DARPL brings together a diverse team of providers with lived and professional experience through a professional learning and resource hub with a Welsh perspective in raising multi-disciplinary racial consciousness, as we all work together within the New Curriculum for Wales.
Our DARPL work centres on professional learning for those working in educational settings to develop delegates’ understanding of anti-racism, which should lead to a development of anti-racist practice. The professional learning has been developed to take into consideration the different roles of those working in educational settings and is tailored to support that.
Our vision is to ensure that those working within education develop the tools and carry out anti-racist practice that supports the aim of being an anti-racist Wales by 2030.
DARPL incorporates research, current examples, video clips and lived experience. During and following your engagement with DARPL, you will need to continue your own journey in professional learning individually, with your peers and with your learners.
DARPL (Diversity and Anti-Racist Professional Learning) brings together a diverse team of providers funded by Welsh Government working together on this platform.
DARPL aims to support practitioners start their journey in Anti-Racist Professional Learning, Cultural Competency and Race relations within education in Wales. Leaders, teachers, wider school staff and learners need to be supported in the start of their whole-school approaches so they continue in new ways of working to ensure Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic contributions and presence are embedded and sustained within our New Curriculum for Wales from September 2022 onwards.
DARPL (Diversity and Anti-Racist Professional Learning) brings together a diverse team of providers funded by Welsh Government working together on this platform. A professional learning, teaching and resources hub with a Welsh perspective for raising multi-disciplinary racial consciousness as we all work together within the New Curriculum for Wales.
This work follows on from the recent ground-breaking work undertaken by Welsh Government, and led by Professor Charlotte Williams and The Working Group on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities, Contributions and Cynefin in the New Curriculum for Wales (Welsh Government, 2021). Welsh Government also published an Action Plan in October 2021 for the Welsh teaching profession and Welsh Universities to embrace this change agenda and begin to level the playing field for Minority Ethnic ITE students, schoolteachers and leaders.
DARPL and partners are managing our professional learning events via Eventbrite.
When signing up, Eventbrite will collect your name and email address as part of the booking process.