Schools of Sanctuary - Case Studies

Schools of Sanctuary

Case Studies from 2022-2023

 

Richardson Dees Primary School

‘It is a honour to have received the award for our wonderful school and to have collaborated with others who share our passion for community, equity , friendship and compassion for others. It is a celebration of the values our school cherishes and I am keen to support others to join the school of sanctuary team.’

(Teacher)

 

Norham High School

“Being involved in the School of Sanctuary process this year has been transformative¬†for our school community. It is imperative that people seeking sanctuary in the UK are made to feel welcome and valued and I am so proud that our students here at Norham High School have embraced and embedded this ethos into our school community.”

(Teacher)

 

John Spence Community High School

“Schools of Sanctuary has been a key development process for John Spence Community High School. We have looked at our own practice and challenged, sought guidance and improved as a result. We now feel we are in a great place as a School of Sanctuary with still lots of positive changes and tweaks to make. We feel pride as a school that we are named one of the first schools in North Tyneside to achieve this award. Our relationships with our community and local charities have certainly played a major part in this process and we will only strengthen these as we move forward.”

(Teacher)

Marden High School

“School of sanctuary has made me really glad that I’m part of a community who are helping people who aren’t as lucky as us”¬†

(Student)

Further information

Access this link to the North Tyneside Schools of Sanctuary web page. https://schools.cityofsanctuary.org/

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