Please find a statement of support below from our Principal and Chair of Governors.
Please click here for a summary of the progress the College has made to address institutional bias and racism over the past 18 months and an outline of the plan moving forward,
Please also visit our Bruford Voices and Reflections page to watch powerful videos from our students and alumni as well as links to articles and resources.
Dear College Community
In solidarity with the many voices protesting at the death of George Floyd in the United States, which alert us to institutional racism, violence and other forms of discrimination worldwide, we are reaching out to ensure that all of the Rose Bruford College community of students, staff and alumni feel supported. We are London’s International Drama School, and have zero tolerance of racism and violence anywhere in the world.
If recent events have affected you in any way, our Student Services Team are available to provide support on [email protected] if you would like to speak to one of the team or be put in contact with a Mental Health First-Aider.
Staff in need of support should contact human resources on [email protected] who will be able to direct you towards support.
As educators, students, artists and leaders we must all participate vigorously in democracy and empower our community to make change. Black lives matter.
We are here to support you.
Clarie Middleton Monisha Shah
Principal and CEO Chair of the Board of Governors
Rose Bruford College Rose Bruford College