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Our All Staff Training

Our All Staff Training

Our Training Offer

We support primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and special schools with their DEI training needs.

We deliver face-to-face or virtual INSET and twilight professional learning sessions.

We facilitate core DEI training for all staff including teachers, leaders, governors and operational staff.

Our training sessions include:
  • Developing an understanding of key DEI concepts and language
  • Reflecting on our own identities and lived experience
  • Exploring our power, privilege and blind spots
  • Creating an inclusive culture
  • Sharing collective responsibility
  • Modelling inclusive behaviours
  • Holding one another to account
Our clients include:
  • Brentford Girls’ School
  • British School Muscat
  • Christ’s Hospital School
  • Dr Challoner’s Grammar School for Boys
  • Dr Challoner’s High School for Girls
  • Fulham College
  • Halcyon International School
  • Halesowen College
  • Handsworth Girls’ School
  • Hatton Special School
  • High Storrs Secondary School
  • Knighton Mead Primary School
  • Jersey College for Boys
  • Jersey College for Girls
  • Jersey College Primary
  • Langley Park Girls’ School
  • Pinner Wood Primary School
  • Villiers School
  • West Buckland School

The ‘Introduction to DEI’ training we received was perfectly pitched to ginite purposeful discussions. It was sensitively delivered and provided a great starting point for a confident continuation of the discussions for this really important aspect for schools.

Cath Bufton-Green, Headteacher, The Gateway School

Thank you so much for this morning – the powerful conversations have continued over lunchtime and I feel confident that you have enabled us to think clearly about where we need to and want to go next with this work.

Jenny Slinger, Principal

Thanks so much for Tuesday’s session – staff are still talking about it! I think it was a really great way to start the discussion and I think that people are understanding the need to ‘feel comfortable with the uncomfortable.’ It was a thought provoking, emotional and very relevant session.

Sarah Marriott, Headteacher