Equality and Diversity Statement

“You are, all of you, sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. All baptised in Christ, you have clothed yourself in Christ and there are no more distinctions between Jew and Greek, slave and free, male and female, but all of you are one in Jesus Christ”

Galatians 3: 26-29


To ensure that all staff are fully aware of the requirements of the Act and the implications of this for delivery of their subject through effective staff training.

To raise awareness of indirect discrimination which can occur when policies, criteria and practices inadvertently result in pupils with a particular characteristic being treated worse than other pupils.

To review the subjects covered in PSHE to ensure they include equality and diversity.

To collect and analyse data to ensure all groups are making good progress and no group is subject to disadvantage.


Statement of Commitment: Racism in Catholic Schools 

There is no place for racism in our Church and education community. The Diocese of Brentwood is actively working with pupils, teachers, parents, governors and service providers, through the Brentwood Diocesan Education Service, to promote inclusion and a culture of respect. We believe that every person is created in the image and likeness of God and we uphold fairness and justice for all people.

The Diocese of Brentwood is committed to:


"Supporting Catholic schools to provide excellent education where pupils flourish, and Christ is made known to all."