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Equality and Inclusion

Our curriculum is: Exploring the WorldMe

We aim to:

  • Create an ethos in which all pupils feel safehappyvalued and secure
  • Implement a curriculum which explores the world and the people in itrecognising talent and achievements from a wide range of communities and cultures
  • Support children to explore values their roots and heritage in the world
  • Have high expectations of all to achieve the best of their ability
  • Develop holistic needs
  • Embrace the principles of UNICEF and the RightsRespect and Responsibilities Agenda
  • Nurture diversity
  • Build self-esteemconfidence and identity
  • Remove or minimise barriers
  • Promote racial equality
  • Facilitate challenging learning for all abilities
  • Actively challenge and tackle racial behaviour and discrimination


Breaking the boundaries of a homogenous locality, pupils are encouraged to explore the world and learn about themselves and their place in it. Children have daily opportunities to ask questions and to reflect. We are committed to building knowledge and skills and encourage learners to:

  • Have open minds
  • Listen carefully and with consideration
  • Have the courage of their convictions
  • Speak up
  • Negotiate
  • Evaluate
  • Build on the ideas of others
  • Justify with reasons
  • Forgive
  • Empathise and seek to understand
  • Communicate effectively

Learning at Ranvilles facilitates opportunities for learners to explore and identify values, learning today for the challenges of tomorrow. Learning is ambitious and explorative, challenging children to think hard, with open-minds, to push new boundaries and become path makers. Together we focus on discovering what is happening now to enable our pupils to be kind, educated citizens and knowledgeable, compassionate future leaders.

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) lines of enquiry and learning are at the heart of learning. Children actively explore global cultural differences, similarities and values. They evaluate, reflect and actively engage in research, discussion, collaborative and individual pursuits to establish considered, personal viewpoints.

Our diverse curriculum provokes deep thought and reflection; core questions linked to Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural learning (SMSC) drive collaboration and a quest for knowledge and understanding. We have designed a curriculum that fulfils the requirements of the National Curriculum and meets the needs of the pupils in our school while promoting values of:

  • Democracy
  • The rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect
  • Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
Equalities Objectives

Behaviours and Attitudes

Behaviour and attitudes of pupils are promoted through Ranvilles STARS.

Through our Behaviour and Attitudes STARS we underpin the need for all learners to feel safe in school physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. We promote equality of opportunity and good relations. We build self-esteem and confidence in our pupils so that they can use these qualities to influence their own relationships with others.

Staying safe physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually

Developing skills and talents to promote curiosity, creative thinking and perseverance

Challenging and supporting each other to master and explore learning in depth

Being kind, making significant contributions and valuing diversity

Developing high functioning, personal qualities to make positive contributions