Redlands Primary School

  1. Statutory Information
  2. Equality Objectives

Equality Objectives


Redlands Primary School is an inclusive, welcoming school where everyone is highly valued and where tolerance, honesty, co-operation and mutual respect for others are fostered.  At Redlands, we are committed to the development of the whole person within a supportive, secure and creative environment, with a broad, balanced and appropriate curriculum which provides equal opportunity for all pupils to maximise their potential.  We endeavour to promote positive relationships with parents, governors and members of the wider community. We believe that equality should permeate all aspects of school life and is the responsibility of all members of the school and community.

At Redlands Primary School, we aim to promote equality and diversity, addressing any form of discrimination, thus actively promoting harmonious relations in all areas of school life. We believe that diversity is our strength, which should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn, teach and visit us. We seek to remove any barriers to access, participation, progression, attainment and achievement, and take seriously our contribution towards community cohesion.  At our school, diversity means acknowledging that there are differences between people that should be recognised, respected and celebrated, promoting respect of each other’s differences and identities. We celebrate and raise awareness of diversity within the school and in the wider community, including our British Values.  Therefore, we believe that teaching children about diversity prepares them for life in modern Britain. 

We have developed our policy through the Equality Act 2010. We want our children to learn that we all belong together regardless of different races, religions, sexualities, genders, abilities and ages. We encourage children to be proud of their differences and to understand the importance of not discriminating against, or being unfair to others, because of their differences.