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  • 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.