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Racist incidence guidance

Managing racist and other prejudice-related incidents is part of daily school life. Most incidents are low level name-calling in the playground but even these can still have a profound effect on individuals and the life of a school.

 The purpose of these racist incidence guidelines is to assist schools to:

  • Respond to racist incidents and maintain a non-racist ethos.
  • Manage other prejudice-related incidents such as homophobia
  • Meet their statutory duties within legislation.
  • Satisfy the expectations of OFSTED.
  • Record and monitor racist incidents in order to identify actions required and evaluate the effectiveness of actions taken.

If there is an incident in your school complete the racist incidence form and send to to attendance@gloucestershire.gov.uk

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