Our anti-racist CPD offer is a comprehensive programme of training and support for educators that uses a systemic focus to build more equitable practices that benefit all young people.
Supporting teachers to create change
We understand the difficulty in recognising our role in contributing to a system that’s failing young people. But if we don’t do it, there is a danger of responsibility for that change being reallocated to the youngest in society.
Through our anti-racist teacher training we empower educators to recognise their contribution, discover what needs to change, and then support them to create that change.
To be anti-racist we need to be intentionally – and actively – moving away from racism. This movement is what our training encourages.
(De)-Constructing An Anti-Racist Classroom
Our flagship course is your unique opportunity to receive the knowledge, resources, tools and support to equip you to confidently challenge racism and other forms of inequity in your classroom and school.
The course consists of three sequential modules that provide social, supportive, and thought-provoking facilitation for you to transform your teaching and engagement with all young people.
"The pain which signals a toothache is the pain which saves your life.”
Introduction to Racism and Deficit Thinking in Education
This 2.5-hour session is an overview of our main ideas and theories for how we begin to transform education for young people. It’s a first step on your anti-racist teacher training journey and designed for educators who want to begin having these important conversations.
of teachers said their understanding of how deficit thinking relates to their practice had improved
of teachers reported an improvement in their confidence in having conversations about racism with colleagues
of teachers developed tangible actions for their classrooms
A tailored approach
If you’re a school, trust or organisation working with children and young people looking for a bespoke package of anti-racist training, we’d love to speak with you.