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Reedings Junior School


At Reedings, we pride ourselves on being a welcoming and inclusive school where everyone is able to participate and feel welcome and safe.  We aim to develop a culture of inclusion and diversity in which all those connected to the school feel proud of their identity and ability to participate fully in school life.  We believe that equality should permeate all aspects of school life and is the responsibility of all members of the school and community. 

We aim to make each child’s primary school days exciting and rewarding so that they look forward to each new day of learning. By giving each individual child the tools and opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and understanding of their world and fulfil their potential, children leave Reedings as lifelong learners, ready to embrace secondary school and beyond. As well as aspiring for them to achieve academic excellence, children’s emotional well-being and happiness are valued above all, as children learn best when they feel secure and encouraged.  

Vision and Values

To be a community working together in a stimulating environment to encourage, inspire and support every child to see and reach their full potential – building happy, resilient and independent children who have a lifelong love for learning. 

  • Community  
  • Ambition  
  • Resilience  
  • Curiosity  
  • Respect  
  • Integrity 


The primary aim of Reedings is to enable all pupils to take part as fully as possible in every part of school life by ensuring the school and curriculum is accessible, developing each child’s self-confidence, recognising their strengths and encouraging them to achieve their full potential. The aim of the school is to also enable all staff and volunteers, as well as those within the wider community, to take part as fully as possible in school life. The school will take steps to advance equality of opportunity, foster good relations and eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation across all the protected characteristics within the school community. 

The Equality Act 

The equality act 2010 makes sure that people with particular characteristics are protected from discrimination. It is your right that you should not be treated differently based on:


Public Sector Equality Duty

This duty aims to:

  • Eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other prohibited conduct. 
  • Advance equality of opportunity (remove or minimise disadvantage; meet people’s needs; take account of disabilities; encourage participation in public life). 
  • Foster good relations between people (tackle prejudice and promote understanding). In practice, ‘due regard’ means giving relevant and proportionate consideration to the duty, so decision makers in schools must have due regard when making a decision, developing a policy or taking an action as to whether it may have implications for people because of their protected characteristics.