Equality Statement

We aim to be a community where everyone is treated fairly and with respect. We want everyone to reach their potential, and recognise that for some pupils extra support is needed to help them to achieve and be successful.

We welcome our general duty under the Equality Act 2010 to ensure that in our day-to-day activities, practices and policies we have due regard for the need to:

  • Eliminate discrimination
  • Foster good relations and positive partnerships
  • Promote/advance equality of opportunity

We are required to publish equality information as well as equality objectives, which show how we plan to reduce or remove particular inequalities.

Equality Objective 2015 - 2019

To narrow the gap between girls and boys in writing by the end of Year 4.


In July 2015 the percentage of children achieving age-related expectations or above in writing on average across the school was 56% for boys and 67% for girls.


Curriculum redressed to promote increased boy engagement and motivation through choice of topics/themes.



Equality Objective 2013 -15

To raise the participation of girls in mathematics and narrow the gap in Average Point Scores (APS) between boys and girls over two years.


Self-esteem, confidence building girls-only booster groups, Achievement for All.


By July 2015 73% of boys and 73% of girls in Year 4 achieved age-related expectations or better in maths.


Our School Community (as at October 2016 census)

Total number of pupils 131

Numbers/percentages of pupils by protected characteristic:

Gender: Male 54% Female 46%

Ethnicity: White British 92%      White/Black Caribbean 4%         Asian/British 1% 

               Any other Asian backgound 1%                                   Other 2%

Disability: None registered

Special Educational Needs: Statements/EHCP  0%                  SEN 8%

Religion/Belief: Christian 37%   Roman Catholic 6%   Sikh 1%   Other 2%  No religion 15%   Non-specified  39%

Mother tongue: English 98%    Other 2%