• Create a sense of safety and inclusion for all
  • Develop understanding of what it means to seek sanctuary. Dispel negative myths
  • Provide learning opportunities around human rights, social justice, diversity and interdependence
  • Strengthen race equality and community cohesion work
  • Increase student voice and promote active citizenship
  • Augment work to attain Stephen Lawrence Education Standard or other inclusion award initiatives
  • Provide evidence to meet Ofsted expectations for high educational achievement for refugee and unaccompanied asylum seeking children

5 Responses to “Why become a School of Sanctuary?”

    • Colleen

      Dear Sandra,
      Apologies if you have been waiting for reply. I just came upon this by chance. I am sure that we can support you to become a school of sanctuary. Please email me at [email protected] and I will follow it up with a phone chat.


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