79 Workshops delivered in another busy March – 31st March 2015
“Many thanks for the workshop. Steve Jenkins was a fantastic facilitator – great class management and rapport with the class and confident delivery of the activities. Would highly recommend to others.”
Osbaston Primary School
March 2015 proved to be the busiest month for SRtRC Wales as 79 workshops were delivered to schools, PRU’s and Youth Clubs across Wales. This month our anti-racism message reached over 2,000 young people and over 100 adults.
The month in numbers:
· 79 Workshops Delivered
· 47 Primary Schools
· 26 Secondary Schools
· 3 Youth Clubs
· 2 ITECs
· 1 PRU
· 5 Club Events
· 1 Academy Players Workshop (Rhyl)
· 1 Teacher Training Conference
Areas covered included Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Ceredigion, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, NPT, Newport, Powys, RCT, Swansea, Vale of Glamorgan and Wrexham. The workshops were delivered by our Education Workers, Chris Stokes, Noam Devey, Lindsey Bridgeman, retired footballer Steve Jenkins and Campaign Worker, Jason Webber.
It has been fantastic to reach so many young people in so many different areas and as usual the feedback from pupils and teachers has been positive. In a number of cases the schools are keen for us to expand the work to the other year groups and develop a joined up strategy for educate their pupils about racism. We are looking forward to the summer term to continue our much needed work.
If you are interested in a partnership with your local authority, having a workshop at your school or want more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 029 2035 1616.