Equality, diversity and inclusion lead to more innovation, more opportunities for everyone, better teachers and happier classrooms. Working with people from different backgrounds and with different experiences promotes a culture of questioning, knowledge, respect, and acceptance.
It enhances learning environments, heightens learning experiences and allows learners to develop their own identities and sense of place in the world. ATL’s commitment to equality means always considering diversity when we develop policy, programme CPD or build campaigns.
ATL's Equality Policy
Trans and gender questioning pupils
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