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Equality Objectives

Equality Objectives


Equality at Bromet Primary School


At Bromet  Primary School we recognise  our duties under the Equality Act 2010. The school’s general duties, with regards to equality are:


  • Eliminating discrimination
  • Fostering good relationships
  • Advancing equality of opportunity

 We believe that diversity is a strength and should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn, teach and visit here.

 Bromet  Primary School is committed to ensuring equality of provision throughout the school community. To achieve this, our Equality Objectives 2023 - 2025 are as follows:

  • To ensure that the achievement of identified groups is at the same level or above that of their peers in school and those nationally. 
  • To promote pupils' understanding of identity, diversity, community and equality. 
  • To promote effective transition into, within and from the school. 
  • To ensure the children are prepared for life in modern Britain and the next stage of learning.  

We will not discriminate against, harass or victimise any pupil, prospective pupil, or other member of the school community because of their:

  • Gender
  • Race
  • Disability
  • Religion or belief
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender reassignment
  • Pregnancy or maternity

Bromet  aims to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development, with special emphasis on promoting equality, diversity and eradicating prejudicial incidents for pupils and staff. Our school is committed to not only eliminating discrimination, but also increasing understanding and appreciation for diversity.

Bromet Primary School believes that success from pupils and staff can be achieved by realising the uniqueness of individuals. Creating a prejudice-free environment where individuals feel confident and at ease is a commitment of the school. This environment will be achieved by:

  • Being respectful
  • Always treating all members of the school community fairly
  • Developing an understanding of diversity and the benefits it can have
  • Adopting an inclusive attitude
  • Adopting an inclusive curriculum that is accessible to all
  • Encouraging compassion and open-mindedness

We are committed to having a balanced and fair curriculum. We believe that our pupils should be exposed to ideas and concepts that may challenge their understanding to help ensure that pupils learn to become more accepting and inclusive of others. 


Dealing with prejudice

 Bromet Primary School does not tolerate any form of prejudice-related incident. Whether direct or indirect, we treat discrimination against all members of our school with the utmost severity. When an incident is reported, through a thorough reporting procedure, our school is devoted to ensuring appropriate action is taken and a resolution is put into place which is both fair and firm.

 At Bromet, our pupils are taught to be:

  • Understanding of others
  • Celebratory of cultural diversity
  • Eager to reach their full potential
  • Inclusive
  • Aware of what constitutes discriminatory behaviour

The school’s employee’s will:

  • Promote diversity equality
  • Encourage and adopt an inclusive attitude
  • Lead by example


Equality and dignity in the workplace

Bromet Primary School does not discriminate against staff with regards to their:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Gender reassignment
  • Marital or civil partner status
  • Pregnancy or maternity
  • Race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin
  • Religion or belief
  • Sex or sexual orientation


Equality of opportunity and non-discrimination extends to the treatment of all members of the school community. All staff members are obliged to act in accordance with the school’s various policies relating to equality.

We will guarantee that no redundancy is the result of direct or indirect prejudice. All disciplinary procedures are non-prejudicial, whether they result in warnings, dismissal, or any other disciplinary action.


Objective 1: To ensure enrichment and out of school activities are made accessible to all pupils, including those with disabilities and special educational needs, to eliminate discrimination and ensure the best possible educational outcomes, by:


• Ensuring consideration is given to equality when arranging school visits and school-based activities;

• Addressing any barriers to pupils’ engagement in school visits and school-based activities through the planning and risk assessment processes.


Objective 2: To improve knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable pupils to appreciate and value difference and diversity, by:

• Promoting equality with regard to race, gender, disability, religion and ethnicity in our school curriculum.

• Promoting equality with regard to race, gender, disability, religion and ethnicity in our assemblies, making links to our core values.

• Monitoring and evaluating pupils’ attitudes and knowledge around diversity and equality.