This NRCSE networking event proved to be a well-attended and interactive evening which examined the value and potential of using language and culture as a gateway to educational achievement and wellbeing. The programme opened with a heartfelt poem titled ‘DICE’ written and performed by Annie Rockson, spoken word artist and Development Manager for Young Hammersmith […]
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Quality in supplementary education, who organises it and why is it important? Supplementary schools are, by and large, not campaigning organisations. Their strengths lie elsewhere: reflecting the identity of children and providing positive role models; offering dependable and regular activities; offering a culturally familiar space where children can let down their guard; demystifying the education […]
The following eight supplementary schools received the congratulations of their peers and the NRCSE Quality Mark at a seminar on the importance of language and culture taking place in London on 5th July. You have successfully completed 360o quality assurance of your supplementary school. This quality assurance includes: governance training and revision of all the school’s […]
Refugee Week and the Positive Messengers campaign have teamed up to highlight their resources promoting anti-hate speech. Below are the main actions Positive Messengers are taking, along with project partners such as the British Council and Hope Not Hate. Would you be happy to do any of the below actions? 1) Share the British Council’s […]