0118 937 5429
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The governors are committed to providing an environment where children, parents, staff and visitors recognise that all of us have equal value and a right to respect, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or culture.
We believe that enhancing self-esteem is an essential part of raising standards.
1. To ensure that everyone who wishes to work within the setting, whether on a paid or voluntary basis should have the opportunity to do so, with the proviso that the needs and welfare of the children are paramount.
2. To show respect for the children in the setting, their families and society as a whole and welcome the diversity of the backgrounds from which they come.
3. To respect the individual needs of each child, and that we will provide the appropriate support and resources to meet these needs.
4. To allow children to develop in an environment free from prejudice and discrimination, where they will be encouraged to value the differences and similarities between themselves and others, both within and outside the nursery.
5. To choose materials that will ensure that stereotypes are avoided in order to give a balanced view of the world and help children to appreciate the multi-cultural and diverse nature of our society.
6. To use all available resources to enhance the quality of provision. We particularly value the specialist expertise offered by families.
Teaching methods and role of staff
1. Planning strategies to ensure that each child has equal access to the whole curriculum.
2. Careful observation and record keeping ensuring that we are planning and supporting each child’s needs.
3. Helping children to recognise and respect the similarities and differences which society presents.
We have a commitment to build on and extend the resources available. This will include provision of equipment and training for staff.
Monitoring and Evaluation
The team of staff will evaluate our work on a regular basis, celebrate and build upon successes, and identify areas that require further development.
To be reviewed May 2019