When students feel that their identify is being accepted and valued, they are more likely to attend school regularly and participate in classroom activities. This is why we have created numerous trainings to help you and your staff foster diversity and inclusiveness throughout your school. 

"Between January 2015 and January 2016 there was an increase of 104,860 students in primary schools out of which 71 per cent came from ethnic minority families." *

We currently offer the following Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness courses for schools:

  • How to Create Safe and Welcoming Schools for LGBTQ Students

  • Increasing Interest and Engagement for Students with Attention Disorders

  • How to Create Inclusive Learning Environments for Students from Diverse Backgrounds

Contact us for more information about these courses. 

 *Espinoza, J. (2016). Rise in ethnic minority pupils in primary schools, figures show. [online] The Telegraph. Available at: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2016/06/28/rise-in-ethnic-minority-pupils-in-primary-schools-figures-show/ [Accessed 26 Sep. 2018].