Equality and Diversity

At Landmarks, we are proud of the diversity of our community and see it as a strength that inspires innovation and creativity.  

We aim to provide a stimulating and enriching educational experience for all of our learners, which enables them to reach their full potential and develop a range of skills in preparation for adulthood.

We believe that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect. 

We believe all of our learners progress should not be disadvantaged because of any protected characteristic. We monitor progress within our Annual Achievement Differences Report found here.

In keeping with these principles, we are committed to building an inclusive and safe learning and working environment where the values of respect and tolerance are at the heart of College life. 

To help us achieve this, we have adopted a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment in our learning or workplace environments.

We are constantly striving to move beyond legal compliance towards best practices in promoting and celebrating equality and diversity. We have a Safeguarding, Prevent and Equalities Committee (SPEC) charged with ensuring college activities support this ambition as demonstrated within our Single Equality Scheme found below.

Legal Duties

Our equality information reports and equality objectives set out how we are meeting our legal duties under the Equality Act 2010. Our Equality Information Reports can be found here.


British Values

We follow governmental principles on British Values throughout college, these are:


Individual Liberty

  • The freedom to live as you wish and go where you want.
  • Helping you to make informed choices.
  • Taking responsibility for your choices and exercising them safely.
  • Making sure you know your rights.


Rule of Law

  • Fairness in the way people are dealt with.
  • Exploring the laws that govern and protect us.
  • Understanding the consequences if these rules are broken.
  • Considering that these may be different from religious laws.



  • The belief in freedom and equality between people.
  • A broad general knowledge & respect of public institutions and services.
  • Helping you to influence decision-making through the democratic process.
  • Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of democracy.


Mutual Respect

  • Tolerance of those with different respects and beliefs.
  • Understanding how your behaviour has an effect on your own rights and those of others.
  • Respecting other people’s differences, other cultures and ways of life.
  • Challenging prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour.


Tolerance of Different Faiths & Beliefs

  • Respecting the values, ideas and beliefs of others whilst not imposing our own on others.