Arden Primary embraces a policy whereby all children are entitled to equality in their access to educational opportunities, resources and experiences.
Boundaries are decided solely by the needs and abilities of individual children.
We believe that developing children’s self esteem is crucial in enabling children to make the most of the opportunities offered to them in school. We celebrate the richness and diversity of our school community and actively encourage children to respect and understand the cultures and beliefs of others.
Curriculum access for pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) is enhanced through support from the Ethnic Diversity Service and through provision of quality visual resources.
All incidents which breach our code of Equal Opportunities are investigated, monitored and logged.
Parents are informed so we can work together to support children involved in such issues.