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Archbishop Cranmer CofE Primary Academy Striving for life in all its fullness. John 10: 10

Equality Statement and Information

Equality Statement      

We at Archbishop Cranmer CE Academy aim to ensure that: All pupils and members of staff are provided with opportunities to fulfil their potential whatever their sex, race, colour ethnic or national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation, disability or religious belief. 

 

Archbishop Cranmer CE Primary Academy seeks to ensure that no member of the school community, or any person through their contact with the school, receives less favourable treatment on any grounds which cannot be shown to be justified. These principles apply to all members of the extended school community – pupils, staff, governors, parents and community members.

 

Through our school ethos, curriculum and community links, we will work towards:

· a common vision

· a sense of belonging for all

· similar life opportunities for all

· strong and positive relationships between different communities.

 

We conduct a programme of ‘quality control’ lesson observations to monitor provision and pupil progress data within each year group which is carefully scrutinised throughout the year. End of year information, including performance data as presented by ASP and FFT, is analysed by the school leadership team, in collaboration with the governing body. We also aim to conduct annual pupil, staff and parent questionnaires. All of this informs our current view that there are no identifiable groups of children across the school who are either under-performing or who feel discriminated against. We are never complacent and we are committed to working diligently in line with following Equality Objectives, as well as the action points identified in our School Development Plan.

 

In line with the Public Sector Equality Duty 2011, our Equality Objectives for 2019-2023 are below.

  • To treat all children and adults with courtesy and challenge any type of intolerant attitude, comment or action that undermines the value or dignity of others
  • Improve the participation and engagement of different groups of parents and communities
  • We promote the issues of equality and diversity as a key part of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular opportunities, including experiences both in and beyond the school and ensure that all pupils are given similar opportunities with regards to after-school clubs, activities and educational visits and experiences
  • We ensure that all school staff are alert to identifying where a pupil or family might be experiencing    disadvantage, in order that remedial action might be taken
  • We strive to ensure all children make at least ‘good’ academic progress on their journey through the school and if any under-achievement is identified in any particular group we put actions in place to rectify this.

Please see our Equality policy for information on how we action these.

 

 

Context of our school

 

Our school is slightly smaller than average. A one-form entry school with pupils organised into 6 classes: four single form entry, and two mixed year group classes.  Extended school provision includes breakfast and after school clubs.

The school is situated in Aslockton, a rural Nottinghamshire village. Almost all pupils are from White British family backgrounds and nominally Christian. We have a  small number  from minority ethnic backgrounds and no EAL pupils. Christianity is the main religion represented at the school. The social and economic circumstances of the pupils are relatively advantaged overall. There is  little deprivation and many pupils are from families where parents are in business or work in the professions. The proportion of pupils eligible for free meals is typically low.

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