Overview of educational work delivered by SRtRC Education teams
Show Racism the Red Card offers school children a wonderful opportunity to explore the issues of racism in a supportive environment. By using sport, and particular football as a vehicle for delivering its message all pupils relate to the issues really appropriately. The discussion sessions are excellent and are complimented by the football sessions.
Tony Gill, Headteacher of Hedworth Lane Primary School, Boldon Colliery
The North-East and South-East Education teams have been delivering educational workshops throughout England during June.
Throughout the month of June the Show Racism the Red Card (England) Education teams worked to collectively deliver practical and imaginative workshops and events across England:
225 hours of workshop activities, excluding assemblies and fun fitness sessions
2,595 young people participated
23 Primary schools
2 First schools
5 Secondary schools
1 SEN school
In the North East, the Education team delivered 72 workshops, 144 hours to a total of 1875 school students, across the region in 18 Primary schools, 2 First schools, 3 Secondary schools and 2 First schools and 1 SEN school.
In the Southern region, the Education team delivered 54 workshops, over 81 hours to a total 720 students, across the south region in 5 Primary schools and 2 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.