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EDUCATING FOR EQUALITY awards

Schools that achieve the ‘Educating for Equality Awards’ © are nationally recognised for their ongoing commitment to eliminating injustices and creating an equitable society. The criteria and application process provides schools with a robust framework, informed by research principles, to guide their journey towards becoming an anti-racist and gender equal school. 

allegiance award

The first stage of the Educating for Equality Mark is for schools who have just begun the journey and who would like recognition for their commitment to driving improvements forward for our future generations.

£450

You get:

Unlimited email support

One video/phone coaching call
Use of Allegiance Award logo

Embossed certificate

Award valid for three years

champion award

The second stage of the Educating for Equality Mark is for schools who have embedded an anti-racist and gender equal ethos and culture, and can champion equality not only for your school but also for others.

£650

You get:

Unlimited email support

Two video/phone coaching calls

Use of Champion Award logo

Embossed certificate

Accreditation visit, including a learning walk around the school, and written feedback.

Award valid for three years

FLAGSHIP award

The Flagship Award is awarded to schools with exemplary practice in equality education. Anti-racism and gender equality are deeply and widely embedded across all aspects of school life; you are a centre of excellence.

£950

You get:

Unlimited email support

Two video/phone coaching calls

Use of Flagship Award logo

Wall plaque

Accreditation visit, including a learning walk around the school, and written feedback.

Award valid for three years.

what is involved?

Our three research-informed themes provide a clear framework to help shape your school practice, ensuring a consistent approach to embedding anti-racism and gender equality.

Listen to our podcast with the NAHT to find out more about what the awards involve. 

WHAT schools SAY

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Holyrood Catholic Primary School, watford

"The criteria about recruitment was great at opening up a conversation with governors."

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The barnehurst federation, kent

"This process has started a change in our school. A change in our curriculum. A change in the lives of the little humans who will one day be tomorrow's leaders and change makers. We are so excited that we have taken this first step. We also can't wait to see where we go next (as we have definitely not finished our journey yet)!"

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Essa Primary School, Bolton

"The criteria has been very useful when putting together the school based action plan."

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