Annual Equality Data as February 2022
|Disability Profile||Number of pupils||% of pupils|
|Race Profile||Number of pupils||% of pupils|
|Mixed/ multiple ethnicity||1||0.31%|
|White / White British||309||95.67%|
|Asian / Asian British||8||2.48%|
|Black / African / Caribbean / Black British||2||0.62%|
|Religion / Belief Profile||Number of pupils||% of pupils|
|No religion / belief / undeclared||236||73.07%|
|Prefer not to say|
|Gender Profile||Number of pupils||% of pupils|
We have chosen not to include information within this summary regarding certain protected characteristics where we are concerned about the sensitivity or confidentiality of the data, including data relating to sexual orientation and gender identity.
As part of our compliance with the Equality Act we have also considered which information is suitable for publication. We consider it is not appropriate for us to collect some information from pupils in relation to some of the protected characteristics, including marriage/civil partnership and pregnancy/maternity. Age as a protected characteristic does not apply to pupils in schools therefore this has not been included as part of the published equality data.
Located on the north east coast just to the north of Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside is a borough with great potential and strengths: outstanding educational achievement, magnificent natural assets, easy accessibility to the coast, city and riverside, affordable housing, improving urban areas and rural areas with a high quality of life. Such attributes make our borough a great place to live, work and visit.