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27th February 21
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Teaching Equality and Diversity: KS1 to KS4

SCARF 2 - a programme of work to tackle prejudice


These materials were originally developed as part of the SCARF (Schools Citizenship/ Cohesion Anti-Racism and Football ) Project, which used football as the vehicle for engaging young people from Key Stages 2,3 and 4 in anti-racism and multicultural education.

They have now been updated to allow consideration of other forms of prejudice including, but not limited to, disabilism, sexism, Islamophobia and homophobia, and can be incorporated into British Values, SMSC and PSHE areas of the curriculum across Key Stages 2,3 and 4.

SCARF 2 is free of charge to schools across the Lancashire region - Lancashire, Blackpool or Blackburn with Darwen

The cost to non-Lancashire region schools is £50

To order, please use the link above.

Resources for teaching the topic of Anne Frank


Download resources for teaching the topic of Anne FrankThe Anne Frank exhibition is suitable for older pupils, Y6 and above and presents an excellent stimulus for work around Anne Frank, the Holocaust and other genocides, racism and conflict, and personal rights and responsibilities – appropriate to History, Literacy, Citizenship, PSHE and RE.  Although some schools may want to take a cross curricular approach and visit all these areas, others may want to choose a particular focus. 

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