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Schools of Sanctuary

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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.

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. This page provides a range of resources to support with this, including how to achieve a Schools of Sanctuary certificate.

There is support available for this programme from the Council and from Sanctuary on Sea. To request training or support with this programme please email pshe@brighton-hove.gov.uk 

 
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Schools of Sanctuary Programme Information

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Resources

To support teaching and learning about refugees
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The Women's Network Tapestry

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Training

To support staff understanding of refugees. Email pshe@brighton-hove.gov.uk to access training at no cost.
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Visitors to support Schools of Sanctuary Programme

Ensure you use visitor and safeguarding guidelines prior to inviting these speakers into your school.
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Case studies

These are case studies from schools who have achieved a Schools of Sanctuary certificate. Please read to get ideas. Schools are invited to submit a case study on an annual or bi-annual basis as evidence of their continued commitment to welcoming refugees into the school community.
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Research

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