Bournville will begin the phased reopening of Preschool, Reception, Year 1 & Year 6 from Monday 15th June.

Opening times for these year groups are as follows:

Pre school AM: 9am-11am

Pre school PM: 12.30pm-2.30pm

Reception: 9am-2pm

Year 1: 8.40am-1.45pm

Year 6: 8.20am-1.30pm

Provision for key worker and vulnerable groups will continue as throughout lockdown.

Breakfast and after school provision will only be available for key worker children.

These sessions need to be booked in advance.

Home learning will still be available for pupils in year 2,3,4 and 5 who are not attending school.

A reopening information video and pack has produced please follow this link

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Equality Objectives

Bournville Primary School welcomes its duties under the Single Equality Policy 18-19

These duties reflect our core aims and values.


We are committed to:

  • promoting equality of opportunity
  • promoting good relations between members of different racial, cultural and religious groups and


  • eliminating unlawful discrimination


This policy sets out our commitment to tackle discrimination whether direct or indirect, individual or
institutional and promoting equality of opportunity and good relations across all areas of school
activities, including our dealing with parents and the community.


At Bournville Primary School we will continuously strive to ensure that everyone in our school is
treated with respect and dignity. Each person in our school will be given fair and equal opportunities
to develop their full potential with positive regard to gender, ethnicity, cultural and religious
background, age, sexuality or disability.


The School is committed to promoting good relations between persons of different groups and
avoiding discrimination, whether direct or indirect. The school will actively promote equality, oppose
discrimination in all its forms and foster positive attitudes, respect, equality and partnership as we
work with pupils, parents, carers and the wider community. 

Equality Objectives 2019-2022


  • To use performance data to monitor pupil achievement and respond to variations between groups of pupils, subjects, key stages, trends over time and comparisons with other schools.
  • To raise the awareness and skills of staff to promote fairness, equality and good relations in the context of their role.
  • To provide an environment that welcomes, protects and respects diverse people.
  • To ensure that all pupils and other stakeholders are given the opportunity to make a positive contribution to school life.
  • To increase pupil awareness and understanding of different communities through assemblies and cultural events.
  • To raise awareness of the impact of bullying, especially where this relates to protected characteristics.
  • To monitor the incidence of policy breaches.