Student voice is at the heart of the equality work we do. We have 3 equality champion groups working to ensure opportunities for all, challenging stereotypes and making change within our community. They do this through assemblies, student focus groups and weekly meetings.
Are you part of the LGBTQ+ community? Would you like to meet up to chat and make new friends? Come along to Pride Club! Friends and allies are welcome too, and there are lots of different things to do—give feedback on school policies, plan trips, play games, and socialise with people who under-stand.
Anti Racism Champions
Are you interested in issues related to race and equality? Do you want to get involved in promoting anti racism and celebrating diversity? Come along once a fortnight to discuss ideas and activities that are related to making society a better place for everyone. Everyone is welcome!
If you would like to talk to one of our Anti racism ambassadors, please look out for the students in red lanyards around the school.
For more information please contact Mrs Ashraf
The bold voices group believe that all young people have the right to receive an education free from gender inequality and gendered violence. We have been focused on students understanding of harmful sexual behaviours. The group have raised awareness on the impact this can have on all students wellbeing, during assembly and even educated teachers on how to identify and challenge these behaviours.
If you would like to join the bold voices, speak to an ambassador or communicate a concern please come to our meeting or speak to a student ambassador in a turquoise lanyard.