Inclusive Education: A national treasure

My grandson Nehemiah turns two in August. He is a super cute, charming, smiley, funny, fearless, energetic toddler who is into everything. He already loves his music and books and he seems to be under the impression that he is a world class gymnast!

SSAT Women in Leadership and Education

Thank you to everyone who joined us for SSAT’s Women in Leadership and Education event on 4 May. The contributions of all our speakers and participants made for a powerful, thought provoking and truly inspirational day.

How coaching can help us in our schools

It continues to be a pleasure to have conversations with teachers and leaders, about how coaching is being approached in their schools, and how they are planning to develop this aspect of their work, to more greatly benefit staff and students.

Creating Anti-Racist School Communities

In the light of recent news, Angelina Idun considers the responsibility schools have for tackling discrimination and reflects on how listening to our children and young people can help us move our race equality work forward.

A good time to reflect

SSAT’s Summer Series event in April focused on creating anti-racist school communities. We were honoured to be able to draw on the knowledge, experience and insight of British-Nigerian historian, broadcaster and film maker Professor David Olusoga, who provided a keynote input that was thought provoking, empowering and moving.

SSAT Summer Series: A pamphlet

Over the course of the summer term of 2021, a series of online events brought together leaders from all phases across the country and further afield. Angelina Idun, Director at SSAT writes.

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