The School Resources Checklist is for art and design educators working in schools
This checklist aims to start a conversation around anti-racism in your school context with your staff & students. Questioning who is seen (practitioners), what is used (art, craft and design) and how it is being positioned.
As with each of the other two checklists the questions are based around four key questions that hopefully lead into a critical engagement with the school resource under scrutiny. They cover ‘who’ is given space, ‘what’ is included, ‘how’ terminology is used and framed and a leading question that asks what else needs scrutiny in your setting?
It is hoped that this checklist will start the process of review or to feed into anti-racist practice already started.