How do we ensure that all students feel represented and included in our classrooms? ​Host Adele Bates leads a reflective and practical discussion on diversity and inclusion in the classroom, asking how we can achieve this and what this looks like.

The discussion touches upon representation, how we can avoid tokenism, and evaluating the resources and examples we use to deliver our curriculum.

We ask how we can include all students in our classrooms and ensure everyone feels that they belong and welcome – how can we build connections with our students. We ask what schools are doing right and touch upon some examples of diversity and representation.

We discuss how we can relate to emotions rather than characteristics, and how we can connect with pupils from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Other themes include advocacy & allyship for our diverse colleagues, BAME & LGBT+ representation, and the experiences of children in care in our classrooms.

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