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Show Racism the Red Card Scotland were invited along to the NASUWT Scotland Conference 2019, engaging teachers with our latest anti-racism resources.
Find out what SRtRC Wales have been up to in April.
In the week that the Welsh Assembly celebrated 20 years of existence, racism was debated in the Senedd for the very first time.
Pupils from all across Wales attended the Marriot Hotel in Cardiff for our annual Creative Competition Awards 2019.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland took 60 local pupils and their teachers along to McDiarmid Park – home of St. Johnstone Football Club.
Exploring a longer-term project in partnership with staff at a Pupil Referral Unit.
Show Racism the Red Card attended the STUC Congress 2019, hosting a fringe meeting ‘Challenging Racism in the Workplace’, and showcasing their recent work to the First Minster of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon
Following our Scottish Creative Competition Awards, Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC came up with an exciting initiative to reward a local primary school for their anti-racism efforts.
Show Racism the Red Card joined over 90 pupils and teachers from Lorne Primary School and St. Mary’s Primary School at Easter Road, home of Hibernian Football Club.
Working with our teachers of tomorrow prompts SRtRC Wales to consider how we move forward and develop.
Find out what the Scottsh team have been up to in March 2019.
Team Wales covered the length and breadth of Wales, delivering workshops, training and presentations in 9 of the 22 local authorities.
School Competition Awards Ceremony
Josh Kelly produced a great short film about the SRtRC School Competition (England) Awards Ceremony at Manchester City FC April 2019.