Enabling Equity in Education: Strategies to remove the ACE of racism

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An Open Conversation promoted by the LAH Racial Justice Workgroup. CPD certificate will be provided upon attendance.

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Enabling Equity and Liberation in Education: Strategies to remove the ACE of racism

This is the third online quarterly Open Conversation promoted by the London ACEs Hub Racial Justice Workgroup.

Participants will have an opportunity to hear from three inspiring practitioners who are committed to raising awareness of the impacts of the adverse childhood experience (ACE) of racism upon children and young people in educational settings.

We will be able to reflect upon our experiences in education, our perceptions and preconceptions and the ways we relate to one another. The connection between ACEs, racism and the 4 As of education: Attachment, Attendance, Attainment and Affiliation will also be addressed as well as practical trauma-informed and antiracist steps to create positive changes.

There will be plenty of opportunities to interact, develop allyship and learn together during the live webinar.

To download the programme, click here.

We look forward to seeing you on the 17th!


Special Guests Bios

Sakhile Mpofu

With a background in Neuroscience and Behavioural Science, Sakhile trained and taught in one of the foremost deprived areas in Birmingham. This experience, at the interface between education and social mobility, motivated Sakhile’s launching of Tipe (Trauma-Informed Practice Environments). Sakhile has fostered over the years a deep appreciation of the significant role several factors have on Children and Young People’s capacity to learn and engage with education institutions. Demonstrating the benefits of this understanding remains an inherent driver of Sakhile’s continued work in London and beyond.

Peaches, The Edutainer

Peaches, the Edutainer is a national and internationally acclaimed youth engagement practitioner and creative mentor who innovatively uses education and entertainment to nurture, nourish and empower children, young people, and families in various settings. As a specialist, working with the minoritised and socially excluded who have experienced ACEs and trauma, Peaches develops, facilitates and advocates healing centred workshops and programs specific to the needs of the community. In addition, she is a co-founder of Womanhood Academy, a supplementary education provider, which cultivates, promotes and celebrates the development of black girls.

Naomi Moore

Naomi leads and innovate therapeutic services within mainstream multicultural inner city schools in Wandsworth and Lambeth and also practices in a primary PRU (Pupil Referral Unit). This involves a combination of therapeutic work with pupils, consultation to staff and delivering training on areas related to child mental health and emotional wellbeing relevant to the context. Naomi is interested in researching the impact of institutional discrimination on children and young people, especially those who have experienced developmental and/or racial trauma and those with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities).


The London ACEs Hub (LAH) is an independent network of trauma survivors, multidisciplinary practitioners and community activists committed to raising awareness of the stresses that blight the lives of children, young people, adults and families. We support all efforts to build resilience and hope for the future and make London an ACE-aware and compassionate metropolis.

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