|Group||Percentage of School Community|
|English as an Additional Language||23%|
|Special Educational Needs||21%|
|Non- White British||33%|
At Bishop Alexander L.E.A.D Academy, we welcome our duties under the Equality Act 2010. The school’s general duties, with regards to equality are:
- Eliminating discrimination
- Fostering good relationships
- Advancing equality of opportunity
It covers all aspects of academy life to do with how we treat pupils and prospective pupils, parents and carers, employees, and members of the community. Everything our academy does must be fair, non-discriminatory and not put individuals or groups of people at a disadvantage.
We will not discriminate against, harass or victimise any pupil, prospective pupil, or other member of the school community because of their:
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation
- Gender reassignment
- Pregnancy or maternity
We want our pupils and members of our academy community to feel safe from discrimination and feel valued as unique individuals.
We do this through:
- A broad and balanced, inclusive curriculum
- Treating all members of the community fairly
- Exposing our pupils to concepts and ideas which may challenge their understanding and encourages them to be accepting of difference and promotes positive inclusive attitudes
- Encouraging an environment of openness and discussion
Bishop Alexander L.E.A.D Academy is committed to ensuring equality of provision throughout the school community. To achieve this, our Equality Objectives 2022-2026 are as follows:
To monitor and analyse pupil achievement by groups including, but not limited to, race, gender and disability, and act on any trends or patterns that require additional support or adaptations for pupils
Measurement: There are no significant gaps between groups of pupil achievement.
Action: Where this occurs, pupil progress meetings and other monitoring opportunities, ensures immediate action is taken to reduce the attainment gaps.
To provide a framework of opportunities and experiences that ensures no pupil is disadvantaged by their background or social circumstances, to ensure pupils achieve personal and educational goals
Measurement: The school creates a pathway of goals for the pupils to achieve by the time they leave Y6.
Action: Build this pathway with all stakeholders
To create opportunities where pupils (and other members of the community) feel able to discuss celebrate their uniqueness.
Measurement: Number of pupils engaged in these activities is recorded and increasing.
Action: Pupil active involvement in events such as assembly, lessons and enrichment.