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Race and Religion

Race and Religion

Working with schools we want to challenge misconceptions, stereotypes and negative attitudes in society and to promote integration within and between all our communities.

Respect, equality and diversity are key features in a well-planned PSHE education programme. A safe and respectful classroom can give pupils the opportunity to reflect on how each individual's behaviour, attitudes and biases affect others and teach them how to recognise and challenge prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination.

Show Racism the Red Card Schools Competition 2021

Show Racism the Red Card Competitions encourage young people from schools and other educational settings to produce creative work with an original anti-racism theme.

Entrants can produce work in a wide-range of media, including artwork, creative writing, film and music. The entries are consistently inspirational and SRtRC makes sure that many have a resonance beyond the competition by using them in educational resources and magazines, on the campaign’s website, social media channels, YouTube and in a special calendar. All competition winners are invited to a special awards ceremony with prizes presented by special guests, including current and former professional footballers.

This year there is an additional category in the form of a T-shirt design category.  Click here to see the templates for the t-shirt design. This category will go alongside existing categories of anti-racism artwork, poetry, creative writing, and digital work.

View the flyer for more information here

Becoming an Antiracist - The Podcast

This is series of podcasts and a great resource for teachers. 

Access it here 

 

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