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Equality and Diversity


South Wilts is committed to being an open and inclusive community, where every individual is valued and supported equally regardless of their race, colour, gender, disability or sexual orientation. We were proud to be a founding part of Wiltshire’s Zee Tee campaign which raised awareness of the impact of homophobic bullying, with assemblies and the signing of pledge boards to commit to the anti-bullying message. We have welcomed students with different disabilities and worked to adapt the physical environment as far as possible them.  We are committed to supporting every student in pursuing their own individual goals and ambitions both in their academic but also their personal lives.


Useful websites and organisations:

offers support to young people, parents and schools in all aspects of bullying including cyber-bullying, bullying in school and bullying in the workplace. 0808 800 2222 Helpline (7am – midnight) calls during the night answered by Samaritans
A website for and by young people in Wiltshire. The ZeeTee Campaign, for zero tolerance of homophobic language, is being delivered across Wiltshire.  All students in the pilot schools which included SWGS have had the opportunity to see a film 'Myth Busters'. Gay students are also being offered the opportunity to meet other LGB&T young people at the monthly Alliance Night.
“The Wiltshire Youth Disabled Group have created a film “It’s the ability that counts”.    The forum allows Wiltshire Young Disabled People to meet and discuss the issues that affect them.  The group decided that they wanted to produce a film that challenges and seeks to change how we see disability. 
Is a national charity that works with young carers.  Family circumstances mean that from an early age some children and young people provide regular or ongoing care and support to another family member as a result of them having a physical or mental illness, a disability, or are struggling with substance misuse. Young carers often take on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult.
is a charity that exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.
Stonewall youth are an organisation that supports all young lesbian, gay, bi and trans people - as well as those who are questioning - here and abroad, letting them know they're not alone. Their aim is to empower all young people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, to campaign for equality and fair treatment for LGBTQ people, and against discrimination.