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'Education in a Diverse UK' published by Migrant Help UK

'Education in a Diverse UK' published by Migrant Help UK has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

This education pack aims to

  • Support teachers in planning and delivering learning activities concerning migrants and trafficked people
  • Add to teacher knowledge on issues related to migration
  • Promote learning with a global perspective in all areas of the curriculum
  • Encourage the establishment of shared and inclusive values within schools
  • Acknowledge differences between all people but show how we are all interconnected through shared humanity
  • Address the social, cultural, emotional, spiritual and intellectual needs of children, families, and communities
  • Inspire critical thinking, debate and challenge misconceptions about migrants and trafficked people
  • ACT have reviewed the resource against our quality principles for effective citizenship education. The resource has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources. The ACT assessment panel said,

    "Education in a diverse UK is a comprehensive resource for teaching about migration and diversity in the UK. Up to date information, practical lesson ideas and extension activities, are suitable to support teaching Citizenship at key stages 2 and 3. Real migrant stories, case studies and themes are used to illustrate topics and address sensitive issues with care. The resource could also help teachers explore the DFE’s British values. The materials could be adapted for other age groups in schools, and other education and training settings. The panel agreed the resource promotes and supports effective Citizenship teaching using a range of approaches and pedagogies including critical thinking, debate and active learning.

    'Education in a Diverse UK' is a printed publication. Contact Migrant Help UK to purchase this resource.

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