“Despite the challenges of COVID, promoting inclusion for the black community has remained a priority. I am extremely proud to share our key achievements to date. Across the four streams, we have made significant progress. Thank you to those individuals who have got involved in this work. We will continue our commitment to making our organisation diverse and inclusive, both now and in the future.”
CEO, CATS Global Schools
“We are delighted to continue our important partnership with Hearst UK. Our equal opportunities policy reflects our belief in cultural diversity that embraces individuals and promotes community spirit. By creating a working, learning and social environment in which students can utilise their skills and talents to the full without fear of prejudice or harassment, we aim to create a culture where everyone can reach their fullest potential.”
“We have developed a strong relationship with Expressions Basketball. Basketball in the United States has been a way out for many black students who find themselves in tough situations. This relationship has allowed us to meet students and their families and provide opportunity for our black community.”
Head of School, CATS Boston
“Diversifying our curriculum (across the programmes A Level / UFP) has been a focus for several years now. However, the Lit in Colour Pioneers programme and specifically the 300 texts from diverse writers, will be an invaluable resource in broadening our scope of texts further. The programme will also enable our students to network with students from other colleges and share their ideas on a wider scale”.
Curriculum Director for Languages, Arts and Humanities, CATS London