Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Pleasingly, educators as a whole in 2022 have a greater understanding of the significance of equity, and how this should ideally play out in our own school’s context.
Fundamentally, it starts with recognising, acknowledging and examining what diversity looks like. It requires us to think about how equity can be perceived, and how this may still result in an unfair outcome – a lack of inclusion – for many of our young people. It is now the duty of all schools to shine a light on pupils’ lived experience (good or bad), as well as that of the society around them. Moreover, we are called to equip our young people with the confidence to correctly identify injustice, and to seek fairness for all.
This is one of the principal reasons for which my role at QEH Bristol was created earlier this year. Our equity work has thus far focused on three key areas: racial inequality, gender inequality and pupil voice; shining light in dark and often unexamined corners, and galvanising our pupils’ ability to speak out – and be heard.
TEAMS FINISH IN EVERY TEN TORS
RAISED FOR CHARITIES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
CHORISTERS IN THE SCHOOL CHOIR
IN NATIONAL CHESS FINALS
DEVELOPMENT OF FAILAND SPORTS GROUND
A*-B AT A-LEVEL
We spent at least four years considering which would be the right school for our boys and from the moment we walked into QEH Juniors we had the feeling that this was the right school.
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