Diversity

At AHS, we are proud of the diversity of our students and staff and committed to promoting a positive and diverse culture in which all are valued and supported to fulfil their potential irrespective of their age, disability, race, religion, belief, sex or sexual orientation.

Recent events have caused us to listen carefully to past and current students and reflect on how we can do our very best to challenge inequality and promote diversity.  Please see our Diversity Statement, Policy and Action Plan here.

Show Racism the Red Card School Competition

 

Support with Prejudice and Discrimination

Childline:  Racisim and Racial Bullying 

Show Racism the Red Card

Action on Prejudice

Prejudice-based Bullying

Discrimination

Other suggested reading

Nine Books to help you understand racism

An Anti-Racist reading list

LGBTQ+

Statement of intent/purpose

Spectrum is AHS’ LGBT+ group that aims to inform and support students from year 7 through to year 13.  We influence all aspects of student life to make sure that everyone feels accepted and cared for, both in the social and academic sectors of their education. If you want to see what we’re up to, look no further than this page!

More reading recommendations

LGBTQ+ Useful Links

LGBT History Home Learning

Who Am I?

Stonewall

Stonewall have been working for LGBT equality since 1989 and have made a real difference to the lives of LGBT people in the UK and around the world.

Mermaids

Mermaids offer family and individual support for gender diverse and transgender children and young people

Gendered Intelligence

GI offer support and guidance to young trans people.

Friday lunchtime in H12