SRtRC staff delivered anti-racism education across the UK to over 1600 young people as part of a range of activities supporting anti bullying week 2014
“This is a fantastic amount of work from our education and campaign teams across the UK. This is only a snapshot of the important educational work carried out by our teams each week throughout the UK, but demonstrates perfectly the tireless contributions each and every member of our team makes on a daily basis.”
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive, Show Racism the Red Card
Show Racism the Red Card offices in Southend, Cardiff, Glasgow and Newcastle, had an excellent anti-bullying week 2014 educating a total of 1,616 young people and 205 adults.
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive said “This is a fantastic amount of work from our education and campaign teams across the UK. This is only a snapshot of the important educational work carried out by our teams each week throughout the UK, but demonstrates perfectly the tireless contributions each and every member of our team makes on a daily basis.”
Below is a more detailed summary of the work in England, Scotland and Wales:
5 schools, all primary - working with 25 classes, totaling 616 young people
In addition, members of the Southern England team also delivered workshops at Norwich City FC and Crystal Palace, and attended an inter-faith celebration and promotional event with a number of partners.
17/11/2014 Crabtree Junior school,
18/11/2014 Norwich FC event
18/11/2014 Howe Dell Primary School
19/11/2014 Glade Primary School
20/11/2014 Uphall Primary School
20/11/2014 Crystal Palace FC event
21/11/2014 Inter-faith event
21/11/2014 Tanners Wood
The North East Education Team delivered anti-racism workshops in five different schools as part of anti-bullying week, working with 257 young people from across the region.
In addition, the team hosted an educational showcase event with North Tyneside Council at their Chambers which was attended by a further 60 young people.
17/11/14 North Tyneside Council Chamber event with 60 Churchill Community College students
18/11/14 Amberley Primary with 35 Year 6 students
19/11/14 Annfield Plain Primary with 57 Year 5 and 6 students
20/11/14 King Edward Primary with 60 Year 5 students
20/11/14 Wellbeck Academy with 45 Year 5 students
21/11/14 King Edward Primary with 60 Year 6 students
The Welsh team delivered anti-racism education in two schools as part of anti-bullying week; Ringland Primary School (Newport) 54 pupils and Derwendeg Primary School (Caerphilly). 45 pupils.
Satff also attended the UNCRC conference in Neath Port Talbot and ran a stall featuring educational materials and merchandise.
The team also delivered Equalities training to 80 members of staff at Companies House in Cardiff and delivered a twilight session to every head teacher in Pembrokeshire at an event run by the Pembrokeshire Council.
Towards the end of the week, more Equalities training was delivered to a further 80 members of staff at Companies House in Cardiff.
Education workers from the campaign in Scotland delivered in five different schools in five days, working with a total of 164 young people.
17/11/14 Carlibar Primary
18/11/14 Firrhill High School
19/11/14 St Margaret’s Primary
20/11/14 Kirkliston Primary
21/11/14 Cross Arthurlie Primary
Show Racism the Red Card would like to thank all of its contributing partners from local authorities. football clubs and other educational providers for continuing to support the charities anti-racism education work and for helping to provide so much value education during Anti-Bullying Week 2014.
Special thanks goes to all SRtRC education workers and staff - You're the best!