Skip to content ↓
Walthamstow School for Girls

Diversity News

The latest news from WSFG on the subjects of Diversity and Equal Opportunities.


Diversity Workshops

Dear Parents / Carers,

I have organised some Trans-inclusion workshops for Year 8 students on Wednesday 20th June. The workshops will take place in my classroom for one hour.

The aim of these workshops is to give our students an opportunity to engage with issues around sexual orientation and gender identity in a safe and open environment.

The key messages are ones of kindness, respect and equality.

In our school we want students to feel free to express themselves and feel valued for their uniqueness.

The main focus of the workshops is to listen to LGBT volunteer role models whose powerful stories give an insight in to the experiences of LGBT people. A Question & Answer Session and interactive activities will follow, which will help develop students' empathy, understanding and acceptance, and challenge stereotypes and prejudice.

I hope they behave impeccably and enjoy the session.

Thank you for your support.

Ms Desbenoit
Diversity Coordinator


In celebration of the life of Alan Turing, members of Year 9 have been playing the Alan Turing edition of Monopoly. It is based on a hand-drawn version of the game which Alan played over 50 years ago. The original can be seen in the Bletchley Park Museum.

Ms Robinson
Challenge Co-ordinator


 


Everybody’s talking about Jamie! Drama / Diversity Trip opportunity:

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. 

Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. 

Jamie is terrified about the future. 

Jamie is going to be a sensation. 

Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight. 

This fearless, funny, fabulous brand new musical sensation hits London with catchy new songs by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae. 

Sixteen: the edge of possibility.  Time to make your dreams come true. 

“Touching, Funny, Joyous” THE OBSERVER.

Everybody’s talking about Jamie! Drama / Diversity Trip:

 

As part of our commitment to celebrating LGBTQ+ month in February, Drama and Diversity have collaborated to organise a trip to see Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre on Tuesday 6th February at 7.30pm.

 

Congratulations to the following students who secured a place on this trip:

 

  1. Emma  10C
  2. Eli  10F
  3. Zoya  10C
  4. Nuriya  10S
  5. Lizzie  10C
  6. Tenzin  10C
  7. Charlotte  10C
  8. Maddy  10G
  9. Orla  10C
  10. Anna  10G
  11. Shula  10F
  12. Ruby  10C
  13. Leah  10C
  14. Isobel  10C
  15. Amana  10G
  16. Evan  9W
  17. Jessica  11W
  18. Assa  11F
  19. Twyla  11F
  20. Aleeza  10W 
  21. Emily  10C
  22. Sammy  10S

Ms Desbenoit

Diversity Coordinator”

Ms Desbenoit
Diversity Coordinator

Page 1

  • International Women's Day

    Published 30/04/18

    WSFG marks the day with a full calendar of activities

    Read More
  • Year 7 Student Performs at the Royal Opera House

    Published 19/02/18

    See and hear her singing an excerpt from Carmen, in French

    Read More
  • Gender Sexuality Alliance Group launched

    Published 06/11/17

    Inclusive safe space for students who are members of the LGBTQ+ community

    Read More
  • Black History Month Assembly

    Published 31/10/17

    Watch it here!

    Read More
  • WSFG celebrates Black History Month

    Published 12/10/17

    Celebrating 30 years of BHM in the UK

    Read More
  • Islamophobia Response

    Published 22/09/17

    We stand united together

    Read More
Awards