Charity

Charity launches free schools workshop for military children this July

Military children’s charity Little Troopers is inviting primary schools and their service children to sign-up to a free virtual wellbeing and mindfulness workshop on 7th July. Part of the Little Troopers at School programme, the two-hour workshop will use games, scenarios, drawing and other fun activities to bring military children …

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Head of Inclusion College aims to establish mental health support network for Hampshire schools and colleges

Head of Inclusion College Marie Greenhalgh (pictured left) is calling for Senior Mental Health Leads (SMHL) in Hampshire schools and colleges to join a local regional network. Marie, who has worked at Inclusion Hampshire for 13 years, is hoping to engage with other teachers and education professionals who have completed …

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Youth development charity to extend its UK sail training provision with new membership

Young people, schools and youth groups will benefit from the UK’s largest youth development sail training charity becoming a member of the Institute for Outdoor Learning (IOL). Tall Ships Youth Trust (TSYT) based in Portsmouth, is now a member of IOL, which champions safe activities and effective learning in the …

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Supporting service students in secondary schools: new free resources from charity Little Troopers

Little Troopers, the military children’s charity, has expanded its range of free resources to help teachers support service pupils aged 11+. Any secondary school with one or more service students can access the materials online at www.littletroopers.net/little-troopers-at-school Released as part of the charity’s Little Troopers at School programme, the new resources …

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Hampshire primary school taps into NSPCC’s Speak Out Stay Safe programme to support PHSE curriculum

A recent independent evaluation by the NSPCC confirmed an ongoing need for Speak out Stay safe (SOSS). Whilst most primary children have a good understanding of what abusive behaviour looks like and which trusted adults they can speak to, the children’s charity safeguarding programme is designed to boost schools’ relationships …

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Schools across the UK to take part in a Maths fun day to raise money for the NSPCC

On February 4th, hundreds of schools across the UK will come together for a day filled with fun educational maths activities, as part of the NSPCC’s Number Day. Number Day is an annual fundraising event that sees teachers and pupils raise vital funds for the NSPCC so it can continue …

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Celebrating 30 years of inspiring young engineers: applications open for esteemed engineering scholarship programme

The search is on for the next generation of engineering talent, with applications now open for students to apply to the highly respected Arkwright Engineering Scholarship programme. The fully sponsored Scholarship, part of children’s education charity, The Smallpeice Trust, aims to widen access and provide young people from all backgrounds …

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Forest Hill School becomes only school in London to win prestigious LGBTQ+ award

Forest Hill School has achieved the Stonewall School Champion Gold award. Currently the only school in London with Stonewall Gold status under the revised programme – and one of only two secondary schools in the country – the award gives recognition to schools tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, and …

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