Simple Acts: Watch a film, read a book and more with these simple ideas and resources for people of all ages.
Schools of Sanctuary
Schools of Sanctuary, part of City of Sanctuary, is a growing network with more than 300 primary and secondary schools all committed to supporting the thousands of young people seeking sanctuary in the UK, creating a culture of welcome, and raising awareness of the issues faced by refugees and asylum seekers. Find out more about becoming a School of Sanctuary on their website.
National Education Union
Welcoming refugee children to your school: Resources which have been developed and shared by teachers to help schools support refugees, including video clips about the experiences of refugee children and young people at school, and a guide to becoming a refugee-friendly school.
Anti-racism charter: A framework to help you explore ideas around race equality and plan how to tackle racism with children, young people and staff.
A Day of Welcome – Friday 11 June 2011
A Day of Welcome is a day of solidarity and learning in schools that aims to build a culture of welcome and understanding for refugees and asylum seekers, coordinated by Norfolk Schools of Sanctuary. Everyone is welcome to join in with A Day of Welcome, regardless of where you are, and the Day of Welcome website has lots of ideas, resources and activities to help you.