Everyone is entitled to receive support to achieve their potential regardless of their age, ethnic background, disability, gender, religion, sexuality or social grouping. You are entitled to be treated with respect and in return, are expected to respect others.
The College supports and promotes the principle of equality of opportunity in all aspects of its work. All reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that all applicants and students are treated equally and fairly, irrespective of age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, race, nationality, culture and religion or belief.
Equality Means Saying No To Bullying
If you are picked on by others (students or staff) in any way – for example: hurtful name-calling, or jokes, unwanted physical contact, threats, texts or emails – seek help. Tell your tutor or lecturers or see one of the staff in the Student Centre or Wellbeing Centre.