Equality and diversity

Our Muslim faith teaches us the importance of mutual respect for all people, regardless of difference. Equality of opportunity is at the heart of our values as a school. We are against all forms of discrimination – whether that be on grounds of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, disability or age. We oppose all forms of intolerance towards any group, however manifested – including Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, homophobia or racism. We have zero tolerance to any form of discrimination or prejudice.

We teach our children about the importance of respect, tolerance and community service. Our students understand their responsibilities and learn about the importance of ‘giving something back’ to the community. Our staff model the sort of behaviours and attitudes we want our children to learn.

We regularly review our systems and procedures to make sure they are fair for all students and enable all groups to make the sort of fantastic progress we want for all our students.

Click here for our Annual Equalities Statement

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