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The African Caribbean Education Network

ACEN, founded in 2019, seeks to address inequity and racial justice by improving Black underrepresentation and experiences in influential education and workplace environments.

We do this via anti-racism training, workshops, and events for teachers and students. We also provide consultancy that includes but is not limited to recruitment and HR, admissions, marketing, dispute resolution and policy guidance to schools in the independent, grammar and comprehensive sectors.

In addition, we have an active network of Black parents, Black students, Black teachers, Black governors, as well as schools and educators that share best practice.

Other activities include careers and graduate outreach services for private and public sector organisations, mentoring and work experience programmes for students in years 10-13, an 11+ preparation school for students hoping to access independent & grammar schools, and a leader’s programme for students capable of academic stretch with an interest in areas of sociology. This programme is run in conjunction with some of the country’s top academic independent schools and it is for students in years 9-13.

Our teacher and student training modules are co designed by teachers and academics.

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