Welcome to the BAMEed Network
Help us work towards an education sector that is reflective of society.
We are a grassroots network aimed at ensuring our diverse communities are represented as a substantive part of the education workforce for teachers and leaders in education. We seek to address the inequities in the recruitment of Black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues into the teaching profession and the lack of support to ensure progress in those careers.
We connect with other education organisations and individuals through events, regional networks across the UK, signposting and mentoring support. Join us on this journey to drive change in education.
Our regional and special interest BAMEed networks work within areas of the UK and education to meet local needs, provide opportunities to connect, and enact change.
The Black Curriculum Learning Resources
The Black Curriculum A range of learning resources and downloads from the team at THe Black Curriculum. Click to explore the resource
How do we ensure fair grades for BAME students?
Nuzhat Uthmani The requirement for teachers in Scotland to predict grades for 2019-20, after the Covid-19 outbreak led to the cancellation of exams, leads to all sorts of
Fundamental British Values; a ‘pedagogical injustice for students and teachers’
Aini Teaching children fundamental British values is an act of ‘cultural supremacism’ (Espinoza, 2016) and a ‘pedagogical injustice for students and teachers’ (O’Donnell, 2017:177) ‘Values
Evaluation of the Black Leadership Initiative
The publication of the Report of the Macpherson Inquiry into the murder of a young Black man, Stephen Lawrence, saw a sea change within public