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West Hill Primary Academy

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One Group Meeting

As part of Equality Week:

 

THE GALAXY TRUST “ONE” GROUP

ONE VOICE

ONE COMMUNITY

ONE VISION

 

Parents of Oakfield, Temple Hill and West Hill are invited to an informal meeting of

The Galaxy Trust “One” Group.

TUESDAY 25th JUNE, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

 @ OAKFIELD PRIMARY ACADEMY

 

Come and meet other parents to talk about how we ensure equality in our schools.  How do we help our pupils and families in all aspects of race and ethnicity equality?

What experiences do our families have of discrimination in our community and in our schools?

What can we do as a school community to support our children from all ethnic backgrounds?

What do we do well and what can we do better?

 

The aim of this meeting is to agree three things across all 3 schools of The Galaxy Trust  that we will achieve in the next year to improve ethnic equality in our schools.  EVERY PARENT IS WELCOME – regardless of school, skin colour, religion, ethnicity or experience.

 

The meeting will be led by Garry Ratcliffe, Executive Head of The Galaxy Trust.  There will be coffee and cake and I look forward to seeing you there.  In order to buy enough cake (!) please email garry.ratcliffe@galaxytrust.co.uk to confirm your attendance.

 

Please note:  every parent is welcome to attend this meeting, it will be held in the spirit of respect and cooperation.  If there are 30 parents that attend, every voice will be heard.  If 1 parent attends, the meeting will still go ahead and that 1 parent will be listened to.  Please help to make your child’s school a safer, more secure, more tolerant and more inclusive environment for every child.

 

FOOTNOTE:  This meeting is intended to address one aspect of inequality that is present in our community and in our schools.  This meeting has a focus on ethnicity and race.  Each and every parent is as welcome as any other parent.  We are an open, welcoming, tolerant and positive school community – but there is ALWAYS more we can do to make things better for everyone…

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