The purpose of this website is to support education practitioners to explore the following:
- What is race equality and anti-racist education?
- Why do we need to discuss these in all establishments?
- What do we need to do individually and together to promote race equality and anti-racist education?
Scotland’s schools and Curriculum seek to promote and inspire a sense of belonging, inclusion and social justice for learners, practitioners and the wider community. Racism of any form has no place in Scotland, and our education system provides an opportunity for the learning, debate and leadership that will help us to eradicate racism in wider society.
Learners have a right to learn in an equitable environment where all cultures, religions, identities and languages are recognised and valued and where the curriculum responds positively to the diverse needs of individual learners, reflecting the uniqueness of our communities. Anti-racism in education is for all learners, whether living in one of Scotland’s cities or in a small rural community. Anti-racist education is set in a rights-based context, supporting learner agency and is underpinned by the four capacities
We’d love to hear about ways you’ve been threading race equality and anti-racism through your work. Please get in touch by following this link.