The New Collaborative Learning Trust, the multi-academy Trust that runs New College Pontefract, New College Doncaster and New College Bradford, has been ranked number 29 in the National Centre for Diversity’s Top 100 Index. This index ranks the top institutions in the country for equality and diversity.
The National Centre for Diversity is a campaigning organisation that seeks to advance equality, diversity and inclusion across a wide range of public, private and third sector organisations. Its annual top 100 is designed to throw a spotlight on best practice. The New Collaborative Learning Trust’s track-record of success in the list illustrates the trust’s long-term commitment to issues around inclusion and diversity.
“We are delighted to once again be placed in the top 30 institutions of the National Centre for Diversity’s Top 100 Index,” said Lauren Walker, Director of Human Resources for New Collaborative Learning Trust. “Our continued success demonstrates our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion for all, and recognises the hard work of our staff and students in creating such a positive environment of fairness and mutual respect.”
You can see the full Top 100 Index and 2020 Award winners on the NCfD website at: https://nationalcentrefordiversity.com/2020-ncfd-grand-awards-home/