Downloadable SRtRC Resources
Guidance for Initial Teacher Trainers - This resource is designed to be an accessible guide, packed with advice and activities that will help institutions to prepare student teachers to tackle racism and promote equality in the classroom.Show Racism the Red Card 2013 , (SRtRC Education pack 2008 Welsh version) - Extended PDF version of the Education Pack which accompanies the DVD of the same name produced in 2013. Please note that we do not currently have a Welsh language version of the 2013 pack.
Islamophobia, (Islamophobia Welsh Version) - Extended PDF version of the Education Pack which accompanies the DVD of the same name produced in 2008. Supplementary Activity: Shabina's Story
A Safe Place, (A Safe Place Welsh Version) which accompanies the DVD of the same name updated in 2008.
Out of Site, (Out of Site Welsh Version) Education Pack aimed at tackling racism towards Gypsy, Roma and Travellers.
No Place For Hate Education Pack aimed at tackling far-right extremism. Additional workshop materials can be found here.
Curriculum for Excellence Planning Documents - For teachers in Scotland. These contextualised planning notes and documents help in integrating SRtRC into the curriculum
Second level - Primary School document
Third lever - Secondary School document
Race Equality Audits:
Adapted from "Young, Gifted and Equal", Leicester City Council, 2003
Early Years and Foundation Stage
Key Stage 1 and 2
Key Stage 3
Guidance for school uniforms: The Muslim Faith and School Uniform, NUT and School Uniform Guidance, Direct.gov
A Selection of Recommended Resources and WebsitesThese are only a few of the many excellent teaching aids available: please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific suggestions or recommendations for inclusion below.
Breaking the Silence: an interactive game based on the transatlantic slave trade
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust - 'Speak Up Speak Out' for HMD 2012
Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month: this website provides information on GRT History Month in June
Simple Acts: a brilliant campaign from Refugee Week, full of practical suggestions of actions young people can undertake.
Diversity in Diction: Equality in Action: a helpful guide to appropriate language use, written by Unison and the TUC (produced in 2008).