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Equalities Information

Oak Farm Infant School is bound to comply by the Public Sector Equality Duty in the Equality Act 2010. The Public Sector Equality Duty has three main aims:

• To eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimization and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010.
• To advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.
• To foster good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.

Eliminating Discrimination

Oak Farm Infant School has the following policies in place for its pupils which are reviewed by staff and governors on a three yearly basis unless otherwise required by changes in Department of Education law.

Behaviour Policy
Statement of General Principles for a Behaviour Policy
Promoting British Values Policy

There is also a Bullying and Harassment Policy for staff which they may refer to via the school's MLE. 

Fostering Good Relations

The Oak Farm Infant School Ethos encourages good relations between all pupils regardless of whether or not they share a protected characteristic as defined by the Equality Act. Click here to look at our Ethos and School Values.

The school also runs regular assemblies on the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL). The school also celebrates and recognises days of celebration in different religions. We have a yearly visit by our local Community Policing Officer to talk about Stranger Danger.

We work with South Hillingdon School Support Network (SHSSN) to promote Olympic values and recognise olympic and paralympic achievement in our annual attendance at the SHSSN Hillingdon Olympic Awards Ceremony. In October 2016 we were fortunate to receive a visit from paralympic UK athlete Hannah Russell who held an assembly with our students to share her experiences. 

Advancing Equality of Opportunity

Oak Farm Infant School are committed to ensuring equality of opportunity defined by the following eight protected characteristics in the Equality Act 2010:

1. Age
2. Disability
3. Gender reassignment
4. Pregnancy and maternity
5. Race
6. Religion and belief
7. Gender
8. Sexual orientation

Please click on the following link for our Single Equality Plan 2015-2018 which includes the Accessibility Plan. 

• Single Equality Plan April 2015- April 2018