Jerome Cargill  [image: Gareth Watkins]

Jerome Cargill

Jerome Cargill

In this podcast Jerome talks about being a teacher who is openly gay, the Newlands College diversity group and why its important to make sure diversity is not just a poster slogan.

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Record date:1st May 2016
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins