At our school we promote and educate our key theme of 'No Outsiders!'
How we will achieve this ethos?
Shared voice and language
Half termly lessons - linked to literature
Praise and sanction
All stakeholders buying into this
Books and other literature which celebrate diversity in our library and classrooms which can be taken home.
No Outsider Pupil Leaders
Why is this ethos so important?
Our children leave us destined for the workplace, for a role in modern Britain. We want our children to champion inclusion and celebrate diversity. To feel that they never are an outsider and to welcome all that they meet. We believe that no one is born to hate - it is learnt - we need to teach another lesson to spread love and show love.
The public sector equality act duty came into force across Great Britain on April 2011 - it means that public bodies have to consider all individuals when carrying out their day to day work - in shaping policy, in delivering services and in relation to their own employees.
We believe it is important to develop leadership skills alongside teaching our children to become good citizens within our school community, as well as the wider community. Our No Outsiders programme supports the promotion and education of diversity and equality. Our No Outsiders representatives promote this throughout the school and work closely with the No Outsiders Team to promote this important message across the school and in our local community through organising events.
We share stories that prompt discussion around key issues - through a shared dialogue and language, we promote equality and challenge discrimination.