Alison Kriel - AntiRacism In Schools In A Nutshell

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Key Questions and actions to take to get your school on track to being an antiracist school.

About Alison

Alison was an inner city Head Teacher for nearly 20 years.  She has a passion for social justice leadership, wellbeing, inclusion and diversity. She has a reputation for excellence in leadership, leading schools with high social challenges to be in the top 0.1% nationally,  top 3 in London and sustain high attainment over time. Her turnaround school was regarded and recommended by Regional Schools Commissioner for East of England and North-East London as a model school for the London, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex region.  The school won many prestigious awards including London Gold School Status, SSAT Award winner for Attainment and Pupil Progress, National Pupil Premium Award winner.  Both her schools were listed in the Sunday Times Top 500.

Alison now works nationally and internationally supporting leaders with the strategic development of their schools, particularly those in challenging circumstances. She also mentors teachers and school leaders. She is a regular speaker and panel member at conferences, speaking on a wide variety of subjects including Courageous Leadership, Turnaround Schools, Wellbeing, Staff Retention, Breaking Through The Concrete Ceiling, Diversity, Ubuntu, and AntiRacism.

Alison is a Strategic Leader of #WomenEd, a HundrEd Ambassador and a RSA Fellow. She was awarded Doctor of Philosophy Honoris Causa for attainment and services to education in 2018.

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