School Diversity Week: daily photo challenge
We might all be apart at the moment, but we still want to see your photos every day! We've got two challenges to get involved with during the week.
(Concerned about safeguarding? For details about how we are working to keep pupils safe during School Diversity Week, you can view our detailed safeguarding plan.)
MONDAY - THURSDAY
Progress Flag Challenge
Rainbow Clothes Campaign
One photo for each colour
Progress Flag colours are allocated to different days (e.g. take one of a blue party hat for Tuesday)
Bonus points for photos on the theme of diversity, understanding and celebration
Send us in photos of yourself in any one of the colours from the Progress Flag.
We’re planning on making a collage of you all to show that even though we can’t be together, we'll still join as one to celebrate diversity.
Which colours for which days?
All of them!
What is the Progress Flag?
The Progress Flag was created in 2018, designed to update the existing rainbow pride flag. The design incorporates the colours of the trans flag (white, pink, light blue) and black and brown stripes to represent LGBT+ people of colour. Both groups face disproportionate levels of discrimination, face unique challenges and have histories that other members of the LGBT+ communities don’t. The flag draws attention to these and encourages us to fight for the equal rights of everyone under the LGBT+ umbrella.