Great Representation Volume 1
We are delighted to share the case studies produced by the first cohort of schools on the Great Representation programme in 2021-22.
The programme, addresses race inequity in schools and the 23 participating schools explored issues such as:
- how to talk to staff and pupils about race
- how to diversify and decolonise the curriculum
- how to increase race diversity in staff, governing and trust bodies
Each school wrote a case study, telling the story of the work they had undertaken towards becoming an anti-racist school. These studies can be accessed below along with a digital copy of the book.
We hope that you find the book inspiring and interesting and that it will assist you in your anti-racism work.
* Hertfordshire schools can download the book for free via the Grid website
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Alison Dawkins explores how writing that is for assessments can also be written for pleasure.23 May 2023
The fragile threads of mental health: why we should maintain a watchful eye on mental health in our schools
The fragile threads of mental health: why we should maintain a watchful eye on mental health in our schools.Black and minority ethnic (BME), Health & Wellbeing, Leadership, Curriculum, Subject knowledge 17 May 2023
Doug Harmer explores barriers to learning and their correlation with a ‘sense of belonging’.Disadvantaged & Vulnerable, Ofsted, School improvement, Curriculum 16 May 2023