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There are so many ways to get involved in social action and developing socially responsible, active citizens. Here are a few ideas:

Lift The Ban

We are really excited to be running, in conjunction with Asylum Matters, the Lift the Ban campaign in Bradford schools. This involves hearing stories of people with lived experience of seeking sanctuary and then reaching out into your local communities. Read about what one local school got up to here.

See our schools’ pack for more information and how to get involved! With thanks to Co-op Academy Schools in Bradford:

Sanctuary Ambassadors

Similar to a School Council, Sanctuary Ambassadors are in charge of ensuring schools is a place of welcome, respect and understand. You can advertise for the role and see plenty of ideas in the documents below:

Sanctuary Ambassador Job Advert

Sanctuary Ambassador ideas

Show your Heart

The orange heart is a symbol of solidarity with people seeking sanctuary in our country. There are different opportunities throughout the year to use it (e.g. Valentines Day, Education week). With thanks to Atlas Primary, Bradford:

Orange Heart for International Education Week

Show your hearts Valentines Day Schools Toolkit

No dad jokes without dads campaign (Refugee Council)



Families Together Campaign (Oxfam Education)