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Kimpton Primary School

Enjoying our learning journey, travelling forward together.

Headteacher: Mrs Clements

High Street, Kimpton, Hitchin
Hertfordshire SG4 8RB

01438 832394

Achieving today and ready for tomorrow.

Equality Objectives

At Kimpton Primary School we believe that diversity is a strength, which should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn, teach and visit here. We are committed to ensuring a high equality of education and opportunity for all pupils. Inclusion at Kimpton Primary School is about providing equality and excellence for all in order to promote the highest possible standards of achievement. It also ensures that we recognise and celebrate the differences that exist amongst us, that we treat all people fairly and that we strive to eliminate discrimination wherever it exists. This is a whole school policy – equality applies to all members of the school community: pupils, staff, governors, parents and community members.

Kimpton Primary School is committed to ensuring equality of provision throughout the school community.  To achieve this our equality objectives 2020-2024 are as follows:


Equality Objective 1

Over the next four years the learning environment will consist of a better provision of spaces for small group interventions to support disadvantaged pupils and those with special educational needs and disability (SEND).

Why have we chosen this objective?

In past years the attainment and progress of disadvantaged pupils and those with SEND has been lower than other pupils. One way we have sought to address this is by planning and providing small group interventions, however, we are sometimes limited by the spaces available. Furthermore we believe we can improve the suitability of the spaces currently used to make them more conducive to teaching and learning.

 Equality Objective 2

Over the next four years the attendance of disadvantaged pupils and pupils with SEND will improve year on year and by July 2023 to be in line with the national school attendance figure or higher.

Why have we chosen this objective?

In past years the attendance of pupils and those with SEND has been lower than other pupils. Reasons for low attendance can be complex, however, individual pupils are disadvantaged if due to poor attendance they receive less education than their peers.

Equality Objective 3

For the range of extra-curricular activities on offer to be adequately diverse to attract equal numbers of boys and girls and the same proportions of disadvantaged pupils and pupils with SEND that are found across the school.

Why have we chosen this objective?

We offer a range of extra-curricular activities for pupils to attend within and just after school time.  We believe these contribute to a child’s development and are of educational value.  We want to ensure that all pupils can benefit from participating in a club or activity and that the range on offer is diverse enough and accessible enough to encourage participation from all.