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Practical and user-friendly resources for those committed to promoting equality and reducing discrimination in schools and other education settings.

Practical and user-friendly resources for those committed to promoting equality and reducing discrimination in schools and other education settings.
Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning
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Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning

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CSIE's go-to equality guide helps schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. Created with primary and secondary schools, this is a "seductively practical" set of reference cards covering all aspects of equality. It offers key information, simple and practical advice, equality audit tools, examples of good practice and links to sources of further information and support. As one Assistant Headteacher said: "this should be part of every teacher's toolkit". A SENCo has described the guide as “an absolutely amazing resource that is easy to use and extremely well designed” and an Inclusion Manager has said that it "can have an impact on children's life chances and, ultimately, on the kind of society we live in". "Equality: Making It Happen" is sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and has won an Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available either free or at £2 each from our CSIE shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE. Go ahead and explore, choose what is right for you and invite your colleagues to look too! CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, but relies on sales of resources for its income. Hard copies of "Equality: Making It Happen", including CD, are available from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide.
Equality in education - protected characteristics
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Equality in education - protected characteristics

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Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" to help schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. Each reference card in this bundle addresses equality through the lens of a protected characteristic covered by the Equality Act 2010 and offers: succinct practical tips; key facts; links to useful resources; and sources of further information & support. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
FAQs on LGBT Equality
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FAQs on LGBT Equality

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Frequently Asked Questions on LGBT Equality in education This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Percentage of 0-19 year-olds placed in special settings by each local authority in England (2007-13)
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Percentage of 0-19 year-olds placed in special settings by each local authority in England (2007-13)

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This reference table is an extract from "Contrasting responses to diversity: school placement trends 2007-13 for all local authorities in England" (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/contrasting-responses-to-diversity-11363225), a report which has been researched and written for CSIE by Dr Alison Black and Professor Brahm Norwich, of the University of Exeter. This report is the latest in a long (since the 1980s) series of CSIE reports on school placement trends, i.e. the proportion of children placed in special schools or other separate settings by each local authority in England. It reveals huge variation among local authorities, which cannot be explained by the size of a local authority or its social or geographical characteristics. This information can help people reach better informed decisions about individual children's school placements and formulate better informed evaluations of provision at local and national levels.
The Welcome Workbook
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The Welcome Workbook

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"The Welcome Workbook: a self-review framework for expanding inclusive provision in your local authority", published by CSIE in 2009, remains a useful practical resource for people working in local authorities or academy chains wishing to increase the capacity of their schools to respond to the full diversity of learners. By providing a clear self-review framework, The Welcome Workbook enables local authorities and academy chains to audit their existing processes and map a route towards more inclusive provision for a greater number of children and young people, with positive benefits for all. Hard copies of this resource are available from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, but relies on sales of resources for its income.
Questionnaire for staff and governors
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Questionnaire for staff and governors

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Equality monitoring questionnaire, for schools wishing to access staff and governors' perspectives as part of a whole school equality audit. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Questionnaires for pupils, very young pupils, and parents are also available individually and the full set of four questionnaires is available as a bundle at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/equality-audit-tools-11363328. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
FAQs on Ethnicity Equality
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FAQs on Ethnicity Equality

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Frequently Asked Questions on Ethnicity Equality (aka race equality) in education This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Developing a single equality policy for your school: a CSIE guide
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Developing a single equality policy for your school: a CSIE guide

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Published by CSIE in 2010, shortly before the Equality Act 2010 came into force, this guide offers a step-by-step guide for writing and reviewing your school's equality policy. Written with and for busy school practitioners, the guide remains relevant to today's legal context. Over and above offering help to complete a paper exercise, the guide invites school staff to explore their perspectives, articulate their commitment to equality and develop a safe, rich and positive learning environment. The guide helps schools demonstrate a well-considered position on equality and diversity and includes examples of schools' equality policies. Hard copies of this guide are available from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, but relies on sales of resources for its income.
LGBT equality in education
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LGBT equality in education

6 Resources
Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" to help schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. This bundle focuses on LGBT equality in education and includes reference cards on sex & gender identity and on sexual orientation, Frequently Asked Questions about LGBT equality in education and about raising the achievement of all pupils, and reference cards on: the law on equality in education; and learning about equality, diversity and human rights. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Equality in education - aspects of school life
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Equality in education - aspects of school life

