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26 Jun
Respect and protect: Equality for all!
26 Jun 2019 - 26 Jun 2019

Respect and protect: Equality for all!

June 26, 2019


Why should you attend?

This inspection based approach will equip all professionals working in a diverse and international setting, to evidence a best practice strategic and operational framework regarding a integrated and educational school community. 

Sustainable, interactive and creative equality and diversity lesson plans, resources, movie clips, icebreakers and quizzes will all be provided for each year group as a robust and cohesive whole school approach to encourage empathy and respect. Resources cover requirements set out by ISI for the spiritual, moral, social and cultural [SMSC] development of pupils.



10 – 10:30       Tea/Coffee on arrival

10:30               Welcome and Introduction

10:35               Session 1 – The modern world: understanding cultural boundaries and preconceptions

11:30               Tea/Coffee

11:45               Session 2 – Respect: managing equality, diversity and inclusion in our schools

12:45               Lunch

13:30               Session 3 – Safeguarding in an international and online world

14:30               Tea/Coffee

14:45               Session 4 – Exploring gender, race, faith, LGBT+, mental health, SEN and disabilities

15:30               Close



  • The real picture: today’s modern world
  • Respect! UK British values and beliefs
  • Best Practice: law and legislation 
  • Challenging pre-conceptions, stereotypes and attitudes 
  • Definition, types and methods of cultural bullying and harassment 
  • Safeguarding! Questioning & Listening Skills 
  • Mini workshops and lesson plans with resources and debates : Respect! Building equality and diversity into teaching and learning. 
  • LGBT, Race, Faith and Disabilities
  • ‘Our School! Our World!’ - the international calendar and cultural celebrations 
  • The essentials- signposting and support.


Speaker: Julie Wilkinson (BSC (Hons) Sociology)

Julie has over 20 years’ experience regarding intervention and prevention of vulnerable families in the UK.

After training as a Domestic Violence Crisis Counsellor in New York for Brooklyn Criminal Court and Sanctuary for Families in the South Bronx, she returned to London and became a qualified mediator for CALM.

She then moved into the youth offending world, coordinating Youth Inclusion Projects (YIPS) on behalf of Crime Concern, with large staff teams providing outreach services to prolific young offenders, then progressed to oversee Lambeth Youth Council, providing strategic and operational co-ordination of all young people’s services across the Borough including Peer Inspection, Peer Education and Youth Parliament

After achieving a South Bank University ‘Certificate in Teaching Practice’ and spearheading the NCB’s Peer Inspection Programme, she became Kidscape’s Bullying Intervention Training Co-ordinator (BIT) for England and Regional Trainer for London and the South East.

Brave the Rage now provides strategic, senior level consultancy and delivery of interactive and creative education based workshops for UK and Overseas to professionals, parents, children and young people.

I am now Vice Chair for Children England (Regional Sub Group), Committee Member for Islington Domestic Violence Steering Group, CEOP Ambassador, Safeguarding Level 3 and former board member for Oakmere Community College in Liverpool. Nominated for the Institute of Directors (IOD) Director of the Year Award.



Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260

Venue: Hotel London Kensington (previously Rydges Kensington), 61 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4PE


Hotel London Kensington (Melia), Hotel London Kensington (managed by Melia), 61 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4PE, United Kingdom