So, our school has decided to ask staff to consider our practice to be as "inclusive as we can be". We have to watch an "anti-racism" video and complete a survey. There's nothing wrong with our school having a debate or consulting colleagues about our curriculum BUT - and it's a big BUT - there's no debate. Or consultation. The BAME-as-Victim narrative does not trip off the tongues of those outside certain management circles. Yet ideas such as 'decolonising our curriculum' have gone from a contentious thought held by ultra liberal do-gooders, to being rolled out to all staff. What to do?