fridays.

Use of JIGSAW for well-being focus.

Active Learn online reading scheme.

Resources provided to those who need it.

Spring 2021


During pandemic





Feb 2021


January 2021


Half termly

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