Teaching approaches and strategies will be developed to combat racism, sexism and class distinction in order to positively promote relationships, attitudes and the appropriate functioning of pupils.
We will promote children’s sense of identity and respect as a fundamental aspect of their development. They have a right to health, individuality, respect, dignity, opportunities for learning and socialisation with adult and children, freedom from discrimination such as racism, or sexism, and cultural diversity.
Decisions about the organisation of registers, seating and grouping arrangements are not made on the basis of gender, disability or ethnicity.
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