Diversity and Inclusion
Nanpean School is a proudly inclusive community. We embrace the need for all of us to continue to grow and learn in order to build a truly fair and supportive society for all.
This section of our website provides a focal point for all school-wide work relating to diversity and inclusion and will be updated regularly with news, resources and ideas to explore at home.
In addition to our longer-term curriculum review, we have identified that there is work required to empower all stakeholders to talk positively, appropriately and confidently in relation to equality objectives.
From September 2023 onwards, this focus will continue through our School Development Plan.
This is a working document and is open to the scrutiny and input of all.
We look forward to expanding and adding to our glossary, working closely with our Race Equality Taskforce in the coming weeks. We would love to hear any thoughts you may have.
The acknowledgement that different people experience discrimination and oppression in different ways, taking into account different characteristics at risk of marginalisation.
The unfair treatment of a person, group, or concept as insignificant or less worthy of focus.
Discomfort or defensiveness on the part of a white person when exposed to information about racial inequality.