The staff at Alfred Salter School value the fact that our children come from varied backgrounds and from different countries around the world, are of different races and religions and that some speak languages other than English.
We think this makes us a privileged community.
Everybody in the school has rights. We encourage everyone to respect and value them. We consider any behaviour or attitude that threatens these rights as prejudice and we are committed to challenging prejudice wherever it arises.
We do not allow racist name-calling or racial harassment of any kind at this school. We do not want any child or group of children to be made to feel inferior or left out of the life of the school.
We want all children in this school to have equal opportunities in terms of their work, their play and relationships, so that they can develop and go on to use those opportunities in the future.
We have an Equal Opportunities Statement which you are asked to read and sign when your child is admitted to the school, to show us that you are also committed to these rights.
A school environment which reflects this commitment will support high achievement for all pupils.