Equality and Inclusion
At Coombe we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all our students, whatever their race, gender, gender identity, background, physical need or learning ability. The curriculum challenges injustice and develops a sense of community that links to the culture, ethos and local context of the school. Students' perspectives expand as they develop their understanding of cultural, social, moral and personal development through tutor programmes, PSHE lessons and through the wider school curriculum. There is a focus on British values and individuals’ rights and responsibilities, where students learn how their choices impact on themselves and the wider community. We continue to work closely alongside our student body to drive the importance of equality and diversity across the school, staying abreast with any national or global events which require discussion or action.
The SENDCo and pastoral teams effectively coordinate information, care and guidance pertaining to the curriculum needs of students, parents and carers with protected characteristics.
We pride ourselves on being a boys’ secondary school and are fully committed to developing our students to become confident, resilient, successful leaders that are READY, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIBLE citizens that play an active role in our global society.