Safiya Raqib and Helen Drought are Diversity and Inclusion leads at Waddesdon C of E Secondary School. The school recently achieved the RACE Charter Mark Silver Award. The RACE Charter Mark delivered by Fig Tree International and awarded by SSAT recognises schools wishing to demonstrate their commitment to action and improvement in relation to race equality in all aspects of their work.
Danielle Lewis-Egonu is deputy CEO for the Golden Thread Alliance, a newly formed multi academy trust. Danielle is also a member of SSAT’s primary network steering group. Here are Danielle’s reflections on the theme of women in leadership and education.
As educators, we have a responsibility to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students, as well as a well-rounded education that prepares them for the diverse, complex and interconnected world they will encounter.
In his speech at the Conservative Party conference last week, the Prime Minister launched the paper A world-class education system: The Advanced British Standard.
Life Lessons are delighted to provide a range of resources to support schools mark Black History Month, including a free webinar for PSHE leads and videos and resources to use in lessons.
In this first article in our new series by Ndah Mbawa from Happier Every Chapter, Ndah reflects upon the themes and inclusive bestsellers they curated at the start of the academic year.
From a council estate in Tower Hamlets, to studying English at Oxford: how Zero Gravity helped to unleash Fiona Zeka’s potential
Born to Kosovan refugees who moved to the UK with limited resources, Fiona knew that getting to Oxford University was far from a done deal.
You might have read the two blogs about Ofsted I wrote last term: one followed the sad news about the death of Ruth Perry, the second was an open letter to the new HMCI.
The mental health awareness charity Nip in the Bud works with professionals to produce FREE online short films and fact sheets to help primary school teachers, parents and others working with children to recognise potential mental health conditions.
Arts bytes is a national EdTech programme that utilises a bespoke, immersive, virtual gallery to offer young participants the opportunity to see their art exhibited online.