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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion At Graveney

Anti-discrimination work at Graveney 

Letter to parents - Tackling Misogyny 2023

Resources, activities, and tips for families to empower children to work towards racial equality.

A parents guide to Black Lives Matter

Advice on self-care and how to deal with the emotions that may be raised by upsetting images online and rolling news stories has been made available to all our students in the year forums.

Young Minds UK has more resources about talking to teenagers and advice for them which might help.

You may find this video helpful 

Blue Peter presenters talk to their audience about racism


International Women's Day and Beyond

Thinking about what we can all do to promote gender equality. Choosing to challenge can mean lots of things - challenging ourselves, our assumptions, our preconceptions, and our reactions.

International Women's Day Assembly (text)

international womens day pp.pdf


Thinking about how we can all contribute to making sure the spaces we occupy are equally positive for everyone and how we can challenge stereotypes and narrow gender expectations.

Gender Stereotypes

Resources for parents

Girls Guides: Girls' Attitudes Survey

We used form times to learn more about LBGTQ+ history in the UK and to find out more about members of the community who have contributed to academic and social achievements.


We looked at LGBTQ+ figures and their contributions to the subjects students study.

LGBTQ+ figures in Geography, English and History

LGBTQ+ figures in French, Science and Spanish

LGBTQ+ figures in Art, Maths, Computing and Art

Black History Month


Black History Month department programme 2023

Black History Month Workshop poster

Next Generation Architects, Sixth Form Talk poster

Hannah Smith Asset Management, Talk poster




Graveney for Peace

Graveney students for Peace

Graveney for Peace poster


Refugee Week

Refugee WeekRefugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary.
Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement. Refugee Week enables people from different backgrounds to connect beyond labels, as well as encouraging understanding of why people are displaced, and the challenges they face when seeking safety. This year it is Refugee Week’s 25th anniversary.

This year the theme of Refugee Week at Graveney is Compassion

about refugee week at graveney 2023.pdf


South Asian Heritage Month

 Journeys of Empire

sahm pop up kitchen.pdf


LGBTQ+ History Month

Celebrating LGBTQ+ month at Graveney