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Cinnamon Brow CE Primary School is committed to the Church of England's vision for an education that enables people to live life in all its fullness and fulfils the words of Jesus in John 10:10, 'I came that they might have life, and have it abundantly'. Central to this, is the truth that every single one of us is made in the image of God and every one of us is loved unconditionally by God.

Cinnamon Brow CE Primary School offers a community where everyone is a person known and loved by God, supported to know their intrinsic value.

Public bodies, including local-authority-maintained schools, are covered by the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010 and the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) Regulations 2011.  This means that we need to publish:

  • details of how our school is complying with the public sector equality duty (we need to update this each year)
  • our school's equality objectives (these need to be updated at least once every four years)
  • Please find this information for Cinnamon Brow CE Primary below.

What is the diversity of our school population?

March 2021

87% white British, 4.2% any other white background, 2.1% white and black African, 1.5% any other black background, 1.5% any other mixed background, 0.9% Pakistani, 0.6% any other Asian background, 0.6% black African, 0.6% other ethnic group, 0.3% white Irish, 0.3% white and black Carribean, 0.3% white and Asian 

How are we performing in relation to the three aims of the equality duty?

  • Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation

We consider we do well against this aim. Our Christian Ethos and Aims support this work as well as our approach to pastoral support. 

  • Advance equality of opportunity

We encourage participation in sport for those with disability through our partnership work with Warrington School Sports Partnership (WaSSP) and through residentials.

We encourage participation in pupil voice groups: School Parliament, Anti-bullying Ambassadors, Global Citizen Action Group, Reading Ambassadors and Worship Wonders. These groups provide a voice for our pupils and those involved have a high profile within the school community

  • Foster good relations

We have a Parents Forum, offer 'meet the teacher' and open evening events and have an open door approach.  There is also aa member of the senior leadership team and the welfare officer on the playground gates every day.

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