Public Sector Equality Duty 2010
Under the Equality Act 2010 schools have three general duties which they need to demonstrate they give due regard to. Schools have a specific duty to publish one equality objective which must be reviewed within four years.
At Rosherville equality is at the heart of everything we do and is driven through the shared Values that we hold as a Church of England School as follows:- Thankfulness; Fellowship; Trust; Compassion: Courage; Wisdom. These values permeate across all aspects of school life.
Advancing equality of opportunity between those who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.
At Rosherville we advance equality through a fully inclusive philosophy and strive to ensure that every pupil is given the best possible opportunity to achieve their personal best. This is achieved through careful monitoring of each pupil’s progress and targeted support put into place as a result of consultation with teachers, pupils, parents and outside agencies. We strive to ensure that no group of pupils is left behind.
Fostering good relations between those who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.
Fostering good relationships between all pupils and families at Rosherville is achieved through celebrating a range of religious and cultural festivals and events across the year groups, enabling the children and their families to understand the similarities and differences that we all share and hold dear. Our inclusive philosophy ensures that everyone involved in the life of Rosherville Primary Academy is treated fairly, with respect and on an equal basis.