Youth Challenge Primary and Secondary Equality Objectives 2021-22

Youth Challenge is part of the Bolton Impact Trust and as a trust we are a diverse organisation, where people from many different backgrounds and cultures work together. The Trust, including Youth Challenge, and its partners have a longstanding commitment to celebrating this diversity, promoting good relations between our diverse communities, and ensuring that its services are appropriate and accessible for everyone.

We are committed to improving equality and the objectives below set out our individual needs and priorities at Youth Challenge. The Trust equality objectives can be found on the trust section of our website. 

Bolton Impact Trust Equality Objectives 2021




How will we know it has been achieved  


Youth Challenge

To work with the Local Authority in ensuring the building is as accessible for all as feasibly possible.

Accessibility policy will be updated and will reflect the areas we need to develop.


A plan will be in place with the LA to address accessibility issues.

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To create an environment here at Youth Challenge which welcomes, protects and champions respect for all.

March 2022 – through a learning walk by an external visitor, the report will highlight how the environment is welcoming, it protects and champions respect for all.

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At Youth Challenge, we are committed to ensuring an equality of curricular opportunities for all our pupils irrespective of the time of their admission, the reasons for their admission or their length of their stay by having a core offer for all our pupils across all Key Stages.

Primary – December 2021 – a core offer for all pupils attending irrespective of time, length or reasons for admission for PSHCE will be in place.

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To address cultural events through assemblies, event days and the curriculum to prepare our children for a life in a diverse society.

Updated cultural capital diary of events– September 2021


Updated cultural capital policy for the year 21/22 


July 2022 – All planned activities are included in all key stage curriculum plans.

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To play an important role in the community, fostering good relations is a central part of our work to build community and social cohesion in the local area. To continue to build positive relationships with parents especially the parents who have been marginalised by previous education providers.

We will engage effectively with our communities through outside agency and community voice in order for us to understand the issues which are of importance to our communities.