Towards an Anti-Racist Tower Hamlets

Towards an Anti-Racist Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets is one of the most diverse boroughs in the country, and as part of the borough’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic Inequality Commission Action Plan, it was recognised that schools and educators play a key role in shifting narratives and creating long lasting change. Therefore, the Commission funded a year long project for 18 schools across Tower Hamlets to begin their anti-racist journey.
The project is funded for a second year, with 90% of the schools returning to continue their journey, and new schools joining our network of Anti-Racist Schools.
Please click below to view our support packages:
New Schools                            Returning Schools

“I thought our school really needed to improve its policies, staff diversity and curricula. I have seen how much the children enjoy seeing people who represent them within their learning. I thought it was really important that our whole school was trying to achieve this”.  

The following schools are currently taking part in our programme:

  • Bonner Primary School
  • Bygrove School
  • Cayley Primary
  • Chisenhale Primary School
  • Clara Grant Primary
  • Columbia Primary School
  • Cyril Jackson Primary School
  • Elizabeth Selby Infants School
  • George Green’s School
  • Halley Primary School
  • Harbinger Primary School
  • Marner Primary School
  • Mayflower Primary
  • Olga Primary
  • St Luke’s C of E Primary School
  • St Paul with St Luke Primary School
  • St Paul’s Way Foundation School (Primary)
  • St Saviour’s Primary School
  • Stebon Primary School
  • Stepney All Saints School and Sixth Form
  • Stewart Headlam Primary School
  • Hague Primary School
  • Virginia Primary School
  • William Davis Primary School
  • Woolmore Primary School

“Having the network and support of likeminded professionals I have found the most helpful. Sharing information and ideas with other projects lead and knowing that you are not going through this alone.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo credit:  This image was originally posted to Flickr by Ivan Radic. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.