This document describes how the Governing Body of Gorseland Primary School intends to fulfil its responsibilities under the Public Sector Equality Duty with regard to its workforce. The Equality Objectives will be part of the School Development Plan.
We will have due regard to the need to:
We will collect and use equality information to help us to:
Identify key issues;
We will work towards developing an equality profile of staff to help us to understand key equality issues in our workforce, including any evidence of pay gaps or ‘occupational segregation’ i.e. staff with certain protected characteristics being over-represented in particular roles. In addition, we note that it is likely to be useful to collect and consider information, appropriately disaggregated, about:
Publication of Equality Information
We will collect and use enough workforce information to effectively meet the general equality duty. Where relevant and proportionate we will publish on our website some information about the impact of our employment functions on people with the different protected characteristics in order to demonstrate compliance with the general equality duty.
Equality Duty Compliance Document
Our workforce is 8 males and 77 females.
There was 15 fixed term exclusion in 2015/2016.
There were 1 incidents of a racist or bullying nature in 2015/2016.