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Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School

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Equality Objectives

Equality Objectives

Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School is an inclusive school. We are committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for all pupils, staff, parents and carers receiving services from the school, irrespective of race, gender, disability, faith, religion or socio-economic group and recognising the protected characteristics in the Equality Act. Working in partnership with parents, we provide a happy, stimulating environment rooted in Christian values. All are cared for and nurtured spiritually, morally, intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally.


Under the Equality Act 2010, we welcome our general duty to

  • Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation and any other conduct prohibited by The Equality Act 2010
  • Advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.
  • Foster good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.

We recognise our specific duties which aims to assist us to meet our general duty -

  • To annually publish information on how we are complying with the Equality Duty including to publish information on our school population.
  • To publish equality objectives every four years, which show how we plan to tackle particular inequalities and reduce or remove them

Our School Population

At Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School, we believe that diversity is a strength, which should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn, teach and visit here. Our school is a Church of England Primary School, however we welcome children from all backgrounds, abilities, races and religions.

Our school population evidences the inclusive nature of our school.

55% of our pupils are boys (114) and 45% are boys (94) .

Our pupil population consists of children from British, Indian, Chinese, White European,  White Asian, other Black African and other Asian ethnicities.

Although some of our pupils are from a Church of England background we also have pupils who are Muslim, Christian, Catholic, Hindu, and others identified as other or no religion.

We have children who are Autistic; have been assessed as dyslexic, and have ADHD

Currently, our school has 27% pupils  entitled to Pupil Premium.

Our Equal Opportunity Objectives for 2023 - 2024 are as follows:


Equality Objective 1:

To promote equality and diversity though the implementation of our new Discovery Curriculum


Why we have chosen this objective:

  • To ensure the people, places and events we study promote diversity and show the contributions made to humankind by people from a range of backgrounds

 How will we do this:

  • Evaluate every subject in our new Discovery Curriculum to ensure that equality and diversity are embraced



Equality Objective 2


To raise pupils’ understanding of equality and social justice on a local, national and global scale


Why we have chosen this objective:

  • To broaden our children’s horizons and give them the confidence and skills to become courageous advocates for change, bring more equality and social justice to our local, national and global communities.

To achieve this objective we plan to:

  • Become part of the Christian Aid Global Neighbours Scheme  


Equality Objective 3

To ensure disadvantaged pupils with poorer vocabulary and reading ability can access aspects of the new knowledge curriculum

Why we have chosen this objective

  • Our Discovery curriculum has a high level of challenge in its use of vocabulary and expectations in learning. We want to explore ways in which we can ensure disadvantaged pupils can succeed and build confidence, particularly focusing on History, Geography and Science.

To achieve this objective we plan to:

  • Carry out action research as part of an LDST project around addressing disadvantage. This will focus on the impact of pre learning as an intervention strategy with lower attaining pupils in receipt of the pupil premium.

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