Aldaine Wynter, the global diversity and inclusion coordinator for Dwight School, discusses how the school is shining a light on representation as part of a series of weekly programmes for Black History Month.
Cherise, a pupil at Pangbourne College, explains how the school community is celebrating the achievements of black people through a series of student-led projects and activities.
Dr Malcolm Cocks, head of inclusion and teacher of English at St Paul’s School, explains how a programme of events taking place at the school throughout October will celebrate the important contributions black people make to British culture.
Two south west London independent schools, Hampton and Lady Eleanor Holles (LEH), have joined a state-maintained free school, Reach Academy, Feltham to launch a ground-breaking sixth form college.
Duncan Phillips, head of DT at St Albans School, and Jane Roberts, the school’s head of partnership and community link, explain how staff and pupils have been supporting their local community – and the vaccination effort – during the pandemic.
Ishan Kapur, a boarder at Wellington College and recipient of the prestigious Diana Award, explains how he fundraised for and distributed digital devices to disadvantaged students in New Delhi.
Peter Hatch, director of partnerships and outreach at King’s College School, Wimbledon, explains how an academic partnership with six local schools supported GCSE pupils virtually during lockdown.
Dr Joe Spence, master of Dulwich College, explains how the Southwark Schools’ Learning Partnership has adapted its collaborative work during the pandemic.