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Differentiation and Equality


The Headteacher and the staff of the school have a commitment to the individual needs of all pupils.


  • Differentiated tasks will meet the needs of individual pupils and thorough planning and assessment will ensure careful monitoring of their progress. There will be appropriate choice of resources and variation in pace, teaching style and organisation.
  • There are high expectations of what all pupils can achieve.
  • Pupils will be encouraged to think for themselves, to ask questions, to contribute ideas and to take some responsibility for their own learning.


Under the Equality Act 2010, schools have a responsibility to address the issue of equalities. They are charged with the responsibilies of eliminating discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations. To show compliance with these duties schools must publish certain information including at least one equality objective. In this section you will find the information that Barton School holds.