5 Resources
Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" to help schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. Reference cards in this bundle address equality through the lens of a key aspect of school life. Each card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
FAQs on Disability Equality
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FAQs on Disability Equality

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Frequently Asked Questions on Disability Equality in education This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Culture/ethnicity equality in education
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Culture/ethnicity equality in education

6 Resources
Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" to help schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. This bundle focuses on culture/ethnicity equality in education; others may call this race equality, but CSIE avoids this term on the grounds that there is only one race, the human race. This bundle includes reference cards on culture/ethnicity and on religion/belief, Frequently Asked Questions about ethnicity equality in education and about raising the achievement of all pupils, and reference cards on: the law on equality in education; and learning about equality, diversity and human rights. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Questionnaire for very young pupils
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Questionnaire for very young pupils

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Equality monitoring questionnaire, for schools wishing to access very young pupils' perspectives as part of a whole school equality audit. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Questionnaires for pupils, parents, staff and governors are also available individually and the full set of four questionnaires is available as a bundle at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/equality-audit-tools-11363328. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Equality audit tools
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Equality audit tools

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Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" which helps schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. This bundle includes equality monitoring questionnaires for pupils, parents, staff and governors. These will be useful for schools wishing to carry out a whole school equality audit engaging all members of the school community. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Reference card on disability equality
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Reference card on disability equality

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Information card on issues relevant to disability equality in education, including: succinct practical tips; key facts; links to useful resources; and sources of further information & support. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Reference card on sex and gender identity
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Reference card on sex and gender identity

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Information card on equality in education with regard to sex and gender identity, including transgender identities. The card includes: succinct practical tips; key facts; links to useful resources; and sources of further information & support. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Reference card on religious equality
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Reference card on religious equality

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Information card on issues relevant to religious equality in education, including: succinct practical tips; key facts; links to useful resources; and sources of further information & support. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Questionnaire for parents
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Questionnaire for parents

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Equality monitoring questionnaire, for schools wishing to access parents' perspectives as part of a whole school equality audit. This is an extract from CSIE's resource "Equality: Making It Happen - A guide to help schools ensure everyone is safe, included and learning", relevant to primary and secondary schools, sponsored by teachers' union NASUWT and winner of Innovative Practice Award 2016 from the Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Questionnaires for pupils, very young pupils, staff and governors are also available individually and the full set of four questionnaires is available as a bundle at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/equality-audit-tools-11363328. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.
Contrasting responses to diversity
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Contrasting responses to diversity

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Contrasting responses to diversity: school placement trends 2007-13 for all local authorities in England has been researched and written for CSIE by Dr Alison Black and Professor Brahm Norwich, of the University of Exeter. This is the latest in a long (since the 1980s) series of CSIE reports on school placement trends, i.e. the proportion of children placed in special schools or other separate settings by each local authority in England. It reveals huge variation among local authorities, which cannot be explained by the size of a local authority or its social or geographical characteristics. Such clear and detailed information will be of interest to parents, education professionals and campaigners alike. It can help people reach better informed decisions about individual children's school placements and formulate better informed evaluations of provision at local and national levels. For anyone mostly interested in numbers, the table showing percentages by year and by local authority is available separately (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/percentage-of-0-19-year-olds-placed-in-special-settings-by-each-local-authority-in-england-2007-13-11363240). Hard copies of this report are available from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, but relies on sales of resources for its income.
Disability equality in education
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Disability equality in education

6 Resources
Selected extracts from CSIE's award-winning guide "Equality: Making It Happen" to help schools address prejudice, reduce bullying and promote equality holistically. This bundle focuses on disability equality in education and includes a reference card on disability (including learning difficulties), Frequently Asked Questions about disability equality in education and about raising the achievement of all pupils, and reference cards on: achievement; the law on equality in education; and learning about equality, diversity and human rights. More extracts from "Equality: Making It Happen", including Frequently Asked Questions, equality audit questionnaires and a range of reference cards, are available on this site individually and in bundles. The complete guide is available as a pdf file from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/CSIE and as a hard copy, including CD, from http://www.csie.org.uk/resources/current, where you can also access information on training and support for schools alongside the guide. CSIE is a charity that works for equality, not for profit, and relies on sales of resources for its income.