Agents for Change – EqualiTeach

Equality Matters

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion play a crucial role in how we operate as a school. We are pleased to share that our headteacher, Mrs Bryan-Whyte has been appointed as the Chair of the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education MAT’s EDI committee.

On 18th December, several pupils from Holy Trinity and Allen Edwards primary schools joined pupils at St Luke’s and participated in an Agents for Change Event, as part of EqualiTeach’s anti-bullying ‘Equally Safe’ Project.

The event is designed to equip young people with the skills to be Equality Ambassadors at their respective schools.  They helped devise solutions which will educate others about the harms of identity-based bullying and create support structures for pupils if they experience bullying. Pupils now have the opportunity to implement initiatives in their individual schools, such as delivering an assembly, making a banner or helping improve how pupils can report incidents.

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