Hands Up

Our Mission

Educating for Equality was established in the UK in April 2020 with the objective of supporting schools in their journey towards true equality, equity and social justice. School leaders and head teachers in particular, are in the position to change mindsets and build cultures of inclusion and justice. It is not enough to acknowledge the problem of race and gender inequality. With Educating for Equality, you will be actively embarking on a journey of social justice for all.

Our team


Sabrina Edwards



Sabrina Edwards is an experienced and accomplished school leader. Her career so far has taken her to a diverse range of schools across London; she is currently Head teacher of a primary school in West London.


A firm believer in lifelong learning, she has undertaken a Masters degree in Advanced Educational Practice (focusing on Leadership and Management and the role of coaching, specifically) at the Institute of Education, as well as the National Professional Qualification for Headship. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching.


As an educator, Sabrina has always been driven by a moral purpose: helping to create the next generation of thoughtful and knowledgeable global citizens who make decisions that are firmly rooted in ethical values. Only through truly embedding equality education in schools can we begin to develop an equitable society.

Diana ohene-darko

Senior Consultant

With over a decade of leadership experience, Diana is an Assistant Headteacher of a large primary school in London. As well as having a wealth of knowledge of leading various subjects, year groups, and whole school responsibilities such as assessment, pastoral care and behaviour, Diana also has exceptional expertise in developing Global links. She oversaw global partnerships with a link school and charity, raising over twenty thousand pounds across eight years for schools in Uganda and beyond! Working with the British Council, she was able to make a reciprocal visit to the link school to effect change in both schools, learning from each other. As a leader and public speaker, she is dynamic and inspirational. She is adept at curriculum design, creating multi-faceted learning for children to experience and enjoy. Leading with empathy and understanding, she models an ethos of connection before correction, and champions staff well being. She is passionate about 'Educating for Equality' and very much looks forward to supporting schools on their journey.