• Anti-racist reading lists for staff To create an anti-racist curriculum and teach in a way that's truly inclusive, you and your staff need to first understand the issues. These books and resources should support you on this journey.
  • Create an anti-racism action plan to suit your school community Find out how feedback from your school community should inform your anti-racism action plan, so you can address the specific problems faced in your school. Learn how to set specific objectives, meaningful actions and achievable milestones, and how to measure progress so you know your school's on the right track.
  • How to improve diversity in children’s books to support an anti-racist curriculum Only 4% of British children’s books published in 2018 featured a main character from a BAME background. Improve representation and diversity in your school library and classrooms, so that they reflect the society we live in, and BAME pupils feel represented and valued.
  • How to lead whole-school discussions about racism and whiteness Find out how to develop your understanding of racism and whiteness so you can increase awareness of these issues and encourage productive discussions in your school.
  • How to talk to pupils about racism Help pupils find the words and the confidence to have difficult conversations about race and racism. Get guidance on preparing teachers and pupils for these conversations, and find resources to support their learning.