Equality & Diversity
The College is a diverse community and we are proud of this!
The College will provide an inclusive, personalised learning and working environment in which students, staff and visitors are valued as individuals, according to their merits, abilities and potential.
National Centre for Diversity - Top 100 2016
In May 2014 we achieved the Investors in Diversity Stage 2 award, that recognises our ongoing commitment to the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in order to create a culture of openness and acceptance.
There are a number of characteristics that are protected by the law, through the Equality Act, 2010.
Our aim is to advance equality, tackle discrimination and foster good relations in the wider community, so you can talk to your Personal Tutor, your Director of Studies or any member of the Well-Being Centre about any of these issues.
The College also produces these documents:
- Publication of Equality Objectives.
- Summary of Student Protected Characteristics.
Both updated annually. (2016-17 update pending)
Equality & Diversity News
From 'The Guardian' 26th January 2016 - Columnist, Owen Jones speaks to former student, Olly Alexander, about facing mental ill health
College Staff Inspired by NAS Ambassador Robyn Steward
Broadcaster, author and artist, Robyn Steward, gave an inspiring and informative training session to College staff on the different aspects of autism. Read about Robyn's visit here.
Everyday Sexism Author, Laura Bates, Visits College
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism website and author of the bestselling book of the same name recently visited Hereford Sixth Form College. You can read about her visit here.
Aerosol Arabic's Visit to Hereford Sixth Form College
Language Day – over 50 languages are spoken at Hereford Sixth Form College
Student Induction, September 2015:
Friend of the college, Trevor Gordon met new students to talk about the themes of community, respect for diversity and fundamental British values.