SRtRC and Charlton Athletic Community Trust worked in partnership to deliver fun and educational workshops at Horizons Primary Academy
We would like to thank Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Race & Equality for their support running such a great event. Thanks also to the students and staff at Horizon Primary Academy who were brilliant on the day.
Laura Watkins, Campaign Support Worker
Show Racism the Red Card teamed up with Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT), and Race & Equality (CARE) yesterday for a series of great workshops at Horizons Primary Academy.
Inspirational educators Manisha Tailor and Francis Duku ran the SRtRC workshops on racism and equality in the classroom, while experienced coach Bradley Marshall from Charlton Athletic Community Trust ran fitness sessions and spoke to the young people about respect and teamwork.
The tutors worked with a total of 86 students from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 on the day and managed to get across the important message of inclusion and anti-racism.
Sean Marriner, a teacher at the school, said ‘We really enjoyed the workshop. The kids seemed really engaged and learnt a lot from it!’
SRtRC would like to thank Horizon Primary Academy for welcoming SRtRC to their school, and Charlton Athletic Community Trust for their support, and being part of a fantastic day.