We hope you have a great holiday break and enjoy a Happy New Year. A Message from Sheffield Anti-Racist Education SHARE: FACEBOOK TWITTER SHARE BLOG Dear friend Our next volunteers’ group meeting is on Saturday 23 January at 11 am. The meeting is an opportunity for supporters of SHARE who wish to help plan more activities and contribute to the improvementContinue reading “The Next steps for SHARE”
The first four events of the 2020 SHARE conference have been a big success. It has been wonderful to see so many people take part. A big thank you to them, our speakers and organisers. We look forward to the second week and hearing about all the exciting plans for the future. Please join usContinue reading “Join the SHARE conference week two”
IMPORTANT UPDATE: SHARE conference opens this evening. Please register by Eventbrite or follow on Youtube from 7 pm Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org with queries Please register on Eventbrite and follow on Facebook OPENING PANEL DISCUSSION – CHAIR SAHAIL CHOHAN “THE ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION WE NEED” Huda Ahmed * Rob Cotterell * Karen Mee * Gulwali Passarlay * Grace Thambyrajah *Continue reading “SHARE 2020 Conference Opening Session. Monday 2nd November 7pm to 8.30pm”
Please register on Eventbrite and follow on Facebook HOW DO WE OVERCOME THE OBSTACLES TO ANTI-RACIST EDUCATION AND THE DECOLONISATION OF THE CURRICULUM? Saturday 14th November 11 am to 12.30 pm The recent government pronouncements on what can be taught in schools is an intentional barrier to advancing anti-racist education. However, the toppling of the statues that celebratedContinue reading “SHARE 2020 Conference Closing Session. Saturday 14th Nov 11am to 12.30pm”
FREE ONLINE. Please register here Are you interested in anti-racist education? Do you want to celebrate diversity in your teaching? Have you got ideas and resources you could share with other teachers? As part of Sheffield Anti-Racist Education’´s fortnight of activities, we are organising an online teach-meet. It will take place at 5:00 on WednesdayContinue reading “Anti-racist education and teaching English. Weds 4 November 5pm”
FREE ONLINE. Please register here A discussion introduced by teachers from King Ecgbert School, with Rebecca Mccairns head of Sixth, Anne Lee head of Sociology, Sarah Ahmed head of HSC and Charlotte McDonald head of History and Claire Exton – English More details to follow
FREE ONLINE. Register here with the Loving Classroom and Family Voice Kate West and Gemma Perkins will be focusing on some activities that can be done in classrooms and some with parents. Gemma studied psychology and then a PGCE in primary education. After teaching, Gemma decided to set up her own business, The Self LeadershipContinue reading “Interpersonal Activities and Racial Inclusion. Thursday 12 November 4 pm”
Free Online. Register here Mark Hutchinson will suggest ways in which teachers, parents, and other interested parties can contribute to a curriculum that meets the needs of students, with a particular emphasis on the Key Stages 3 and 4. However, some reflection on what is taught at Primary school level and in post-16 education willContinue reading “Which Lives Matter In The Teaching of History? Mon 9 Nov 7pm”
FREE ONLINE. Register here with Akhera Williams, Chantal Mayo-Hollaway and David Rees “… geography has a way to go before it can claim to have transcended its imperial histories”. Jazeel, T. (2017) Mainstreaming geography’s decolonial imperative Why do we need to decolonise geography? Members of the DECOLONISING GEOGRAPHY group will discuss this question and shareContinue reading “Decolonising Geography. Friday 6 Nov 6pm”
with Sarah Ahmed; Kathryn Bennett; Vik Chechi-Ribeiro; Rob Cotterell; Fiona Leonard; Donald Mclean; Chris Winter Whilst claims abound that society is post-‘race’ and that ‘race’ is no longer important, racialised inequalities, injustices, and violence increase globally. Members of this teacher education group believe that educators have a crucial role in tackling systemic racism. The aimContinue reading “Anti-racism, the responsibility of all in teaching and education. Wednesday 4 Nov 6.30pm”
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