REDDAM HOUSE EMBRACES & CELEBRATES DIVERSITY
The recent events highlighting racism and inequality are a reminder that we must continue to push for fairness and inclusion at every opportunity. Therefore, we would like to take this opportunity to share our approach.
One of the most important pillars in the foundation of Reddam House schools, is our firm and unequivocal stance against any form of racial, sexual, and religious discrimination. It is not simply a policy. It is integral to the spirit of how we educate, play sport, socialise, recruit staff members, and engage with each other in every possible way.
We always encourage our students to speak to teachers or mentors on any matters that concern them with the assurance of confidentiality and support. In addition to this, we have also established accessible and more confidential platforms - safe spaces - in which students can seek help even when it is painful or difficult to do so.
In every school, the Deputy Head is responsible for student welfare and pastoral care. The School Counsellors are always available to listen and support any student. Together with the Heads of School and student bodies, this network plays a vital role in ensuring there is always someone available. This network is there to listen, but they are also required to act, resolve and follow up on any form of discrimination that impacts on the wellbeing of our students, and on their pride and happiness at being part of our family.
We will not tolerate discrimination or inequality of any sort in our schools and we will give our students the safety and confidence to speak out against it. Inclusivity and fairness are fundamental to who we are at Reddam House Schools.
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