RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES
Guidance for Initial Teacher Trainers This resource is designed to be an accessible guide, packed with advice and activities that will help institutions to prepare student teachers to tackle racism and promote equality in the classroom.
Tackling racism in school factsheets (Wales) - These factsheets feature a range of brief guides to appropriate terminology, equality duties, and identifying and reporting a racist incident in schools in Wales.
Recognising and responding to racism and racial stereotyping - Guidelines for teachers on recognising and responding to racism in school. (Welsh)
Reflecting on your school's culture and environment - Guidelines to help teachers evaluate the current culture and environment of the school with reflective questions to aid in staff training and discussions.
Reporting suspected racist incidents in school: A guide for parents - This guide highlights the duty of care that schools have in dealing with incidents and provides advice of what measures parents can take if positive action has not been taken by the school.
Language and terminology: an introduction for teachers - Guidelines for teachers on terms that are acceptable / unacceptable. (Welsh)
Cyber bullying and racism - This factsheet provides and Introduction to cyber bullying, steps on how to recognise if someone is a victim of racist cyber bullying and advice for teachers to provide to pupils.
One Goal Wall Hanger resource - The One Goal Wall Hanger gives teachers the knowledge, confidence and resources to embed anti-racism education throughout the primary school curriculum within specific subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Drama etc. (Available in Welsh)
Responding to racism Action plan template - Template for responding to and dealing with racism in school.
Recommended Resources and Websites
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust - 'Speak Up Speak Out' for HMD 2012
Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month: this website provides information on GRT History Month in June
Simple Acts: a brilliant campaign from Refugee Week, full of practical suggestions of actions young people can undertake.
Diversity in Diction: Equality in Action: a helpful guide to appropriate language use, written by Unison and the TUC (produced in 2008)
These are only a few of the many excellent teaching aids available: please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific suggestions or recommendations for inclusion below.