And we’re off! The SRtRC team have had a brilliant start to the New Year .
In January, we delivered in:
23 primary schools
3 secondary schools
Working with a total of 1991 young people.
The feedback we receive from schools continues to demonstrate the impact of our workshops and why we do what we do:
‘The teachers and pupils loved his workshops, he was inspiring, engaging and made both adults and children alike think about immigration and racism. Thank you so much, there has been a buzz of excitement around the school all day and I have been told some of the children have asked if he will teach here!’
‘It is one of our favourite days of the year when we get to work with staff from SRtRC. The sessions are thought provoking and very interactive.’
In addition to our workshops, SRtRC Wales have conducted a twilight training session in Cardiff as well as representing the charity at the UNISON Black Members Conference in Llandudno.
January has been particularly exciting as we have begun new partnerships with the NASUWT, Newport Council and the Welsh Government. We are so grateful to all our funders who have enabled us to work with schools across 11 of the 22 local authorities in Wales, in just one month! We’re looking forward to another term of workshops, club events and adult training. If you would like SRtRC to visit your school, please email firstname.lastname@example.org