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Code: ENF/20/272 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism Package (All sessions)

This professional learning program will provide a comprehensive approach for analysing, reflecting and action planning for a whole school approach to unconscious bias and anti-racism including exploration of unconscious bias. It will provide schools with the tools to hold discussions and analyse existing practice. Bringing together professionals with expertise and experience, they will offer important insights to initiate valuable discussion. Schools will be supported to take the next steps in ensuring a mindset is shared across the school community. 10 sessions all on Zoom and after school. They are highly interactive and provide practical takeaways. Two log ins per school, providing opportunity for multiple staff to participate.

• Progressive, interactive whole school approach
• Bespoke, multi perspective program
• Highly collaborative
• Takeaways provided for every session to take back to school
• Sessions from the U.S. educator & author of Not Light, But Fire: How to lead meaningful race conversations in the classroom, live from Philadelphia
• Opportunity for reflection and ongoing Q&A
• School leaders' journeys shared
• Research based & highly practical

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 TBA 00:00 - 00:00 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/20/252 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- An anti-racist approach to assessment and outcomes

Presented by Pran Patel

Understand how under assessment can manifest itself; Learn how systems of assessment can change; the benefit of auditing and what can be done tomorrow.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 09 December 2020 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/102 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- Decolonising the Curriculum

Presented by Pran Patel

Consider the breadth of what decolonising the curriculum means; Understand the impact of omission; repressentation both implicit and explicit; the power of narratives and collective hagiography.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 13 January 2021 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/103 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- Unconscious institutional bias and the effect on HR policies

Presented by Pran Patel

Dig into the national picture across sectors and the trend with your school; Question the journey of a pupil of colour in education and explore the changes that can be made for recruitment.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

 

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 03 February 2021 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/104 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- How to lead meaningful race conversations in the classroom

Presented by Matthew R. Kay

Learn how establishing a dialogic classroom supports meaningful race conversations; Reflect on the dangers of pop-up conversations.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 24 February 2021 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/105 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- The empowerment of children & young people

Presented by Pran Patel

Interrogate the purpose of education and how empowerment plays a part; Consider racialised trauma and what change is needed for the children and young people in your school.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 10 March 2021 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/106 Unconscious Bias & Anti-Racism- What comes next?

What comes next?- Pran Patel, Orlene Badu and Special Guests

Review the practical reflection/action plan that has been part of every session to formalise an action plan; Hear from school leaders who have taken the journey to lead an anti-racist school and plan the support required utilising the Professional Learning Network from this program.

 

Through engaging with the sessions, we aim to provide schools with research, data and resources to discuss the breadth of themes among your staff and begin action planning. We recognise that in the current context your school community may have expectations of your school to have meaningful conversations which lead to equally meaningful changes. We aim to build the confidence of staff to address tangible issues, providing impact in the classroom which include:

1. The impact of the curriculum on children and young people

2. An understanding of school expectations on assessment and outcomes

3. A reduction of behaviour incidents, low level disruption and exclusions

4. Accordance with the PSED/Equalities Act 2010

 

We are thrilled to be bringing you such valuable expertise on this professional learning programme. In addition to the presentation and the sharing of knowledge and understanding:
Highly interactive Zoom Sessions
Collaborative and reflective
Expand your professional learning network
Meet colleagues locally and internationally
Practical takeaways for use in school
Research and articles for reflection
Reading list for further study

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 31 March 2021 16:00 - 17:30 Virtual Meetings Map