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This is a temporary space for uploading all items to be included in CSIE's online equality hub.

This is a temporary space for uploading all items to be included in CSIE's online equality hub.
Reference card on achievement
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Reference card on achievement

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Reference card on equality in education through the lens of pupils’ achievement. The card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
Reference card on well-being
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Reference card on well-being

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Reference card on equality in education through the lens of well-being for pupils and staff. The card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
Reference card on behaviour
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Reference card on behaviour

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Reference card on equality in education through the lens of pupils’ behaviour. The card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
FAQs on raising the achievement of all pupils
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FAQs on raising the achievement of all pupils

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Frequently asked questions on raising the achievement of all pupils, including issues on supporting pupils who speak little or no English, maintaining high expectations and strengthening links with parents. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
Reference card on school leadership
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Reference card on school leadership

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Reference card on equality in education through the lens of school leadership. The card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
Reference card on learning environment
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Reference card on learning environment

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Information card on equality in education through the lens of the learning environment. The card offers succinct practical suggestions and, on the reverse, examples of practice that works well. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
FAQs on ethnicity equality in education
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FAQs on ethnicity equality in education

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Frequently asked questions on ethnicity equality in education, to support discussions with students on issues of terminology, racist language in friendly dialogue, definition of racism and more. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.
"Special" education revisited
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"Special" education revisited

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Animated short film describing how schooling for disabled children, or those identified as having “special educational needs”, has evolved over time. It offers a historical perspective on how educational policy and provision has developed since the end of the 19th century, when compulsory education for all children was first introduced. This resource was developed in collaboration between Dr Artemi Sakellariadis (Director, Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education), Dr Jackie Dearden (Associate Professor Special Educational Needs, University of Nottingham) and Clive Dearden (Director, Graphic Inclusion) in 2013.
FAQs on LGBT equality in education
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FAQs on LGBT equality in education

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Frequently asked questions on LGBT equality in education, including trans issues, challenging prejudice and the role of primary schools in advancing LGBT equality. This is an extract from CSIE’s toolkit “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 international Zero Project, for a world with zero barriers. Hard copies of the entire toolkit are available from CSIE for £35 (RRP £75) and electronic copies for £25.