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Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the nine protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010 and how these are manifested in education settings

Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the nine protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010 and how these are manifested in education settings

L4 Introduction to Inclusion, Diversity and Equality Assessment 1

Assignment Brief

Assessment task: written assignment –scenario information sheet

Word count: 500

Weighting: 30%

Learning Outcome 2: Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the nine protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010 and how these are manifested in education settings

Scenario task

Select one of the scenarios from the three provided on pages 2 and 3. Specify the education setting you are writing for, e.g. nursery/ primary school/ activity centre.

You have been asked to run a workshop at your education setting’s next team meeting. You will use one of the scenarios for a group activity during the workshop. Write a 500 word information sheet which provides an answer to the scenario activity. The information sheet should inform your work colleagues about the Equality Act 2010 and raise their awareness of inclusion, diversity and equality.

Include the following in your information sheet:

  1. In the top right hand corner write the number of the scenario you have selected.
  2. As a heading to your information sheet write a relevant title which informs your audience about the purpose of the information sheet in its educational setting [specify nursery/ primary school/ other setting].
  3. Identify the barrier(s) to learning in your selected scenario. Referring to relevant literature, explain whether the barrier is unlawful behaviour which breaches the Equality Act 2010 or whether the barrier is a different example of inequality.
  4. Referring to relevant literature, provide evidence which indicates how this type of barrier can impact on children’s experiences of learning and outcomes.
  5. Referring to relevant literature, make a clear argument to your audience for the need for nursery/ primary school/ specify other setting [select one] practitioners to be well-informed about inclusion, diversity, equality and the Equality Act 2010.
  6. Include a word count.
  7. Use APA referencing style:
    1. Include in-text references throughout your paragraphs, in every sentence where you use evidence.
    2. On a separate sheet include a list of references.
    3. Make sure your in-text citations match your list of references, i.e. surnames (or names of organisations) referenced in the body of your work should also appear in your list of references. There should not be names in the reference list that you did not use in the body of your work.

An example information sheet is provided on page 4.

Scenarios

Select one scenario from the following three:

Example Information Sheet for Scenario 4 

A list of references is added as a separate page:


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