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Posted: Wed, 23 Jan 2019 13:14
Kidscape are the UK's longest running anti-bullying charity. They are offering schools the opportunity to take part in a free 'ZAP in Schools' programme, supporting children from a young age to recognise bullying behaviour, and have the skills to deal with it. For many years they have delivered their ZAP programme to children and families in the community and now want to reach many more children through their new ZAP in Schools programme.
This is delivered through a school assembly and 2 hour workshops aimed at children in years 5 and 6. Children who participate in the programme will:
- Understand what bullying behaviour is (including the difference between teasing, friendship fall-outs and bullying),
- Have a range of Kidscape ZAP tools to deal with bullying behaviour (e.g. understanding assertive behaviour, the power of voice and posture, fogging)
- Know who to ask for help if they or others are being bullied
If you would like to find out more please see the attached document and contact Julie.email@example.com
Posted: Wed, 05 Dec 2018 15:09
'Everyone's Welcome' is a whole school approach that teaches children about equality and diversity, in line with British Values, Ofsted guidelines and the Equality Act (2010). Everyone's Welcome uses storybooks, lesson plans and assemblies to create and support the development of a whole school community that embraces and celebrates all forms of difference.
Following the success of our pilot last year, we are really excited to be in a position to be able to roll out our 'Everyone's Welcome' project to a wider number of schools this year.
Please read our leaflet for more information about the project, and complete and return the flyer and booking form for the initial training on March 13th. This training will be part of a wider implementation package we will be offering to schools (including all 35 storybooks, the manual, full day training, network meetings with other schools, and support across the year).
There are limited places available so I would recommend completing the booking form and returning ASAP.
Posted: Tue, 05 Dec 2017 15:22
We will be running another half day training session for lead anti-bullying Governors on Thursday 8th March 2018. For more information & to book a place, please see flyer and attached booking form:
Posted: Wed, 29 Nov 2017 10:06
Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and The Young Transgender Centre of Excellence have worked with other Local Authorities and external agencies to develop a 'Trans Toolkit for schools'.
This one-day training will use this toolkit to help build knowledge and confidence to provide effective support and develop a trans inclusive school.
For further details and booking information, see flyer:
Posted: Mon, 04 Sep 2017 09:24
Listen to the voice of the young Gypsy and Travellers.
What does the future holds for them.
Date; Thursday 26th October 2017
Time; 9.30 – 4.30
Venue; Brite Centre, Braunstone Avenue, Leicester, LE3 1LE.
Posted: Fri, 25 Aug 2017 12:56
Are you interested in getting involved with Holocaust Memorial Day 2018?
Would you like support organising an activity in your area?
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust is the charity that promotes and supports HMD across the UK.