Equality and Diversity
Warden Hill Primary School strives to provide an excellent education to ensure that all our pupils achieve their full potential in the widest sense, regardless of differences that exist between pupils and their families in terms of protected characteristics. These include:
- individuals of all faiths and none
- sexual orientation
- socio-economic background
- gender (including transgender)
- and disability
As a school, we recognise that the society within which we live is becoming increasingly enriched by diversity. We are committed to ensuring that everyone within our school community is equally valued and always treated with respect and fairness.
It is the wish and aspiration of Warden Hill Primary School, that our pupils grow up to be kind, respectful people, who are well equipped to make positive contributions both within and outside their immediate communities.
Learning to respect and understand others, including those who may have very different lives from their own, is both intrinsically important and practically necessary if they are to live and work in a context of rapidly increasing diversity.