Chantelle Douglas is an early years’ specialist, experienced primary school teacher, inclusion lead and special educational needs coordinator. She is also part of a trust equalities group and equalities lead for her school.
As part of her current role, Chantelle oversees and supports SEN provision and works alongside the senior team and staff to widen representation and meaningful exploration of diversity. She has led sessions on diversity at Inset days and has previously worked at an inner-city faith school.
During the ‘Black Lives Matter’ protest in 2020, Chantelle was instrumental in using the opportunity to educate her school and the local community on inclusion, diversity and being kind, and encouraged her own school to revisit their own practice to ensure it was as representative and inclusive as possible.