At Witton-le-Wear Primary School, we treat everyone equally and fairly regardless of…
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We believe that all pupils have an equal right to develop and achieve their potential. Equality of opportunity underpins the school curriculum and the work of the school. Children at Tow Law Millennium are treated as individuals with their own abilities, difficulties, attitudes, backgrounds and experiences.
Educate and Celebrate
This year, we’ve got the brilliant opportunity to be involved in the ‘Educate and Celebrate’ Best Practice Programme, which aims to ‘transform schools and organisations into LGBT+ Friendly places, creating a safe environment for staff, students, governors and parents to thrive and achieve, enabling everyone to be themselves without fear of discrimination.’ The aim of the programme is very simple – to stamp out any form of homophobic or transphobic bullying by educating children about LGBT issues, using stories, assemblies, the curriculum – any way we can. The programme is approved and supported by Durham Council and many primary and secondary schools in the area have already completed it.
We have worked hard through the year and invite you to view some of our work and activities. (Link to be added)