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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leadership Programme - cohort 2

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Every school needs a plan for establishing, embedding and sustaining their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy

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CONTEXT:

Why is this programme needed?

• Every school needs a plan for establishing, embedding and sustaining their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy

• Every school needs to commit to turning their vision intro provision

• Every school needs a leader to drive this agenda forwards

How will the programme be delivered?

• Delivered online through a series of interactive workshops

• Intersessional research tasks to be undertaken by all participants

• Delivered by 2 former Headteachers who have led this work in their own schools and in grassroots communities

• Group coaching as follow up support

• Recommended reading list

What does the programme involve?

As facilitators we have been careful to construct a programme that recognises the ongoing nature of this work. Our delivery is sensitive to the fact that not every school is where they want to be and so with a non-judgemental and practical approach the programme will support each school we work with to set out their current roadblocks and plan a sustainable route map.

We believe that supporting and challenging individuals in their beliefs around diversity, equity and inclusion matters, as well as ensuring cultural commitment to the work at a strategic level, are the best means of securing safe and inclusive schools for the whole community

Who is the Programme For?

• This programme is to support schools who want to develop their DEI efforts and who are ready to nominate, develop and remunerate a DEI leader.

• We believe that every school should have someone who is designated to take on this leadership role, someone who is dedicated to being or committed to becoming a DEI activist.

CONTENT:

• Session 1: Context: Making the political case - Human Rights / Case Law

• Session 2: Context: Making the political personal - The Social Justice Case

Intersessional work – Audit the staff culture

• Session 3: Exploring: Staff feelings about DEI culture (reflecting on the audits)

• Session 4: Developing: Training and Support for staff – The Plan

• Session 5: Exploring: Why diversify the curriculum?

Intersessional work – Audit the curriculum

• Session 6: Developing: Diversifying the curriculum - The Plan

• Session 7: Exploring: How do our policies and procedures, vision and values support our ambitions for DEI in our schools?

• Session 8: Embedding: Drawing together the plan, identifying the strategic leadership of the plan

COHORT 2 DATES:

• Wednesday 20th January (14.00-15.00) – introductory session

• Wednesday 24th February (13.00-16.00) – session 1

• Wednesday 17th March 13.00-16.00) – session 2

• Wednesday 21st April (13.00-16.00) – session 3

• Wednesday 19th May (13.00-16.00) – session 4

• Wednesday 23rd June (13.00-16.00) – session 5

• Wednesday 21st July (13.00-16.00) – session 6

• Wednesday 22nd September (13.00-16.00) – session 7

• Wednesday 20th October (13.00-16.00) – session 8

• Wednesday 17th November (14.00-15.00) – celebration session

PAYMENTS:

Please email Hannah to request an invoice: hello@hannah-wilson.co.uk

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