Lit in Colourwas created in 2020 by Penguin Books UK and race equality think tank, The Runnymede Trust.
winners of 100 books to support our literacy curriculum!
Penguin Books UK mission statement is `we make books for everyone, because a book can change anyone`, yet we know that barely any young people are being given the opportunity to read and study books by Black, Asian and minority ethnic writers. Through Lit in Colour their aim is to support schools in the UK to make the teaching and learning of English literature more inclusive and by providing practical support including book donations, free teaching resources and more…Click here to read more information..
In October, the Army visited our Aireview site to help teaching our young people about resilience & essential life skills.They enjoyed a presentation from an experienced serving Soldier, about their story in the Army, what challenges they’ve faced, and the resilience they have needed to overcome obstacles etc, followed by a Q&A session.
You will find lots of information about different careers by subject..
These subject pages are a great place to start exploring your possible future career options
WORDS FOR LIFE provides parents, children and young people with activities and support to improve their language, literacy and communication skills from home.
Support for young people & families who have experienced bereavement
Supporting young people through the coronavirus:
The outbreak of Covid-19 is an anxious time for many young people, especially for young people and their families who may have experienced bereavement. Often we are at a loss as to know what to say or do to help a young person who has been bereaved by the death of someone important to them…. Click here to view more
Public Health for England
Public Health England has produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are… More
Richard Bottomley: Head Teacher Bradford AP Academy