Soho Parish Primary

Soho Parish Primary


The Equality Act 2010                    Last updated: NOVEMBER 2016

Our school is committed to equality both as an employer and a service provider. This is embedded in both our policies and our core values (see below):


We dare to dream.


We believe that there are no limits to our potential.
We persevere.


We listen to and value everyone’s views.
We treat everyone as we would like to be treated.


We recognise we are all unique with individual needs.


We are a warm and welcoming community.

The Equality Act 2010 requires us to develop objectives and to publish information that demonstrates that we have due regard for the need to:

  • Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment, victimisation and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010
  • Advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.
  • Foster good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and people who do not share it.

Our Equality Objective 2016-17

To provide equal opportunities across the curriculum to disabled children

compliance with tHE equality act 2010

A summary of how we comply with the requirements of the Equality Act can be found here.

A summary of how we are meeting the Accessibility needs of our disabled children is available here.


Over recent years the school has admitted a number of children classed as disabled, some with complex needs including physical disabilities. Nearly all also have much lower-than-average attendance due to medical appointments/hospital visits etc.

Consequently the governors wish to focus on ensuring that we make reasonable accommodation to allow disabled chidlren to access our curriculum as widely as possible.

Why Equality is important to us

Equality for all underpins all of our Soho Parish Values.  It is very important to us that all pupils achieve their potential, regardless of ethnic and social background.  We monitor our pupils and groups very carefully to ensure that no group is underachieving and are proud to write that since 2011 no group has performed significantly below national average in their progress between Year 2 and Year 6.

Furthermore, since 2011  our school overall has significantly outperformed the national average in progress.

How are we achieving our objective ?

Please click here for our latest Equality report

In addtion to looking at academic progress, we also look at how effectively our disabled children are able to access our curriculum and whether the measures implemented have had any impact.