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Cultural Values & Equality Objectives

Cultural Values & Equality Objectives and Action Plan 2022-2023 

Model Village Primary School have been actively involved in the development of the TEAM Education Trust Equality Objectives.  Our approach for the year ahead is tailored directly to meet the needs of our learners. 


TEAM Education Trust Cultural Values & Equality Objectives 

To promote personal development through spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through a rich range of curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of global, national and local equality and diversity 

To engage with and work alongside parents, carers and guardians to create an environment where learning reaches beyond the classroom with a series of informal and formal meetings and interactive events. 

To promote active listening to ensure that students listen to understand both themselves and others.  Each day, the schools are to have a 3 minute listening activity each day. 

To increase the volume of pupil voice by extending our school council to include a fair representation of all pupils in school and to develop this so that all Trust schools can operate in a shared culture of unity and belonging 

Model Village Primary School recognises the importance of the Trust’s Cultural Values & Equality Objectives and will be working to the four themes outlined above with three key actions over the following year. This is intended to provide the keystone on which further work can be developed. 

Equality Objectives


Milestone 1 (by July 2022)

Milestone 2 (by January 2023)

Milestone 3 (by July 2023)


Raise achievement of all children through developing partnerships with parents, carers and families

  • Key documents are translated into home languages
  • Consult with parents through regular workshops: SATs workshops, Reading Workshops, Phonics workshops
  • ‘Meet the Teacher’ meetings
  • Initial home visits – provide early assessment of needs and appropriate interventions
  • Engagement with parents shows increase in attendance / participation in workshops
  • Quality of education demonstrates increased engagement in lessons and progress in books. 
  • Parent survey completed to provide evidence of impact
  • Pupil survey completed to demonstrate positive impact 


To foster good relationships between learners and their peers through an enhanced PSHE programme, with a particular focus on protected characteristics.  

  • Gather learners’ views on perceptions of their peers 
  • Review of the PSHE curriculum to ensure planned opportunities to promote protected characteristics 
  • Review of behaviour incidents as a baseline for improvement. 
  • Revised PSHE curriculum in place 
  • Staff training to raise awareness of the PSHE developments and protected characteristics 
  • A link governor identified to hold leaders to account for improved PSHE curriculum. 
  • Lesson observations show increased emphasis in PSHE lessons on the promotion of protected characteristic 
  • Discussions with pupils show increased awareness 
  • Behaviour analysis completed and show improved empathy to each other. 


Ensure that the curriculum and environmentpromotes role models and heroes that young people identify positively with, and displays promote diversity, which reflects the school’s diversity in terms of race, gender and disability.


  • Increase in pupils participation – confidence and positive identity – is monitored through PSHE.
  • Displays reflect diversity and promote achievement for all.
  • Increased diversity is seen within School Council, TEAM Council, I-Vengers, Kindness Keepers
  • Increased achievement levels


  • Increased participation in extra-curricular activities across groups

Person responsible:  Alan Brown , to report to Governors 

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