Diverse Educators: Neurodiversity Toolkit

24 September 2022

The word ‘neurodiversity’ is an umbrella term to describe a large range of hereditary and acquired conditions that cause differences in brain development. The most common forms of neurodiversity are:…

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Diverse Educators podcast

17 September 2022

Diverse Educators have launched their new podcast. #Diverse Educators is an intersectional community of educators who are passionate about diversity, equity and inclusion. In series one of the #DiverseEd podcast…

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Part 1 of the Independent Family Review

12 September 2022

The Children’s Commissioner for England has published part one of the Independent Family Review which explores children’s and families’ perspectives on family life. As part of Inclusive Britain – the…

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Beginner’s Guide to Anti-Racism

9 September 2022

Tapestry have collaborated with Liz Pemberton to create a free Beginner's Guide to Anti-Racism. The aim was to produce a straightforward, consumable document that could start necessary conversations about racism…

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Education Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) calendar 2022-23

4 September 2022

It is really hard to keep on top of all of the awareness and celebration days, weeks and months to include in the school calendar! It is equally difficult to…

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Culturally Responsive Communities: A Conference for Educators

23 June 2022

We all have culture and all culture is worthy of celebration. As educators, how are we culturally responsive to our students? How do we ensure we give voice to all…

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Diverse Educator Toolkits

12 June 2022

Diverse Educators are building a series of toolkits to collate resources on key themes affecting educators and schools. The authors of each toolkit have curated recommended reading, listening and watching…

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Oak National Academy: resources translated into Ukrainian

30 May 2022

All 10,000 of Oak National Academy lessons, including video captions and worksheets, can now be auto translated into Ukrainian. Click here to find out more via the Oak Academy Support…

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Supporting New Refugee Arrivals in the Inclusive Primary Classroom (Webinar)

23 May 2022

This webinar explores how classroom practitioners can create a supportive and inclusive learning environment for new to English learners. This free webinar will explore practical ways in which primary teachers…

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Anti-racism and mental health in schools free e-learning

3 May 2022

This free online training course is designed to improve education staff’s understanding of the impact of racism on mental health. This e-learning training course, from the Anna Freud National Centre…

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Free LGBT+ resources platform launched 

1 May 2022

Just Like Us, the LGBT+ young people’s charity, has launched a new platform where teachers can download free primary and secondary school resources for EYFS to KS4 about LGBT+ inclusion.…

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Anti-racism and mental health in school resources

4 April 2022

Experiencing racism has significant mental health consequences for young people. That’s why all schools need to consider anti-racism as part of their whole-school approach to mental health. The Anna Freud…

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