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.
- The National Education Union have released an Anti-racism Charter designed to help you explore ideas around race equality and plan how to tackle racism with children, young people and staff.
- Show Racism the Red Card - have released new online resources and films, including an online course for anyone working with young people:
- Equaliteach run workshops for children and young people and training for educators to tackle race and racism
- Integrity Coaching have produced a blog - Talking about Race - 10 steps to Progress
- Educate against Hate - have a wide range of resources for classrooms of all ages, including those with autism spectrum conditions, giving teachers the information and guidance to teach these sensitive subjects with confidence
- The PHSE schoolsweb pages have a number of resources allowing PHSE subject leaders, teachers and other professionals to deliver Equalities work in schools. Find out more about challenging racism through PHSE education here.
- The black experiences hub is now is now live; providing information, advice and practical resources to help teachers and parents better understand black, Asian and minority ethnic experiences.