Guided by our framework articulated above, we employ the following practices:

Recognising Diversity

We respect and value the diversity of our staff and students. This includes, but is not limited to, people who are:
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) or people of color (POC)
  • Live with disability or who are differently-abled
  • Of diverse gender identities and sexualities
  • Who live with medical or mental health conditions
  • Who are socio-economically disadvantaged
We ensure that all our teaching and promotional materials celebrate and reflect diversity. We respect differences and value the contributions of all our staff, students and other stakeholders.

Working Inclusively

We acknowledge contributions from our staff, students, and partner school communities by providing opportunities for professional development and collaboration. We ensure that our program is cost effective, and this encourages participation from prospective and current schools. Our program also ensures that geographical, cultural, social, or economic barriers do not disadvantage schools from accessing Meg. We foster an inclusive workplace culture which provides a culturally safe environment where all our stakeholders from all cultural backgrounds are respected and included. We underpin and review our curricula and pedagogical practices regularly in order to ensure respect and inclusion. Areas of focus include socio-emotional learning (SEL) and culturally responsive teaching.

Approaching Equity

We embrace and celebrate new initiatives that foster diversity, inclusion, and equity. We strive to create an organisation that is innovative and constantly evolving in order to maintain our equity goals. We encourage meaningful participation of diverse student and partner school voices, which then informs our curricula and pedagogical innovations