Birmingham City Council's Respect and Anti-Bullying Pledge
Birmingham City Council's Anti-Bullying Pledge
Birmingham City Council is committed to treating people of all races, religions, age, genders and disabilities with respect in accordance with UNICEF's Rights of of the Child.
Selly Oak Nursery School's staff are dedicated to treating everyone with the respect they deserve and promote anti-bullying and mutual friendship in all of our children, as well as following the Equality Act 2010.
'Our School is founded on principles upholding the dignity and rights of the individual. Respectful relationships are at the core of our school community, allowing everyone to respect and understand those they meet. It is our aim that we all develop the skills needed to embrace the responsibilities of being an outstanding learner, an active citizen and make Birmingham a great place to grow up in.'