For Schools & Colleges

To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

Helping your institution to Develop Policies and Ways of Working:

 

Alongside working in the classroom or by providing resources and lesson plans on Refugees and Diversity. We are able to provide support and advice to Schools and Colleges about approaches to welcoming and integrating Resettled Refugees as pupils and students and how to work with their families or carers.  We can work with your Trustees and Management team to develop policies and practical ways of working and inputs to staff CPD. 

To explore how we could be of help, please make contact: 

 
 

EY & Primary Classes

We can provide varied age appropriate actives in the class room about the refugee experience and diversity. We can provide led sessions, resources and lesson plans based on story books as well as facilitated Creative Arts or Play directed session as part of Refugee Week; as a special activity linked to a Religious Festival, or  during a teachers APP time or while a member of staff attends a CPD day.

To find out more contact us:  

Resources for Learners
Resources for Learners

Facilitated Workshops
Facilitated Workshops

Creative Arts and Play directed sessions
Creative Arts and Play directed sessions

Resources for Learners
Resources for Learners

1/4
 

Secondary Schools

Encouraging people to engage in positive contact with another's lived experience, is a proven way to reduce prejudice and promote tolerance, understanding and integration.

Through led sessions, resources and support to your staff, we can assist your school in enabling your students learn about and discuss differences and the immigrant and refugee experience, helping promoting better understanding in diverse and non-diverse classrooms alike through:

  • Religious and cultural literacy.

  • Geography or History if  different cultures or migration, sharing family histories 

  • Using Literature and the Arts to students can explore and develop there own  stories, poems, plays, visual art, music and dance that consider ethnic difference and what it means to be a refugee.

  • Critical Awareness of  Human Rights together with the political context of Migration  and Conflict.

SecondaryED~2
SecondaryED~2

SecondaryED~1
SecondaryED~1

SecondaryED~2
SecondaryED~2

1/2

To find out more contact us:  

 

Higher and Further Education

Shropshire Supports Refugees can provide visiting speakers to colleges, university departments and student led organisations, to give lectures and participate in seminars  or panel discussions.

We are also able to provide opportunities for students to work with our organisation as volunteers, interns or to involve us a part of there undergraduate or post-graduate research.

We are also able to provide guidance and support to faculty staff working with students from refugee or other displaced backgrounds and as well as providing support to the student themselves.

To find out more contact us:  

FEandHE~1
FEandHE~1

FEandHE~2
FEandHE~2

FEandHE~1
FEandHE~1

1/2
 
Supporting your institution to Develop Policies and Ways of Working:
Alongside working in the classroom or by providing resources and lesson plans on Refugees and Diversity, we are able to provide support and advice to Schools and Colleges about approaches to welcoming and integrating Resettles Refugees as pupils or students and how to work with their families and or carers.  We can work with your Trustees and Management team to develop policies and practical ways of working and inputs for staff CPD.
If you would like to explore research opportunities with us, please make contact:
 
Shropshire Supports Refugees - Academic Research

As an learning and evolving charitable organisation, we would welcome the opportunity to work with academic researchers on assessing and reflecting on our accountability, learning and continual improvement through the systematic examination and analysis of our beneficiaries interactions with our own organisational strategies, policies, and programmes provided and signposted by us and that of other agencies and communities in Shropshire.

We feel this would enhance our performance in addressing the protection, assistance and solution needs of refugees, stateless people and other persons of concern resettling in Shropshire and in turn will strengthen our ability to provide support and guidance to other organisations.

If you would like to explore research opportunities with us, please make contact: