Resources

To achieve our collective mission of an education sector that is reflective of society, we’ve gathered a range of useful resources and reading for our network.

If you’d like to recommend any content to be added to these pages, please get in touch with us.

Advice for being an ally

Dr Muna Abdi shares some of the ways you can show up and stand up as an ally.

Download the PDF version to share with colleagues here.

BAMEed Poster

Download and print a poster for your school staff room or offices to spread the word about our network.

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Books for children

Access an interactive and printable poster of book recommendations for children and young adults from Darren Chetty and Karen Sands O’Connor for ‘Beyond the Secret Garden’ with Books for Keeps. 

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Negotiating payment for speaking and writing engagements

Amjad Ali shares advice for educators looking to engage in speaking and writing engagements around negotiating pay. It also includes advice for organisations looking for educators to engage in speaking and writing engagements.

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Organising an event: a toolkit

Penny Rabiger shares a toolkit for organising an event that’s representative of the education sector.

Click here to read Penny’s blog

Download a PDF copy of the toolkit here

Schools and COVID-19 WORD

Access an editable version of our guidance for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff and their employers in school settings including an editable template risk assessment.

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Schools and COVID-19 PDF

Access guidance for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff and their employers in school settings.

This document is informed by NHS guidance and contains calls to action as well as a template risk assessment.

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Understanding Critical Whiteness Studies

Access a poster summary of a chapter submitted by Michael Cole for publication in Thomas & Arday (2020) Doing Diversity for Success in Higher Education: Redressing Structural Inequalities in the Academy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Thank you to Pran Patel and Michael Cole for permission to share this resource with you on our website.

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