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The Diversity Mark

 

Spring Meadow Primary School and 'School House' Nursery is currently working towards the Diversity Mark Bronze Award and are hoping to gain accreditation during the Autumn Term 2022.

 

Mrs Patrick is responsible for Diversity and Equity at our school and is leading our engagement with the Diversity Mark.

 

 

 

The Diversity Mark

 

"The Diversity Mark was launched in 2014 to create a focus on more inclusive practice in education. Since then, the Diversity Mark has grown into the leading improvement framework in education. The programme is used within Early Years, Schools and Colleges across the United Kingdom. The Diversity Mark logo signifies a network of members, committed to inclusion, sharing best practice and collaborating across sectors. The Diversity Mark is also a tool used to develop better diversity practice and improved educational outcomes."

The Diversity Mark

 

 

The Bronze Award

 

To gain the Bronze Award, we have to be able to show the school's commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion by providing evidence that we meet the following standards:

 

  1. The school can demonstrate a commitment to building an ethos of inclusion and equality of educational outcomes.
  2. The school can demonstrate it has a nominated lead for inclusion and can show evidence of SLT support for the inclusion and diversity programme.
  3. The school where appropriate has a nominated link Governor with responsibility for monitoring the inclusion agenda and progress.
  4. The school can show that students, parents and support staff understand the importance of inclusion, equality and diversity.
  5. The school can show that robust structures have been developed and students engaged in developing the approach to inclusion.
  6. The school can show it has relevant policies in place in line with current legislation and Codes of Practice.
  7. The school can demonstrate records of specific training for staff relating to equality, inclusion and diversity and has professional development records.
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