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St Faith's CE School

Learning Together For All To Succeed

Equality and Diversity

Leaders’ aspirations for pupils’ academic success are matched by their determination to develop pupils’ emotional and social skills’- Ofsted 2019


At St Faith’s we are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all pupils and staff, and to providing a working environment which is free from discrimination, prejudice and harassment. We actively teach and promote the core values of kindness, respect and consideration for others as well as embracing opportunities to celebrate diversity in our school community.


We are strongly committed to equality, both as an employer and a service provider, and aim to make sure that:

  • everyone feels valued and diversity is celebrated
  • everyone is treated fairly and with respect. We recognise that people have different needs and understand that treating people fairly does not always involve treating everybody exactly the same.
  • a challenging, diverse and broad curriculum is provided
  • the use of other languages at home is recognised and appreciated as a strength
  • diversity is celebrated through the curriculum
  • We want to make sure all our pupils achieve their potential, both in terms of their academic and personal growth and therefore provide a safe, caring, stimulating and inclusive learning environment.
  • We acknowledge that for some pupils, extra support is needed to help them achieve and be successful.
  • We try to make sure that people from different groups are consulted and involved in our decision-making processes.


We outline our commitment and the principles we adhere to in more detail below as well as our current equalities objectives.