#DiverseEd Partners


Diverse Educators is a growing community of people who are committed to moving the agenda forwards regarding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in our schools. A diverse education is inclusive, it creates a sense of belonging by celebrating the intersectionality of our identity.

Beginning in the grassroots space, #DiverseEd has relied on the generosity of our community in gifting their time, experience and expertise as a resource for others to learn and develop from. Each of our events has been made possible through the support of contributors, exhibitors and partners.

A range of different partners have sponsored aspects of each event over the last 3 years, to enable us to make the #DiverseEd events as accessible as possible for the community to attend.

We are delighted to have formalised our relationship with 4 of our partners for the 2020-21 academic year. Each organisation we have partnered with is aligned with the Diverse Educator’s vision, mission and values:
  • The Alliance for Learning Teaching School is a partnership of primary/secondary schools, colleges, universities and organisations from across the North-West, who share their knowledge/skills to collaborate and innovate to the best possible outcomes for our children, young people and of course our colleagues.
  • The GEC is a Manifesto, an online Community of 10K+ and a Collective of subject matter experts. We were founded two years ago by two award-winning technologists and mums, Nic Ponsford and Cat Wildman.
  • Leeds Beckett University are a Higher Education Institution that is committed to placing social justice at the core of their work.
  • Lyfta is a digital platform which immerses children in global human stories as a dynamic curriculum resource.
  • Teacheroo is a global teacher social network which enables educators to connect with a community of like-minded individuals.

We would like to express our gratitude to our partners for supporting Diverse Educators and for sponsoring the creation of the website to enable us to amplify the impactful work that each organisation does to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion agenda in the school system.


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