· To ensure that displays around the school reflect a variety of positive images.
· To plan a programme of assemblies which includes opportunities to enhance understanding of our multicultural society.
· To encourage adults from a broad spectrum of society to visit this school, particularly to demonstrate role models which are non-traditional for their sex, ethnicity or disability.
· To provide training and support in order to ensure that playtime supervisors uphold the principles of equal opportunities in their work with the children.
· To ensure that sanctions used in the school are the same for boys and girls and applied equally.
· To ensure that school publications reflect the commitment to equal opportunities and are free from gender or cultural bias.
· To encourage and develop positive links with the local community.
· To make all visitors feel welcome.
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Doddington Primary School is committed to prepare all pupils for living in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic society. The school will promote race equality in all dimensions of the school's life and community.
· Promote equality of opportunity for all members of the school community
· Promote good relations between people of different racial groups where they exist
· We will ensure that the culture and ethos of the school places equal value on the diverse racial faith and ethnic groups, cultural and linguistic heritage represented in our society.
We recognise we live in a multi-cultural and multi-faith community and we will offer equal opportunities to all.
We accept these definitions:-
Racism - Conduct or words which advantage or disadvantage people because of their colour or ethnic origin.
Institutional racism- The collective failure of an organisation to provide an appropriate and professional service to people because of their colour, culture or ethnic origin. It can be seen or detected in...