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At Malvern we aim to raise awareness and understanding of the Equalities Act to further advance equality of opportunity at Malvern.

  • We have a whole school approach to eliminating discrimination and promoting inclusion and diversity
  • We have a whole school consistency of approach to the protected characteristics.
  • We ensure that pupils at Malvern understand equality and are able to articulate their opinions and thoughts in an age appropriate manner.

We promote inclusion and diversity by:

  • refining our curriculum to include significant individuals who reflect the diversity of modern Britain and the wider world.
  • Whole School Display including the Gallery of Greatness showcases children’s knowledge of equality
  • We use the Jigsaw PHSE scheme
  • We work in collaboration with LFC Foundation to understand diversity in our community
  • We give our children the opportunity to participate in a public speaking competition, where they need to be able to articulate their thoughts and opinions in a respectful and age appropriate manner
  • Staff have taken part in No Outsiders CPD

Gallery of Greatness

Our Gallery of Greatness is a place where our community celebrate fantastically great people. The gallery is curated to include inspirational individuals that reflect the diversity that exists within Modern Britain and the wider world. Every half-term, the gallery features a ‘spotlight on’ feature. This is an opportunity to celebrate achievement on an individual level. In October, we decided to feature pupils from our school in the gallery in recognition of our own fantastically great children.

Malvern Primary School is committed to ensuring equality of provision throughout the school community. To achieve this, our equality objectives are as follows:

  • To promote cultural development and understanding through a rich range of experience, both in and beyond the school
  • To tackle prejudice and promote understanding in relation to people with disabilities
  • To ensure that pupils, parents and staff understand an accurate definition of bullying and ensure that school processes and procedures are effective in preventing it and tackling it should any form of bullying occur.
  • Ensure that the difference between the attainment and progress of boys and girls in all our classes is diminished
  • To ensure that all pupils are given similar opportunities with regards to after-school clubs and activities
  • To allow equal access to information for all parents
  • To ensure that our curriculum provision for relationships and sex education matches the requirements from the newly updated Religious Education curriculum
  • To ensure the school environment is accessible as possible to all pupils, staff and visitors.

Updated June 2023

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