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Aureus School

Candytuft Way


OX11 6FF

United Kingdom

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This event will celebrate and showcase diversity, equality and inclusion in education: #BAMEed meets #WomenEd meets #LGBTed and #DisabilityEd!

Join us for a day of inspiring key note speakers, workshops and panels (not manels!)


£10 per delegate to cover catering costs


£20 to contribute to costs for any organisation wanting to support the event

  • Amnesty
  • Diverse Role Models
  • Toucan Diversity
  • Workmate


  • 9.30-10.00 - registration
  • 10.00-10.30 - welcome
  • 10.30-11.15 - workshop 1
  • 11.15-12.00 - workshop 2
  • 12.00-12.45 - workshop 3
  • 12.45-1.30 - lunch
  • 1.30-2.15 - workshop 4
  • 2.15-3.00 - workshop 5
  • 3.00-3.45 - panel
  • 3.45 - 4.00 - keynote

Confirmed Facilitators, Speakers and Session Titles:

Alison Kriel - Values-led leadership and the importance of showing up as you.

Allana Gay - Always Doing Extra

Andrea Stephens - The next trend in Leadership: BAME Women

Angela Browne - Black Women and Narratives of Struggle: Golden Opportunities to Rise

Annette Pryce - How we treat each other in work. Employment diversity, policy and practice

Anoara Mughal - Keep calm and be the change you want to see

Amy Jeetley - Empowering Women to Challenge their Beliefs

Anshi Singh - Out of Your Comfort Zone

Bennie Kara - Life Beyond Labels

Boo Spurgeon - Inclusive Sex Ed

Bukky Yusuf - Ticking 3 Boxes: Celebrating Your Differences

Carol Jones & Cheryl Day - 'Shining Through the Fishbowl' - practical strategies for interview when you're in the global majority and they're not!

Cat Salt - Being a Teacher with Special Needs

Claire Birkenshaw - Nurturing Belonging Cultures and Environments for Trans and Non-Binary YP

Claire Stewart-Hall - Reflections of a lesbian Head Teacher, parent, adopter.

Claire Price - How to Keep Your Values When the Going Gets Tough

Clare Erasmus - Empowering Students to Tackle Discrimination in Schools

Daniel Gray - My Big Gay Adventure in Education

Di Leedham - Shrink Wrapped: unpacking the assumptions of canon based education in order to include wider representation and criticality in your English curriculum and reading policies.

Gemma Curtis - Why is Homophobic Biphobic and Transphobic bullying a problem and what can we do about it?

Hannah Jepson - Can you bring your whole self to work? Exploring authentic identity

Iesha Small - The Unexpected Leader

James Aidoo - How the Lion ate the Giraffe: An exploration of exposure among BAME students

Jen Persson - Labels Last a Lifetime

Professor Jonathan Glazzard - Supporting a Culture of Inclusion for Teachers who Identify as LGBTQ in Schools

Kamil Trzebiatowski - White Non-British EAL Coordinator: My Experience of Invisible Difference

Karen Giles - Moral Leadership: Be more dog, less bully!

Lizana Oberholzer - How sharing and telling stories about difference can empower others...

Lucy Rycroft-Simth - LGBT issues in education: a situation report

Lukasz Konieczka - Intersectionality and privilege in ally ship building

Lyn Haynes - How can we support our colleagues with disabilities and impairments?

Lynne Warham - Anything to declare?

Mal Krishnasamy & Charmaine Roche - Embracing the Discomfort of your Diversity

Nadine Bernard - Opportunity to Change the Norm

Pran Patel - Outward-Facing Leadership

Ritesh Patel - Believe

Ruth Golding - 'It's ok to ask'...reasonable adjustments and meeting needs

Sam George - How to Use Talk to Build Aspirations in Girls

Sapnaa Chotai - Asserting the Arts

Sarah Vogel - Fierce Conversations

Professor Shirley Anne Tate - Transforming Institutional Culture: Racism’s Affects

Vivienne Porritt - Normal is a setting in a washing machine

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Candytuft Way


OX11 6FF

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