"No outsiders" - An exciting calendar of primary pupil workshops for 2017

    Published: 03 February 2017

    Each year the HfL Wellbeing advisers are asked by primary schools to deliver workshops to mark the many special events that contribute to schools’ SMSC work across the year.  In response, new for 2017, the team have developed a pick and mix programme of ready-made pupil workshops that can be booked for us to deliver in your school.  All workshops are designed for years 5 and 6 to raise awareness and explore key messages about equality, diversity and inclusion and to support your British Values and the safeguarding curriculum. 

    Whappy pupile want these workshops to make a contribution to teaching children to stay safe and emotionally and mentally healthy, as well as supporting them to be happy and excited about living in a community full of difference and diversity.  These agendas have never been more important.

    The workshops, briefly listed below, cover a range of diversity issues - ethnicity, gender, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity and age. 

    A full leaflet with full details of the programme can be downloaded below:

    To book

    To book onto any of these workshops or to find out more, please contact Alison Adams on 01438 843299
    or email: alison.adams@hertsforlearning.co.uk

    February 2017

    LGBT History Month  - Free to be yourself

    March 2017

    Women’s Day - Women making a difference

    April and May 2017

    Mental Health Awareness week - Managing feelings mindfully

    June 2017

    GRT History Month - Coming and going – celebrating Traveller history and cultures

    July 2017

    International Day of Friendship - The friendship workshop

    September 2017

    World Alzheimer’s Day - Treasuring memories and reaching out

    October 2017

    Black History Month -  Dreams and aspirations for all

    November 2017

    World Kindness Day / Anti-bullying week -  Kind to myself and others

    December 2017

    Human Rights Day  - The right to be myself