Woodbury C of E Primary School

Equality & Diversity

At Woodbury Primary School we treat and respect everybody equally.  

We are fully committed to eliminating discrimination, harassment and victimisation, promoting equality of opportunity, good relations and positive attitudes towards all people, encouraging participation of all in public life and making reasonable adjustments to assist disabled people within our school community.

Our commitment covers equality on the grounds of: age, disability, gender, pregnancy, race, religion/belief and sexual orientation including gender reassignment. We expect our staff and governors to put in place our commitment and organisational values by: ensuring acceptable behaviour, responding to complaints and incidents in a positive, proactive and timely way, providing access to services, facilities and information, recruiting and employing people fairly and meeting specific needs.

Please see our Equality Policy for full details about how we meet our duties of the Equality Act 2010.

Our Equality Objectives 2022-2023

  • To ensure that children in all groups make at least good progress 
  • To develop support for children with emotional and mental health concerns 
  • To increase understanding and develop support for children and adults with Autism within the school community.

Equality & Diversity Statement

 The Cedar Tree Federation is committed to providing equality of opportunity for all pupils and staff, and to ensuring the working environment is free from discrimination, prejudice and harassment. We encourage respect and consideration for others and recognise and value the school as a safe place for learning as defined within our Mission statement and core values. The staff at Cedar Tree recognise that inequalities exist in all levels of society and believe that, as educators, we have a crucial role to play in eliminating racism, sexism and all forms of discrimination. We promote equality by addressing bullying, racial abuse and sexism immediately and by educating the young people in our care without prejudice.