Marlborough Primary School is a welcoming and inclusive community school where diversity is embraced and celebrated.
Our expectations and aspirations of our children and each other are high regardless of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation or disability.
Achievement for All is our motto.
Our equalities statement is guided by the following core values:
- Equality in diversity – we are all equal
- Enabling and inclusive – we include everyone
And the following principles:
- Difference is recognised and respected
- We are a community of learners and as such share a sense of belonging underpinned by positive relationships and a can do attitude
- We aim to reduce and challenge barriers to equality that already exist
In line with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) of the Equality Act 2010 we publish the following data (RBKC School Profile Report 2016/17)
Number of pupils 343 52% male 48% female
Number of staff 49 16% male 84% female
Number of governors 14 43% male 57% female
Attainment on entry Low
Pupil mobility High
Free School meals 13%
Ethnicity: 22% any other ethnic group, 18% White other, 14% Black African, 13% White British, 14% any other mixed background, 3% Asian Bangladeshi, 4% Asian Pakistani, 2% Asian Indian, 5% Black Caribbean, 3% White Asian, 1% Asian other, 1% White/Black Caribbean, 2% White/Black African
English as an additional language 48%
Special Educational Needs 10%
Average attendance data 95.2%
Awards, accreditations, recognitions Healthy Schools Award Silver, Sustainable Travel 2016 Gold,
Our equality objectives 2016-18
To promote community cohesion within the school and beyond through events and opportunities that encourage families to come together and feel part of a ‘thriving connected community’.
To identify the barriers to achievement for children and find ways to overcome them in partnership with parents.
To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development though a broad range of curricular and extra-curricular opportunities, ensuring equality of opportunity.
To develop a mind-set that is learning orientated rather than performance orientated.
To ensure that prejudice related bullying is eradicated in relation to the protected characteristic listed in the Quality Act 2010.
- To continue to develop our work with parents, especially those who may feel isolated, have EAL or other barriers, through one to one meetings, structured conversations, workshops and social events
- To ensure that our interventions are focused on narrowing the gap between pupil premium and non-pupil premium children and achievement for all
- To expand on our cultural offer for children across the school through the further development of our creative curriculum, visits and visitors and extra-curricular programs in music and dance
- To involve children in the reflective practitioner cycle so teachers receive regular feedback from children about learning and children are reflecting on themselves as learners
- To ensure the effective inclusion of pupils with autism into our new autism provision and mainstream school