Equality,diversity and inclusion
In England education system all children have right to equality,diversity and inclusion. Pupil rights are supported by England law. Schools practice different procedures and policies to meet these values and support children with necessary standards. Each of these values are for meet different aspects of children well-being in school. Equality is the state or quality of being equal; All children have the right to access all the opportunities which are on offer in the school provision, this should be supported by high quality teaching and learning experience. Following acts protect children and ensure equality. The Equality Act 2010 ensures equal right for everyone. All schools have a duty to make sure all pupils have equal access to the curriculum and opportunities offered to them. Every child has the equal right to learn and take part in activities regardless of personal background, sex, gender, race, age, sexual orientation, origin, caste or class, income or property, language, religion, convictions, opinions, health or disability must not result in unequal treatment under the law and should not reduce opportunities unjustifiably. Act describes that there are seven different types of discrimination. If we just ignored these guidelines we would not be offering the children the same opportunities as those we didn’t discriminate against. It is important that that school has regular reviews of the policies, procedures and practices. Children act
Concentrates on parental responsibility. Makes sure local authorities provide support for families whose children are in need. Allows children to be involved in decisions about their lives. Supports parents caring for families and protects them from harm. Ensures procedures in place to protect against child abuse. Diversity refers to the fact that we are all different. Some of us are male, some female, some tall, some short, some dark skinned, some light skinned. We...
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