‘Active Ingredients for Tackling Disadvantage’
Listen to the latest podcast from Marc Rowland (Unity Research School) where Marc shares with us his insights into the keys of success to changing culture, values and expectations to address disadvantage.
SAfE and Diverse Educators
SAfE and Diverse Educators invite you to join our programme of training for schools. We are really pleased to be working in partnership with Diverse Educators, a training organisation founded by Bennie Kara and Hannah Wilson. Diverse Educators is committed to moving the agenda forwards regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in our school system with a vision that aligns with SAfE’s and our commitment to Educational Equity.
Find out more here
SAfE Supporting Continuous Improvement for Inclusion
The SAfE and Surrey Inclusion Framework provides a platform for all schools to access in order to evaluate and identify how further developments in inclusive practices can be facilitated. The Supporting Continuous Improvement for Inclusion adopts the following model, providing schools with access to SAfE’s online self-evaluation tools, hosted on the Evaluate My School (EMS) platform.
- Self-evaluation : Discussions and reflections on practices, rating each of the none dimensions of inclusion.
- Action Planning : Identifying a few key areas to further develop their inclusive practices. Working with staff to identify strategies and approaches to help meet targets.
- Quad working : Opportunities to meet with colleagues from matched schools to discuss plans, explore ways forward and positively challenge one another to consider a range of strategies to further develop inclusion.
- Coaching : Developing and embedding coaching approaches will help support sustainable improvements in inclusion across Surrey
To find out more about the SCII project or to get a login for the Surrey Inclusion Framework please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Limit Less campaign
The Limit Less campaign (led by the Institute for Physics and the NGA) is calling for every school in the UK and Ireland to become truly inclusive – by taking a whole-school approach to equity. This involves the entire school community working together to create a plan to dismantle the barriers students face. Their website provides resources for a whole-school approach to equity and inclusion.
Take a look at the resources and in particular their very short but powerful animation.