The Brenda Eastwood Award
The Brenda Eastwood Award for good practice in teaching for diversity and inclusion
Our new award for good practice in teaching for diversity and inclusion, is in memory of a much loved friend and colleague. The Brenda Eastwood award invites UKLA members to nominate schools, Early Years practitioners, teachers, HE tutors, consultants, librarians or publishers who have shown good practice in empowering children to respect and appreciate diversity in terms of:
- socioeconomic status
- national origin or
Panel Chair: Janet Douglas Gardner, London Metropolitan University.
On-line submissions are invited from 7 January 2019. Deadline 4 May 2019.
Please read the detailed criteria carefully.
For a taste of what we're looking for, take a look at last year's wining entry, from Rowena Seabrook of Amnesty International (download on the right of this page).