Whole school anti-racism audit

Reflect on how inclusive your school currently is for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff, pupils and parents, and take the first steps to improving it.

Last reviewed on 31 January 2023
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Contents
  1. Download our whole school anti-racism audit tool
  2. Listen to your school community
  3. BAME – a note on terminology

Download our whole school anti-racism audit tool

If you’re committed to making your school more inclusive in the long term, this audit tool is a great place to start. Use the questions and prompts to get an idea of where you need to improve your school, along with what to do next.

KeyDoc: whole school anti-racism audit tool DOC, 211.0 KB

Please note that this audit focuses on HR practices, leading on inclusivity, and representing the experiences of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people beyond the curriculum. For help with making diversity and anti-racism central to your curriculum, use our curriculum review tool.

Listen to your school community

The audit will give you an overview and some next steps, but you should tailor your approach by getting insights from members of your school community who are BAME.

Start a working group to get staff and parents' perspective on the gaps or weaknesses

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