Equality and Diversity

Mill Green School is committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering community cohesion between people within the local community.

We are committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for disabled pupils, staff and all those receiving services from the school.

We recognise that the term disability has a wide meaning both medically and legally, and encompasses both physical and non-physical conditions which requires Mill Green to provide a diverse range of responses to ensure equality of education & opportunity for all pupils, staff and visitors to the school.

Our belief that all learners should have equal access to the curriculum is addressed as follows:

  • All learners will have access to the curriculum through the use of specialist equipment, resources, teaching and learning strategies and tasks. This includes meeting appropriately agreed reasonable adjustments to ensure that the school environment is accessible as possible.  All adjustments are based on individual needs
  • Specific learning and teaching strategies are used to maximise access to the curriculum for learners with identified cohorts and those with barriers to learning.
  • Teaching and Learning strategies, resources and planning aim to reflect our multi-cultural society.
  • Gender Equality is promoted by ensuring that all learners have access to all aspects of the curriculum.
  • Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, specifically provisions currently contained within the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 & Equality Act 2010

Further information can be found in our Equality and Diversity Policy and Public Sector Equality Duty Statement.

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