Equal Opportunities and Social Inclusion
It is the decision of the City of Glasgow Council to operate an equal opportunities and social inclusion policy throughout its establishments and we, of course, endorse this policy. All staff at Carmunnock (both teaching and non-teaching) promote equal opportunities and social inclusion. We aim to make all children realise that each one has equal rights and responsibilities in the life of the school. We offer extra support to those who need it, so that they may also have the opportunity to take advantage of their rights and be able to embrace their responsibilities wherever possible.
All pupils have the opportunity to take part in Glasgow City Council's Sexual Health and Relationships Education (SHRE) programme, which also aims to help the pupils develop their understanding of their rights and responsibilities within the school community.
Information and advice for parents and advice can be obtained, in the first instance, from the Head Teacher. If you feel that there is some area where practice could be improved please make your opinions known to us.
Dealing with Racial Harassment
The Education Authority requires every school to produce its own Race Equality Policy to comply with the Race relations (Amendment) Act 2000. A copy of this is held in the school office.