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SRtRC Education Hub Surpasses 10,000 Users!

Show Racism the Red Card’s online education platform, The Education Hub, launched only in February this year, has now surpassed 10,000 registered users!

It had long been an ambition of our organisation to be able to provide all schools and educational settings with the free anti-racism resources, to facilitate these important discussions with their learners, and we are delighted to be celebrating such an important milestone so early in The Hub’s existence.

Supported in its first phase by Sainsbury’s, The Hub includes anti-racism resources on Black History Month, Islamophobia, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller and antisemitism. Educators and learners, at any stage of their anti-racism journey, will also find our wide range of video resources very useful.

The Education Hub lessons include:

  • learning outcomes
  • facilitator session notes
  • pupil-facing slides
  • downloadable resources
  • helpful videos
  • detailed curriculum links (England, Wales and Scotland)
  • additional resource suggestions and links
  • feedback opportunities.

SOME ED HUB STATS

 

o   Feedback from educators and learners: 96% and 98% positive, respectively.

o   In excess of 80K site visits

o   Number of times lessons accessed: 17K

o   Top 7 countries accessing The Hub:

UK

USA

SPAIN

IRELAND

INDIA

AUSTRALIA

FRANCE

 

Educators can strengthen their own understanding of issues around racism, and in turn that of the young people they work alongside. The resources shared on The Hub have been carefully created to allow teachers and educators to raise the subject of race and racism with the young people they work with, in a sensitive and thoughtful way. We encourage anti-racism discussions to take place in schools and educational settings, and allow staff to create a safe space for young people to talk about racism and how we can tackle it in our society.

Browse resources on The Hub, by signing up for free at https://theredcardhub.org/

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