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C of E Primary School

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Living Well Together

No Outsiders


As part of our Living Well Together curriculum, we follow a scheme called No Outsiders. This scheme was created by Andrew Moffat MBE, who was nominated for the Global Teacher Prize in 2018-2019. No Outsiders has three core values:


  • Respect for diversity through education in schools
  • Commitment to community cohesion through understanding and acceptance of difference
  • Promotion of dialogue to counter fear and hate in society 


No Outsiders has been introduced this academic year and involves the use of age-appropriate books to teach about seven of the protected characteristics of the Equality Act 2010. These include: 


  • age
  • disability
  • gender reassignment
  • race
  • religion or belief
  • gender
  • sexual orientation


It is important that we create a school culture in which children, staff and the community work together to foster an environment of inclusivity through effective spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) and character education. We believe it is vital that our pupils can discuss inappropriate and discriminative language and understand how to address boundaries in order to prepare them for a future in modern Britain.


We strive to ensure that our pupils are surrounded by a consistent message:


  • There are no outsiders here.
  • Everyone is different.
  • We like being different.
  • We are all equal in our difference.
  • I can get along with you even if we are different.
  • We live in the UK and our British Values support this. The law says this, too. 


We work alongside our families to deliver this message of inclusivity. 

'No Outsiders' Hall Displays

Teaching Children Diversity and Tolerance | Andrew Moffat, Birmingham | Global Teacher Prize

Inspire Session for KS1 Parents

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Inspire Session for KS2 Parents

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