School Releases New Equality and Diversity Report
Friday, 27 May 2022
After the death of George Floyd in May 2020 and the subsequent international awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement, many institutions were catalysed to examine their approach to diversity and inclusion. At Bolton School, this was encouraged by Alumni, who wrote to the School and then helpfully and constructively engaged with us in examining the past, assessing the present and making sustainable changes for the future to school life.
This year's report summarises the activity and change in School since our last report in June 2021. Similar reports will be produced in the summer of every year for five years to ensure a sustained approach to the issues and in order to systematically change habits within school life. For those interested the last report (which was less inclusive across the Foundation) can be found through this link.
Head of Foundation Philip Britton said: ‘May I thank all colleagues who have been involved in all the activity recorded in the report. It really is impressive as a summary of our work on an issue that will continue to remain a focus of activity for some time to come. My thanks especially to Mrs Waller and Ms Bradford-Keegan for drawing the report together this year.’
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