King Edward VI College values the diverse cultures, environments and communities of which it is part. The College strives to take a proactive approach in appreciating these differences and integrating them into its everyday life and activities. We will review policies and procedures regularly to ensure we are fully compliant with the aims of this statement.
The College has a shared and accepted culture, and strives to ensure that all its members shall be respected, listened to, supported and valued. There is a strong belief in nurturing the potential of individuals through tolerance and respect.
In realising this vision, the college believes in equality of treatment and fairness to everyone, and make sure we practise it as an employer and education provider. Whether you are a student or member of staff or applying to be one, you will be treated equally and fairly. We believe it is your right to be treated the same as anyone else, regardless of your status according to:
-Race, including, ethnic or national origins, colour or nationality
-Religion or personal belief
-Pregnancy and Maternity
The College will do everything reasonable to comply with the Equality Act of 2010 in order to:
-Eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation and any other conduct prohibited under the Act
-Advance Equality of Opportunity
-Foster Good relations between people who share a protected characteristic (above) and people who do not share it
Download our Equality and Diversity Action Plan 2012/13
Download Equal Opportunities Report 2012