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St Bartholomew's

Primary Academy

Hand in hand we learn, we grow, we soar


‘I don’t give up and I bounce back from my mistakes.’


‘I treat others how I would like to be treated.’


‘I am friendly and caring in my words and actions.’


‘I am honest and helpful and make the right choices.’


‘I rise to a challenge and I am brave.’


‘I have love for myself, for others and for God.’

Equal Opportunities


St. Bartholomew’s Primary Academy Equality Information and Objectives.


The 2010 Equality Act places a duty on schools to publish Equality information and objectives on an annual basis.


At St. Bartholomew’s Primary Academy we aspire to:


eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation and any other conduct prohibited by the Act;

advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic1 and people who do not share it; and

foster good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.


We describe these as the three aims of the Equality Duty.2


Guidance for Church of England schools states that:


Central to Christian theology is the truth that every single one of us is made in the image of God. Every one of us is loved unconditionally by God. We must avoid, at all costs, diminishing the dignity of any individual to a stereotype or a problem. Church of England schools offer a community where everyone is a person known and loved by God, supported to know their intrinsic value. 3


Characteristics of our school population as at May 2021


Number of children on roll330
Number of girls138
Number of boys192


Pupils on roll by first language



Pupil on roll with SEN Provision

SEN (including EHCP)98
Non SEN232


Actions undertaken to promote community cohesion


Actions in school

Actions involving the local, wider and global community

  Phonics and maths workshops for parents

  • Christmas Fayre
  • Choir and Music performances
  • School Council
  • Rota Kids
  • Cake sale and coffee morning for Macmillan
  • Parent / family volunteers reading and supporting in class
  • Breakfast Club
  • Before and after school care

Adult support groups run in school by EHCo (PSA)

Regular visits for services in St. Bartholomew’s Church

Visits to museums

World Book Day

Children in Need

Local cluster sports competitions

Visits to RWB Library

Collections for charities including Harvest collection for the Local Foodbank

Choir performed at O2, London

Rota Kids

Partnership work with local cluster and DSAT schools

Choir / music performances for elderly in local care homes

Rotary Quiz



Equality Objective 2017 - 2021


Equality Objective 1
2017 - 2021

To promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through the appropriate curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity.


Embed the St Bartholomew’s values

Ensure that the PHSE curriculum (SCARF) reflects the current need and values of St Bartholomew’s

Staff training specific to ensuring equality throughout the school

Expected outcome

St Bartholomew’s values and ethos are embedded and evidenced in class observations, classrooms and displays throughout the school

Celebration assemblies are used to share examples of children displaying school values

Decide upon a curriculum which aim to broaden the knowledge and address diversity issues representative of various stakeholders within the school

Establish a reward system in place linked to the vision and values


Equality Objective 2
2017 - 2021

Work to reduce attainment gaps for specific groups of children, particularly those who are Pupil Premium (PP)


Data analysis to identify gaps

Continuation of PP specific interventions

Embedding a ‘PP first culture’

PP champion disseminates information at PDMs

Expected outcome

PP is discussed in all Pupil Progress Meetings

Ensuring all PP children’s books are marked first

Pre-teach PP children if they have been absent

Pupil premium profiles created for each pupil, including a one-page profile


1 Protected characteristics covered by the Equality Duty are: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership (but only in respect of eliminating unlawful discrimination), pregnancy and maternity, race – this includes ethnic or national origins, colour or nationality, religion or belief – this includes lack of belief, sex and sexual orientation.

2 Equality Act 2010: Specific duties to support the Equality Duty. What do I need to know? A quick start guide for public sector organisations. (Government Equalities Office). p.3.


3The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury. Valuing All God’s Children

Guidance for Church of England schools on challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. The Church of England Education Office. (Second Edition Autumn 2017) p. 5.