It is school policy that all children, parents and staff and visitors should be treated equally regardless of gender, transgender, sexuality, age, maternity and paternity, marriage and civil union, race, religion, nationality, social background or disability.
In our school we aim to create a caring atmosphere where each individual is respected and valued and where children have the same educational and social opportunities. By fostering respect and understanding of various cultures, racial and religious groups, we prepare children to live in Britain’s multi-cultural society.
Therefore we do not tolerate:
- words or actions which upset an individual or group to make them feel left out, inferior or victimised
- words or actions which are offensive to other races, religions, cultures, people of a different gender or with a disability
Hate Crime in Manchester
There are reports of hate crime happening within our local area. If you feel you are or have been a victim of hate crime then there are a number of ways you can report it. Click on the link below for more information. You will find details of third party hate crime centres within the parents section of the website.
If you feel you are unable to report an incident of hate crime then please speak to a member of the school safeguarding team who can help advise you further.
Hate Crime reporting centres
There are a number of third party hate crime reporting centres within Manchester which can be found through an internet search engine. Please click on the link below to one of the local centres.