Equality and Diversity
We realise that equal opportunities raise complex and sensitive issues for people both personally and professionally. We are committed to engaging with these issues and the following policy statement sets out the framework for this:
The staff and students of the School of Education are committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of their work. The School of Education will not accept practices that intentionally or unintentionally discriminate against anyone on the grounds of colour, race, religion, nationality, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age. The School of Education is committed to supporting and implementing the Equal Opportunities Policy of the University. The staff and students of the School of Education recognise that personal relations of respect, trust, honesty and openness underpin equality of opportunity.
All members of this learning community have a role to play in making the Equal Opportunities policy a way of life rather than a statement of ideals. Feedback is always welcome, particularly in relation to the monitoring process.
Do you have any questions of comments?
You may use the form below to contact us on issues relating to equal opportunities within the School of Education. All enquiries will be treated confidentially.