‘Faith in Us, Educating Young People about Islamophobia’ is a resource for teachers to use in the classroom to work with young people and educate about Islamophobia.
The resources include lesson plans with tips and advice of how individuals can recognise and respond to Islamophobic incidents. This provides an excellent opportunity to deliver a relevant project during Ramadan leading to individuals becoming “Agents for Change”
More details and free downloads can be found here.
For full advice, support and guidance with meeting the Prevent Duty, staff training, student workshops and advice for promoting British values in the curriculum, please contact: Perryn Jasper, Prevent Education Officer, email@example.com or call 020 8359 7371
The Bank of England has just launched econoME, a free PSHE education resource for students aged 11 to 16 for teaching about economic wellbeing and the economy.
The lessons aim to give young people greater economic awareness and the analytical skills to make informed decisions, using real-world examples.
The resource has achieved the PSHE Association Quality Mark for PSHE resources and consists of:
- three engaging lesson plans,
- accompanying editable PowerPoint presentations,
- interactive activities and videos,
- a colourful visual guide to the economy
- and a glossary of terms.
Download your FREE econoME resources
To celebrate the MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK (14th – 20th May), Community Living Well (Mother Tongue Counselling), Healthworks and Community Champions at the Dalgarno Trust are organising a week-long event – “5 DAYS TO WELLBEING”, with a series of activities and sessions aligned with this year’s theme ‘STRESS’.
Please see the flyer attached below for the details of the activity calendar, full of fun and learning: MHAW poster and activity calendar
Mental Health Awareness Week: 5 Days to Wellbeing
- Dates: Monday, 14th May to Friday, 18th May
- Time: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
- Venue: Dalgarno Trust, Dalgarno Way, London W10 5LE
All staff and service users are welcome to take part in stress-busting activities throughout the week.
For further details, please feel free to contact Muskaan on 07715 636 626, or Carmel or Sue on 020 8969 6300.
Save the date: 22nd June
The Great Get Together will take place across the country on the weekend of 22nd – 24th June.
The Great Get Together is inspired by the MP Jo Cox who was tragically murdered in 2016 and continues her work in encouraging communities, neighbours, pupils and friends to share and celebrate all that we hold in common.
Last year, the Great Get Together took place on the first anniversary of Jo’s death and events were held up and down the country in schools, outside in community gardens and on streets. The PSHE Association produced resources to support this activity through PSHE lessons and the PSHE Association will be updating these resources for this year’s event. They will be in touch over the coming weeks with a link to where you can download these and other resources included in the Great Get Together pack.
For now, the PSHE Association are just asking you to add save the date of Friday 22nd June to hold a Great Get Together event in your school – whether that’s an assembly, a sports day or any event that works for you that brings pupils together.
And if you, or people you know, would like to organise a Great Get Together outside of school, please visit the Great Get Together website where there is lots of information on how you can get involved and resources to help you organise your event.
Barnet Public Health strongly encourage all parents and carers to ensure that their child is up to date with their immunisation schedule.
To see the latest childhood immunisation schedule, please Click here.
If you need more information please contact Ava Habibzadeh, Health Improvement Officer at Barnet Public Health:
4th – 10th June 2018
Organised by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT)
The Child Safety Week 2018 action pack is available – you can download it now. It’s the essential guide for anyone who wants to get effective messages out to children and families about preventing accidents.
- Packed with quick and easy activity ideas to bring the week to life – use them as they are or build on them and share your own.
- Dedicated pull outs and a parent pack for you to copy and give to parents with effective messaging that they relate to.
- Practical activity sheets to copy and use with children and parents
- Tips on effective engagement with your families and children
- Child Safety Week poster – a conversation starter to display and promote activities
Get started and order a Taste Test from Bitrex: Why not order a poisoning prevention Taste Test kit from CAPT’s sponsor, Bitrex, also available now – completely free. You can get it here.
If you would like to sign up for Child Safety link, click on the link: Sign Up