Explain What Is Meant by Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Essays

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Explain what is meant by diversity, equality and inclusion

Diversity, equality and inclusion will be explained and examples give throughout. I will also look at ways in which setting can promote the different values, and looking at the different examples form by own settings. I will also briefly look at the different laws and codes relating to diversity, equality and inclusion.
"All children, irrespective of ethnicity, culture or religion, home language, family background, learning difficulties or disabilities, gender or ability should have the opportunity to experience challenging and enjoyable programme of learning and development." (Statutory Framework 1.15)
For some children to reach the every child matters outcomes they
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The Quran is seen as the word of god revealed to this messenger Muhammad. They believe that god is one and has no equal and is the creator of all things and holds power over them. Lives that are grateful and praise giving obedience to god will be rewarded in the Day of Resurrection and those who obeyed gods commandments will be dwelled in forever in paradise and those who have sinned will be condemned to the fires of hell. There are five essential duties known as the pillars of Islam. 1. Shahabad – profession of faith, there is no god but god and Muhammad is the messenger of god. 2. Salat – formal prayer, performed at fixed times hours five times a day. Facing the holy city of mecca. 3. Almsgiving – through the payment of Zakat/Purification, act of worship and duty of sharing ones wealth. 4. Fast (saum) – done during the month of Ramadan 5. Hall or Pilgrimage to Mecca – at least once during one’s lifetime.

At the settings that I work in, they work to include all children regales of whom they are or their backgrounds. All of our setting is wheel chair friendly with no steps and wide doors; we have large print books and books with sounds. When planning activities we look at the children we have and plan around them especially if we have any children with disabilities with always try to include them. At the moment I am not working with any children with disabilities, but I am working in a school that has