We cover a wide range of topics dealing with issues identified by education professionals, Ofsted and the government as current concerns within schools and our wider society. Our approach is interactive, tailoring our materials to the age of our audience when working with pupils across all Key Stages.
Promotion of social inclusion means increased awareness of topics, decreased negative attention towards these issues and ultimately better lives for those who experience exclusion in their daily lives. We believe that people are often scared of differences in society through lack of understanding and that by informing the public, we remove that barrier to communication and community.
Our Workshop Advocates will bring a first-hand knowledge by speaking of their own experiences, offering insight and conversation to a world that may be alien to the audience. Through this interaction, people can converse with someone they may not typically have done and then ask those awkward questions in an open environment without fear. Our Advocates subsequently break down misguided perceptions and prejudices within society.
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