Equality objectives at Treviglas

We will ensure that every student irrespective of race, disability, gender, religion and belief or sexual orientation is able to achieve high standards and that strategies are in place to tackle under–achievement. We will ensure that every student has access to the necessary support required to enable them to achieve their highest potential. We will ensure that the school’s procedures for disciplining students and managing behaviour are fair, effective and equitable.

Our intention is to ensure that the adults working or volunteering in the school include as much as possible a balanced gender mix, appropriate representation of diverse ethnic groups and disabled people. We believe that this will provide good role models for students from all backgrounds.

We will involve students, staff, parents, carers, and all other stakeholders in the development of our scheme.  They need to be involved from the very start and their involvement will inform the preparation, development, publication, review and reporting of the scheme. The aim is to ensure that we meet the needs of people from different ethnic backgrounds, boys and girls, and children and adults with disabilities.

Treviglas promotes equal treatment for all: students, members of staff or job applicants irrespective of race, colour, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, political belief, disability, age, gender or marital status and to ensure that this is managed in such a way that Treviglas Academy complies with Equal Opportunities legislation and Codes of Practice.

The full detail of our plan, including all the actions can be found in the single equality scheme policy on our website in this plan we cover the following:

  • publish details of how Treviglas complies with the public sector equality duty – This is updated this every year

  • our equality objectives – which are updated  at least once every 4 years

 It also includes details of:

  • eliminating discrimination (see the Equality Act 2010)

  • improving equality of opportunity for people with protected characteristics

  • consulting and involving those affected by inequality in the decisions we take to promote equality and eliminate discrimination (affected people could include parents, pupils, staff and members of the local community)