“You can perform miracles by touching the hearts of those entrusted to your care.”

At De La Salle we recognise that certain groups in society have historically been disadvantaged because of unlawful discrimination they have faced due to their race, sex, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Our Mission statement is clear that as a school we will:

  • see each person in our community as an individual with their own talents, needs, hopes, dreams and aspirations.
  • provide a holistic education that challenges each of us to achieve our potential and become the person God intended us to be: spiritually, morally, academically, physically and socially.
  • walk side by side with our students to help them grow into confident, independent, kind, respectful and tolerant adults, with a strong sense of social responsibility, ready to make a valuable contribution to the world of tomorrow.
  • create a safe and supportive environment where those of all faiths, and none, can explore, share, discuss and celebrate their spirituality.


This page houses many of the policies, protocols and information which clarify how we will achieve this and how we have in place a range of actions to eliminate prejudice, unlawful discrimination and victimisation within the school community and workforce.

Useful Documents

Please visit our Policies Page to read:

Equality Information and Objectives Policy

Admissions Policy

St Helens Council Comprehensive Equality Policy

Accessibility Plan

SEND Policy

Lasallian Respect Statement


Click here to view our Parent Charter.


Click here to view workforce diversity data.