The BME Attainment Gap project is offering a £500 competitive bursary to an individual/team who have changed practice to ensure it is more inclusive of the needs of their diverse student body.
We're proud to have a diverse community at our university where students and staff are supported to achieve their full potential. At the recent Attainment Gap Community of Practice event recently we shared details of a case study competition to encourage you to develop inclusive curricula.

We are offering a £500 competitive bursary to an individual/team who have changed a particular aspect of their practice to ensure that it is more inclusive of the needs of their diverse student body. In addition to presenting at one of the university's annual conferences or journals, the bursary is to enable the individual/team to disseminate their good practice at a relevant conference of their choice.

The deadline for submissions is Monday 10 December

You can find more details in the case study competition form, completed entries should be sent to attainmentgap@greenwich.ac.uk

Your case study should be clearly linked to the principles and intervention points of the Inclusive Curriculum Framework.

If you have any questions about this or the Attainment Gap Project or Community of Practice, please contact attainmentgap@greenwich.ac.uk