March Monthly Round-up: England

The Education teams in England worked to collectively deliver a series of informative, creative workshops and events during March 2018. 

66 workshops

143 hours of workshop activities, excluding assemblies and fun fitness sessions

2,295 young people participated

15 Primary schools   

7 Secondary school 

In the North East, the Education team delivered 38 workshops, over 87 hours, to a total of 1,455 school students, across the region in 11 Primary schools and 4 Secondary schools.

In the Southern Region, the Education team delivered 28 workshops, over 56 hours, to a total of 840 young people, across the South Region in 4 Primary schools and 3 Secondary schools.


Here are some of the testimonies from our visits:


"Lots of good feedback yesterday. All of the educators engaged really well with the children which is really important. Activities were really good and enjoyable.

Thank you so much, we would welcome you back willingly!" - Teacher from Edwinstree


"I just wanted to say a really big thank you to you, Francis and Manisha for your delivery of the 'Show Racism the Red Card' educational workshops for our Year 4 and 5 pupils.  It was a fantastic opportunity for our pupils to develop a deeper understanding of racism and how it can affect others.  The sessions were thought-provoking and generated some excellent discussions.  The teachers thought it was a valuable workshop for their pupils to participate in and the pupils clearly enjoyed them.   It was lovely to welcome you all to our school and hope that you will be able to visit again.  Please pass on my thanks to Francis and Manisha."

Catharine King, Deputy Head of Sunnymede