Overview of educational work delivered by SRtRC Education and Campaign teams
Show Racism the Red Card (England) carried out educational work throughout the Country during March, delivered by Education teams in the North-East and South and supported by the programme of educational events at football clubs around the Country.
SRtRC education teams worked throughout the month to collectively deliver:
- 89 Workshops
- 134 hours of workshop activities, excluding assemblies and fun fitness sessions
- 2,454 pupils participated
- 14 Primary Schools
- 12 Secondary Schools
In addition, the programme of educational events for young people with football clubs continued:
- 9 Educational events with football clubs
- 3 full day events, 6 half day events
- 17 workshops
- 835 pupils participated
The campaign also held an Awards Ceremony at Notts. County FC for young people in Nottinghamshire; winners of the Nottinghamshire County Council SRtRC School Competition and held the judging of the national SRtRC School Competition.
In the North East, the education team delivered 52 workshops to schools across the region and in Rochdale. 1,336 students were engaged by the team, who delivered 86 hours of workshop activities.
Twelve primary schools received initial SRtRC and follow-on workshops and Six secondary schools experienced workshops looking at contemporary racism and the dangers of far-right groups.
In the Southern region, the education team delivered 37 workshops in Hertfordshire, Greenwich, Sefton, Buckinghamshire, Norfolk and Hackney. 1,118 students participated in workshops from the team, who delivered 48 hours of workshop activities, in 2 Primary schools and 6 Secondary schools.
To find out more about the work of the Education teams and to make enquiries about bookings please visit this area of the website.