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Equality and inclusion are at the heart of Frederick Bremer School. Treating everyone equally is at the heart of everything we do. We accept others for who they are and respect differences. Our aim is to provide an excellent education for all our students and we strive to work hard to continue to improve students’ attainment and the standards of teaching and learning.
At the same time we will continue to concentrate on meeting the needs of the whole person and the wider community because we understand that life is a lesson and a as our students engage with their local community and wider world this has an impact on their understanding of life and, therefore their education. In this sense, every person matters.
The Equality Act 2010 gathers together various different pieces of equality legislation which have been developed over a number of recent years. It sets out some key equality provisions for the delivery of education and a requirement for public bodies to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relationships between different groups. Against the background of the UK’s increasingly diverse communities, Frederick Bremer School recognises that this Act plays a major role in recognising the UK’s historic commitment to tolerance. The Equality Act 2010 is, therefore, an important and significant piece of legislation for our school because its key provisions underpin the aim of Frederick Bremer itself: an equal and inclusive society in which difference is understood, embraced and respected. This School is committed to meeting its obligations within the law and being a good expression of our own commitment to equality.