The Disability Discrimination Act 1995:
This act aims in taking steps to make reasonable adjustments to overcome the physical barriers to access for disabled people.

The Sex Discrimination Act 1975:
According to this act, it is unlawful to discriminate on the grounds of sex, marital status or gender reassignment

The Race Relations Act 1976:
This act prohibits discrimination on the grounds of colour, race, nationality or ethnic origins.

Health and Safety at Work Act 1974:
This act aims at protecting people against risks to health and safety in connection with their activities at work.

Data Protection Act 1998:
This act aims at safeguarding the rights of individuals regarding processing of personal data and its movement.

The Private Security Industry Act 2001
Under the Act individuals cannot do certain types of work related to the security industry, unless they hold a licence issued by the Security Industry Authority.


Every person has the right to be educated in a safe & friendly environment, where all individual needs are met. I will explain the meaning of inclusion, equality & diversity.
Inclusion means involving every student in all classroom activities; it is ensuring that nobody is excluded directly on indirectly.

Equality is about giving everyone the right to learn, regardless their age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief and sexual orientation.

Diversity is valuing and promoting differences among students.
It is vital that these are embedded in teaching practice & is crucial to accept that every student is different & that they will have different learning styles & needs. Students may also come from various cultural backgrounds, therefore, whilst preparing my teaching sessions I would ensure that nothing could be viewed as insulting or disrespectful. I encourage my students to be proud of their culture & ensure students respect one another.


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