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Exploring Discriminatory Behaviour – what is it and what can we do?


Sorry, this course has been discontinued

This course no longer runs as an open course, but can be run as in-house training to meet your specific needs. Call the in-house team on 020 8253 8241 for more information.

Alternatively to search through our open courses visit our find a course page.

Suitable for: Equalities officers and senior leaders

Phases suitable for:

  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Special

Course Reference: 7589WW
This course is currently under development.

Discriminatory behaviour is a potential barrier to achievement, and is never acceptable. This course considers discriminatory behaviour (including bullying) and action in schools to monitor and further develop policy in practice. It is relevant for colleagues from Primary, Secondary and Special Schools.

  • Be informed – exploring the definition and examples of discriminatory behaviour
  • National legislation, policy and developments (e.g. DDA and ECM)
  • Response and action in school – equality of opportunity, teaching and learning implications
  • Strategies, roles and responsibilities, and policy development
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