Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Training for your Leadership Teams and Governors.
Our experienced consultants will work in partnership with you to support the embedding of gender and sexual orientation throughout your nursery, primary, secondary school or college.
The bespoke training course is applicable to schools and colleges in all sectors.
Our Leadership and Governor training is specifically designed to onboard all stakeholders effectively and safely.
You can access the training as a stand-alone course or for maximum benefit you can run in conjunction with the PRIDE in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award leading to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award for your school.
Data collected from an EDI Leadership Team Training in May 2022;
Over the 12-month programme you will receive a series of collaborative webinars on how to embed your EDI objectives successfully and effectively with maximum impact.
Policy, Website, Systems and Language
Working with stakeholders
(staff, governors, pupils, the wider community)
Taking an intersectional approach to curriculum development
Delivered online over 12 months.
When you book in conjunction with the PRIDE in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award
Our school cohorts start in January and September.
You can register at any time to reserve your place for the next cohort.
Please complete the form at the bottom of the page.
'I really think this is a hugely valuable set of complex and far reaching issues for our schools to make serious time to think further on how we best'
'I found the session well-balanced, informative and a bit frightening in terms of realising what I did not know!'
'I have so much admiration for the important work that you do, and only wish it had been around when I was at school - but I am very happy that today's young people will hopefully be having more positive experiences as a result.'
'Very up beat and inspirational - definitely an achievement to keep everyone on board on a Thursday night! Time went so quickly which means we were having fun and learning!'
'I love that this challenged leadership to consider how this impacts staff and pupils e.g. dress codes/ how teachers are referred to/ separating kids by gender for sports. I am also pleased that others are being challenged as some practises have frustrated me e.g. 'boys vs girls' games. '