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Elm Grove Primary

Schools of Sanctuary
 

Brighton & Hove is part of the City of Sanctuary movement – locally Sanctuary on Sea which aims to:

·         celebrate common humanity and contributions made by those who have come here for safety

·         tackle isolation, fear, and exclusion by creating a culture of welcome.

 

Other cities of sanctuary have run schools of sanctuary programmes. In Brighton & Hove as part of the Schools of Sanctuary programme we would like to encourage settings to build on the good practice they have in place to further develop their school or setting so that it is a place of sanctuary, welcome and belonging.
 
Please see support materials for the Brighton & Hove Schools of Sanctuary Programme in the folder to the left of this page. To the left of this page you will also find a range of links to websites providing information and resources that support teaching and learning about refugees.

To request training or support please email pshe@brighton-hove.gov.uk 
 
Schools of Sanctuary awards have been presented to:

Blatchington Mill - March 2016
Carlton Hill - March 2016
Elm Grove - picture celebrating work of pupil Sanctuary Team above - March 2016
Hove Park - March 2016
Patcham High - March 2016
St Luke's - March 2016
St Mary Magdalen's - March 2016
Coldean - July 2016
Fairlight - November 2016
St John the Baptist - January 2017
Benfield Primary - March 2017
Patcham Junior - May 2017
Carden Primary - July 2017
KS3 Brighton & Hove PRU - July 2017

You can read about the work they have done to contribute to making their schools places of welcome and sanctuary in the case studies folder.




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