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Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion
Teaching is an act of the people, every act in schools and in classrooms has a wide reaching impact. All aspects of school are impacted by equality, diversity and inclusion, from attendance and pastoral to outcomes. Are we creating school and societal environments where all people are truly included?

In this fireside chat, experienced senior leader, academic and anti-oppression educator Pranav Patel will discuss his NAHT Discovery Education Pathway course ‘Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion’, which is designed to challenge you and everything you have learned up to this point.

This session will be available on demand.

Nov 10, 2020 04:00 PM in London

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Pranav Patel
Experienced senior leader, academic and anti-oppression educator
Pran Patel is an experienced senior leader, academic and anti-oppression educator. He has many years of teaching experience, working recently as an Assistant Principal in the Secondary setting as well as experience in Higher Education.  He has an exciting career in leadership; leading standards; behaviour; data; professional development, and curriculum. His NPQSL project was to lead whole-school coaching and he has been a successful coach for over a decade. In 2019, Pran delivered a TEDx talk entitled ‘Decolonise the Curriculum’. As a man of colour, Pran ascribes as a member of the 'Global Majority'.  Pran is a contributing author on the Pathway programme, presenting an excellent and thought-provoking course entitled ‘Diversity, Equality and Inclusion’.
Andrew Hammond
Senior Director Learning & Community @Discovery Education
Andrew served in schools for over 20 years, as Classteacher, Head of Department, Deputy Headteacher and Headteacher in both independent and maintained sector schools. A prolific author, Andrew has written numerous titles for a range of educational publishers. He has a BA QTS from Bath and an MA from King’s College London. He is currently studying for an Ed.D at Buckingham, researching the power of culture to deliver character traits and attitudes in schools. He is interested in how schools turn values-based platitudes into practice and how we best support pupils’ personal and cultural development by supporting the personal development of their teachers. Andrew joined Discovery Education in September 2019 as Senior Director of Learning. He designed the Pathway Programme and is series editor for its content. He is passionate about supporting the whole teacher.