• Working Together To Make Everything Better
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  • Working Together To Make Everything Better
  • Working Together To Make Everything Better
  • Working Together To Make Everything Better

Equality Talk 12th May

Police Inspector Irene Afful visited Joseph Paxton Campus on the 12th May to talk to KS3 and Y10 students about her experiences of being a Black police-lady in the UK.  In June 2003, Irene  became the highest-ranking black woman officer in Merseyside Police at that time.  She was the first black female inspector in the history of Merseyside Police.  Irene currently works with The College of Policing who has been commissioned to develop and deliver a national programme to improve the recruitment, development, progression and retention of black and minority ethnic (BME) officers and staff.   Irene has spoken on equality & diversity issues.  She was so impressed with our students and the school that she has expressed an interest in contiunuing to offer her support in school in her free time.

Please see further photographs in the Gallery.

  • Client Award
  • International School Award
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  • Fmsis
  • Healthy Schools
  • Eco-Schools Green Flag
  • Connexions
  • CEG Award
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