Equipment, play materials and images should reflect positively the different groups within society.
The applicant who best meets the criteria is offered the post, subject to references and checks by the Criminal Records Bureau.
Inclusive early years practice is the development of positive attitudes, clear strategies and positive approaches towards equality within early years provision.
This will raise our quality and standards of the overall setting. Managers and Leaders should create an ethos of inclusivity and acceptance where views, faithscultures and races are truly valued and children are engaged with the wider community.
We invite and welcome; Children who are disabled and those with special educational needs Those from socially excluded families, such as the homeless or those who live with a parent who is disabled or has a mental illness. Practitioners should encourage and explain the importance of acceptable behaviours such as sharing and respecting others opinions.
We base our admissions policy on a fair system. All job descriptions include a commitment to equality and diversity as part of their specifications. Aim We aim to: provide a secure environment in which all our children can flourish and in which all contributions are valued; include and value the contribution of all families to our understanding of equality and diversity; provide positive non-stereotyping information about gender roles, diverse ethnic and cultural groups and people with disabilities; improve our knowledge and understanding of issues of anti-discriminatory practice, promoting equality and valuing diversity; and make inclusion, a thread that runs through all of the activities of the setting.
That some of us believe one thing, someone else believes a totally different thing but we can all play together and respect each other. Ensuring that staff attend relevant training where appropriate.Both sexes are encouraged to explore resources and activities traditionally used by the other. Admissions The nursery is open to every family in the community. Specific individuals and groups may encounter systematic, attitudinal and physical barriers to equality because of their personal circumstances and characteristics. Appropriate opportunities will be given to children to explore, acknowledge and value similarities and differences between themselves and others. Individual Liberty — Freedom for all Children should develop a positive sense of themselves. Positive approach to diversity and promoting equality of opportunity, encourage children to respect the personality, rights and differences of others. The applicant who best meets the criteria is offered the post, subject to references and checks by the Criminal Records Bureau. We consider what might be appropriate to offer them according to their ages, stages of development and levels of understanding. Addressing equalities issues is an on going process not a one-off activity. We do not discriminate against a child with a disability or refuse a child entry to our setting because of a disability. We ensure that all parents are made aware of our equal opportunities policy. Food We work in partnership with parents to ensure that the medical, cultural and dietary needs of children are met.
Displaying of openly racist insignia, distribution of racist material, name calling, or threatening behaviour are unacceptable on or around the premises and will be dealt with in the strongest manner.