May Monthly Round-up: England

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

46 workshops

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

1420 young people participated

11 Primary schools   

2 Secondary schools

1 College 

In the North East, the Education team delivered 22 workshops, over 44 hours, to a total of 693 school students, across the region in 5 Primary schools and 1 Secondary school.

In addition, the team delivered an entire programme of Promoting Equality & Tackling Inequality in the Workplace training in partnership with Darlington Borough Council. 160 members of staff from the Council's Civils Team recieved training across 6 sessions throughout the month.

The team also delivered anti-racism education training to 15 adults as part of a Northern UNISON Branch Development meeting. The training was provided as part of a longstanding funding agreement with Northern UNISON. 

At the end of the month, the Education Team delivered anti-racism education training to 30 members of Humberside Police. The training was designed to support officers to deliver anti-racism education in a variety of settings using SRtRC's model and resources. 

In the Southern Region, the Education team delivered 24 workshops, over 48 hours, to a total of 727 young people, across the South Region in 6 Primary schools, 1 Secondary School and 1 College.


Here are some of the testimonies from our visits:


"Just wanted to give some quick feedback about the SRtRC workshops this week.

Staff and pupils all felt it was fantastic - particularly in years 5&6. Kevin, Francis & Lionel were outstanding yesterday, the pupils were in awe listening to them and the topics inspired debate amongst the staff as well as pupils. 

The Year 4 sessions were good, Shona and her colleague (sorry can't recall her name!) were inspiring and led the sessions well, although the teachers felt there was bit too much sitting still for the younger pupils.

In all, we were really pleased so please pass on our thanks to everyone involved."

 - Iver Heath Junior School


"I thought it was a BRILLIANT day out, one of the best I’ve been on. The ladies who took the session were excellent and got people involved, and they gave me some excellent ideas for future training / presentations to school kids, and in the car on the way back the three of us were discussing everything we had done."

PCSO, Humberside Police