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About the training provider
The Griffin Schools Trust is a family of primary and secondary schools in the Midlands and the South East of England. We are committed to providing an outstanding independent-style education for all students, predicated on breadth and excellence. All schools provide a rich programme of free extra-curricular activities, create an involving and stimulating physical environment and build a staff team of interesting people who are motivated to advance their own knowledge and skills as well as their pupils’ achievement.
Training with disabilities and other needs
At GST we believe in equality for all. We are committed to ensuring all our employees and those that work with us are equipped with the knowledge, understanding and skills to challenge discrimination, injustice and associated perceptions. This means that members of the GST community consistently reflect and promote positive attitudes and behaviours. We
aim to empower all to make informed and responsible choices about their own actions. We aim to engender a personal and collective sense of responsibility and accountability to ensure that there is true equality of opportunity for all.
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Perry Wood Primary and Nursery School
St Albans Close, Worcester, Worcestershire WR5 1PP
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