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Equality and diversity

West Notts has policies and procedures in place ensuring everyone is treated fairly. The college uses initiatives and positive action programmes to allow staff and students to get the most from their experience.

The college is committed to enhancing the opportunities for all members of its communities regardless of their race, gender, marital/civil partnership status, sexual orientation, religion or belief, gender reassignment, disability, age or whether they are pregnant. We pride ourselves on providing a warm and welcoming environment for all. For more information about our commitment to inclusion please see our Equality and Diversity Scheme.

The college’s statement of intent for equality, diversity and inclusion is clear that we will actively and proactively eradicate all forms of abuse, harassment and discrimination and this includes acts of anti-Semitism. The college has therefore adopted the IHRA working definition of anti-Semitism as:

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

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    Positive About Disabled People

    The college is proud to hold the POSITIVE ABOUT DISABLED PEOPLE standard and takes its responsibilities towards ensuring fair access and fair advancement for all students and staff with a disability very seriously.

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    Our LGBT+ Role Models

    Staff and officials across local government, the NHS, emergency services and education have shared their experiences of coming out in a series of powerful films designed to inspire others. The films - which followed an earlier booklet - were made by media production students Emilie Wright, Matthew Hart and Saul Turner as part of the ‘Our LGBT+ Role Models’ project spearheaded by the Nottinghamshire Diversity Champions Partnership.

    See the films

  • Views from a West Notts student - Xavier Rogers

    Xavier studied the Progression to Adult Life course here at West Notts and wanted to share this letter about their experience at college .

    Read Xavier's letter

Equality and Diversity Documents

Why choose West Notts?

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96.2% A Level pass rate in 2022.

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One of the top colleges in the UK for student satisfaction.**Learner Exit Survey 2019/20

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An extensive bus service across Mansfield and the surrounding area.

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We have four campuses each boasting a number of state-of-the-art facilities.

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