We are thrilled to announce that our school’s award winning Every Name Matters initiative has gained press coverage in TES. The article highlights our school’s dedication to tackling name mispronunciation and creating an inclusive environment for our students. Through this initiative, we aim to address the issue of students feeling undervalued and insecure when their names are persistently mispronounced.

The TES article sheds light on how our school, led by Mr. Hammond, formed a working group of teachers and support staff to develop a system to address name mispronunciation. The Every Name Matters initiative provides teachers with pronunciation guides and resources while conducting regular workshops and training sessions to promote respectful and inclusive language practices.

By prioritising the correct pronunciation of every student’s name, our school strives to foster an environment where all students feel seen, heard, and valued. We invite you to read the full TES article here to learn more about our award-winning initiative and the impact it has on promoting inclusivity and respect.

Join us in championing the significance of recognising and honouring the unique identities of our students. Together, we can create a learning environment where every name truly matters.