Equality & Anti-Bullying Traded Service

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Support for settings to improve whole school approaches to equality and anti-bullying

Evidence shows that when children and young people feel safe and have a positive sense of belonging and identity then they learn and make good progress. Equality and anti-bullying work therefore has an essential role to play in school improvement, and in meeting statutory safeguarding and equality duties. The Equality and Anti-Bullying Service will benefit schools in ensuring Ofsted readiness and to:

  • Fulfil their statutory duty to promote wellbeing (Children’s Act, 2004) and duties under the Equality Act (2010)
  • Ensure measures are in place to prevent all forms of bullying (Education and Inspections Act, 2006)
  • Meet requirements of the Prevent Duty (2015) including support for the promotion of (British) values
  • Support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils (Education Reform Act, 1988, Ofsted Framework)
  • Receive a positive judgment under the Ofsted Framework related to personal development, behaviour and welfare
  • Closing gaps between groups of pupils or students (Ofsted Framework).
 

Supporting Schools

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Core service level agreement

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Annual SLAs to purchase

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Enhanced service level agreement

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Equality and Anti-Bullying Menu

Outline of the menu of support and provision available through the Enhanced Service Level Agreement
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Services

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Ad-hoc support and other services

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