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Michelle Nye: County Inspector/Adviser for Ethnic Minority Achievement, Race Equality and Cultural Diversity
Tel: 01256 330195 / Email: email@example.com
Minnie Moore: Teacher Adviser at the Rights and Diversity Education Centre
Tel: 01962 846745 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fi Martin: Resource Officer at the Rights and Diversity Education (RADE) Centre
Tel: 01962 846745 / Email: email@example.com
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 2021
Participation and Pupil Voice
This course is being offered on 21 April, 12 May and 9 June 2021 (afternoon session)
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 £50
Challenging & Responding Effectively to prejudicial language & behaviour in school communities 20-21
This course is being offered on 28 April, 19 May and 16 June 2021 (afternoon session)
Keyword search: Prejudicial language
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. The course will clarify what constitutes prejudicial behaviour, useful procedures to follow and explore opportunities to challenge negative attitudes/behaviours using the curriculum and wider ethos of the school.
There will also be an opportunity to contribute to the development of a new Hampshire tool designed to support schools in tracking these behaviours more effectively. The course supports schools statutory duty under:- The Equalities Act 2010- Fundamental British Values- SMSC.
Price: Sub £90 SLA £50 Full £108
Creating a Culturally Inclusive Community in our School
This course is being offered on 5 May and 26 May 2021 (afternoon session)
Keyword search: Culturally inclusive
This is an opportunity for schools to develop and support race equality and diversity teaching in the curriculum, environment and wider ethos of the school.
- Reflect on and identify existing good practice within their setting; whole school audit
- Raise awareness of and identify areas to develop further
- Explore features of good practice, whole school approaches and practical ideas and resources to enable practitioners to embed diverse perspectives across the curriculum
- support schools with their duty under the Equality Act, SMSC and Ofsted requirements.
Price: Sub £90 SLA £50 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.