Main Article Content
The last few years have seen greater interest in making schools anti-racist. The BLM resurgence of 2020, global EDI movements and increased mainstream presence of decolonial theorists have firmly positioned structural racism under the cultural microscope. It is an issue for all institutions in the UK to acknowledge and metabolise, but it is arguably most pressing for the education sector. School, after all, is a microcosm of wider society; an avenue through which cultural ideas and ideals can become internalised and anchored to a young person’s framing of the world.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.