In our workplaces, schools, in the arts, and in so many domains of society, we are seeing a growing emphasis on inclusion. But what are the practical steps we can take towards more inclusive cultures, where all of us can thrive? And what are the consequences when we get it wrong?
Join us at the historic Holly Lodge school, a listed building, to hear honest stories of inclusion in action: the challenges, the successes - and the failures. Speakers include:
- Rebecca Richardson-Power FRSA, Assistant Headteacher at Holly Lodge, on the consequence of not being included
- A Holly Lodge A-level student on what inclusion has meant to her
- Richard Hayhow FRSA from Open Theatre on his work with young people with learning disabilities within special school, community, and professional contexts and what it's taught him about segregation and inclusion
- Hannah Breeze FRSA, Researcher on the RSA Education Team, on the RSA’s work on school exclusions
We will also open space to share our own experiences of inclusion and exclusion, and to connect with others for open discussion and, hopefully, for action. Refreshments will be provided.
This event is free to attend and open to Fellows, friends, and colleagues interested in supporting the work of the RSA.
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