Crown Lane Primary School & Children's Centre

Crown Lane Primary School

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

(Ofsted 2023) "Leaders have high aspirations for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)"

At Crown Lane, we are proud of our richly diverse community and we celebrate the skills, talents, aspirations and achievements of everyone.  This is underpinned by our Crown Lane Values of  Kindness, Ambition, Respect, Responsibility, Inclusivity and Commitment.

We have opportunities across our whole curriculum to promote equality, diversity and inclusion, from the range of texts we read in English to the topics we study in History.

Black History is embedded in our curriculum, through the range of topics and figures we learn about and the books we read.  In addition to this, we celebrate Black History Month with a different theme each year.

Raising the Game

We are proud to part of the Raising the Game initiative run by Lambeth.  We are committed to the Raising the Game aims of raising academic achievement, improving the educational experience and narrowing the attainment gap for Black Caribbean pupils in Lambeth. As well as the Aim High programme, which shares inspirational talks from successful black professionals, we will also be part of the roll-out of the Anti-Racism framework.  Our Racial Justice Champion is Ruth Grimwood.

Crown Lane are proud adopters of The Halo Code together with the Halo Collective, who are building a future without hair discrimination.  

The Halo Code

Equality information and objectives