How safe from hate are young people? Is your school ready for new online threat?
“right-wing extremism is reaching into our communities through sophisticated propaganda and subversive strategies creating and exploiting vulnerabilities … I don’t think…
Update on Against Borders for Children campaign
From Against Borders with Children.
Musical resources for primary school children and Refugee week
Caroline Hoile of Grumpy Sheep Music for primary education has returned from volunteering in a refugee camp in Greece and says that she is…
One School of Sanctuary’s Refugee week – Glebelands in Leicester
Refugee Week June 20th – 24th 2016
Against Borders for Children National Boycott of Data Collection
City of Sanctuary have supported the open letter from Against Borders for Children to the Rt Hon Justine Greening MP opposing the collection of nationality and country of birth…
Student’s refugee crisis book for children wins V&A Illustration Award
A student has written a book which asks young children ‘from a safe, comfortable background’ to think about what it…
Schools of Sanctuary and Oxfam create new resources to teach about refugees and welcome
Oxfam and Schools of Sanctuary, have created resources which enables learners to think about why refugees leave their homes, what challenges they…
Guardian provides a Guide “How to teach . . . about refugees”
As its contribution to Refugee Week, the Guardian Teacher Network has published an informative article with links to a range…
Leeds Schools Inclusion conference embraces Schools of Sanctuary
Rose McCarthy (National Streams Coordinator) and Emily Wood, a refugee from Zimbabwe gave a talk about Schools of Sanctuary at…
Latest Leeds Schools of Sanctuary newsletter
This term we have many exciting items, including a campaign to support, performances to book and happy news about our new schools of sanctuary.