Tailor your approach by listening to your community and setting specific objectives
Getting staff, parents' and pupils' perspectives will help you prioritise in a targeted way rather than trying blanket solutions.
Before you start to write your action plan:
- Hold at least 1 session with your working group to get staff and parents' perspectives on your approach to anti-racism and inclusivity
- Ask staff and parents (and pupils, depending on their age) to share their thoughts in an anonymous survey or suggestions box, and gather responses
- Gather any reports of racist incidents between pupils in your school
Take a look at these examples to help frame your thinking