Diversity and Inclusion

Valuing everyone in our community

Important conversations are happening all over the world about the need for equality, diversity, inclusion, and belonging so it is right that our school is also actively addressing these issues. We want our school to be a place where diversity is promoted and celebrated and where everyone is always valued as an individual, regardless of their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical or invisible disability, level of affluence or any other possible difference. St Paul’s Girls’ School must be a safe place where all are accepted, appreciated and respected.

The Inclusion Team comprises Coco Stevenson (Director of Safeguarding and Inclusion), Jade Ramsay (Inclusion Co-ordinator) and Nailah Ranjan (Inclusion Intern).

A staff Diversity and Inclusion Working Party meets twice termly to discuss, debate and reflect on issues and consider progress made.

A student run Inclusion Committee meets weekly to discuss how St Paul’s can become even more open, supportive and foster a sense of belonging for all.

There are active student led groups focusing on specific areas of diversity, including Spectrum, African-Caribbean Society (ACS), J-Soc, Muslim Society, Hindu Society, Fem Soc and CAR (Consent and Respect). These collaborate actively with St Paul’s School (boys) to ensure cross-school discussion and engagement.

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