Solihull School is firmly committed to maintaining a culture of diversity, inclusion and equity in all aspects of school life, nurturing everyone’s ability to thrive in a non-hostile environment, regardless of race, religion, age, sex and gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy and fertility status, disability and neurodiversity. We celebrate our school’s blend of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and have a strong and all-encompassing stance against any form of discrimination.
Through the modelling and guidance of our leaders, our policies and procedures, our curricular, co-curricular and pastoral programmes, and with an open communication policy where the individual’s view and wellbeing are centre-stage, we strive in our daily work to continue to learn and respond to our community’s needs and lived experiences, holding firm to our school aims, ethos and rule. We recognise the need for ongoing reflection and evaluation against a chosen recognised quality standard, not shying away from taking the necessary corrective and preventive action if required.
- We will PERSEVERE with humility in our fight for an equal and just world.
- Nobody’s AMBITION will be impaired because of discrimination.
- Everyone will have the same OPPORTUNITY to flourish in their life.
- The visible and invisible qualities that make our school COMMUNITY are welcomed, encouraged and fought for.
In having a clear vision of the positive and progressive impact firm anti-discrimination structures can have in our world, recognising our role in nurturing well-rounded individuals who are a force for good, Solihull’s Rule - Members of the school shall in all circumstances conduct themselves in a proper and sensible manner – demands all forms of inequality are everyone’s concern.
If you would like further information, our Anti-discrimination Lead is Mrs Louise Rooney, Head of Wellbeing and Personal Development RooneyL@solsch.org.uk