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National Hate Crime Week 10-17th October


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When was the last time you considered your response to prejudice based incidents? Do you know what is happening in your community? Do you routinely check back with the pupils, staff and parents who are subject to racist, homophobic, biphobic, transphobic, sexist or disablist incidents, whether they were satisfied with your response? What work do you do on prevention and how do you educate the offenders? Is your policy up to date and shared openly with all your stakeholders? Visit our portal pages to access resources for use in the classroom and to support your policy and procedures. To access resources to support any activities you undertake during National Hate Crime Awareness Week visit https://nationalhcaw.uk/plan-your-nationalhcaw.


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