Making our Curriculum Anti-Racist in Devon (online conference)

Following the importance of Black Lives Matter and Black History Month - this session will look at Racism in Devon Schools and our awareness of it. 

As educators we are in the privileged position of having influence and making change happen so that we can help make a better future for all; as Devon is county with predominantly white schools we have an even bigger job in debunking racist myths and ensuring BAME pupils recognise and value themselves within their school environment.

Join us for a morning of inspiring discussions on how and why we need to make our curriculums anti-racist. Leave with a video of the conference for staff training, a pack of take-way, practical resources and assemblies and a deeper understanding and renewed confidence in teaching anti- racism.


Training Objectives

  • Learn about Devon’s slave trade and useful resources to teach local BAME history
  • Develop your school’s anti-racism policy
  • Discuss strategies and resources to prevent and respond to racism in your school
  • Explore ways of threading anti-racism through the whole curriculum