As a school we do not align ourselves with any political party or political movement. At The Radclyffe School we are a rights respecting school and we do not tolerate any racism or marginalisation of communities. We show respect for, and value all communities. We will continue to endeavour to make our school inclusive and ensure that our curriculum is representative and relevant promoting equality for all.
We have created these resources in order to reaffirm our long-standing ethos and principles and to help our students to gain a deeper understanding of the issues that have been recently prominent across all media. Our school encourages staff, students, parents, carers and stakeholders to utilise the resources provided to be aware of and peacefully stand against racism, to be race conscious, and treat all people, irrespective of skin colour, race or gender equally and fairly.
Parents and carers guide to Black Lives Matter
Useful External Resources
Organisations in Manchester
Peoples History Museum: https://phm.org.uk/
Greater Manchester BAME Network: https://www.gmcvo.org.uk/GMBAME-Network
Kids of Colour: http://kidsofcolour.com/
Manchester BME Network: http://www.manchesterbmenetwork.co.uk/
National and International Charities and Organisations
Equality and Human Rights Commission: https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en
Stop Hate UK: https://www.stophateuk.org/
Race Equality First: https://raceequalityfirst.org/
Stand up to Racism: http://www.standuptoracism.org.uk/
Show Racism the Red Card: https://www.theredcard.org/
Kick it out: https://www.kickitout.org/