The work on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion continues to be at the heart of the culture of Mulberry School for Girls.
During the summer term we focused on the lived experience of Black British people. Student voice formed a central part of our discussions during a series of student and staff conferences aimed at creating a whole community dialogue.
We were privileged to host David Neita, the lawyer and human rights campaigner, who chaired our five conferences.
A range of student and staff groups will continue to will work alongside each other to create robust action plans that advance equality for all.