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Click here to be taken to the Climate Crisis Project page - a multidisciplinary project offering resources to support your teaching about the Climate Crisis.

Contact Details

Michelle Nye: County Inspector/Adviser for Ethnic Minority Achievement, Race Equality and Cultural Diversity
Tel:  01256 330195 / Email:  michelle.nye@hants.gov.uk

Minnie Moore: Teacher Adviser at the Rights and Diversity Education Centre
Tel:  01962 846745 / Email:  rade.centre@hants.gov.uk

Fi Martin: Resource Officer at the Rights and Diversity Education (RADE) Centre
Tel:  01962 846745 / Email:  fiona.martin@hants.gov.uk

With the chance to win an eco-school trip for your class and lots of other eco goodies, Recycle Week is the perfect opportunity to showcase your creativity and show pupils how their actions can make a difference. You can start with our PSHE and Science PowerPoint lesson to guide pupils through what recycling means, then take on one (or two) of our creative missions to enter into our competition prize draw! 

You can find our Climate Crisis Project Moodle page here!

RRE Courses

Take a look at our RRE learning opportunities available to book:

To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box:

Spring Term 2022

Challenging & Responding Effectively to Prejudicial Language & Behaviour in School Communities 21-22 8 Feb 2022

Keyword search: Challenging Responding 22

This half-day course offered to both primary and secondary practitioners is in response to the significant rise in racist incident reporting in Hampshire schools over the last five years.

Following discussion with teachers and pupils it has become evident that other prejudicial behaviours are on the increase also.

Price: Sub £90 / SLA £55 / Full £108

Participation and Pupil Voice 2021-22 1 March 2022

Keyword Search: Pupil voice

This half day course will explore the role of pupil voice across school communities and how it improves engagement, learning outcomes, mental health and wellbeing and relationships for children and young people. It will provide practitioners with the opportunity to reflect on the true nature of meaningful participation and offer strategies and resources to develop this further in their own settings. 

Price: Sub £90 / SLA £55 / Full £108

Pan Hampshire Toolkit for Challenging and Responding to Prejudicial Language and Behaviour

A multi-agency toolkit aimed at helping schools to tackle prejudicial behaviour among children and young people and enable them to become more targeted in their response to discriminatory and negative attitudes towards difference. The Toolkit offers a new recording form, a pupil survey and a leaflet to inform parents and include them in the dialogue.

Click on the tile below to access the downloadable resources. 

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