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SLN is a force for good in Bradford and for cohesion in general, all schools should engage in linking not only to promote cohesion but also to make sure their work on SMSC is central to their pupils’ development. Facilitator at Consortia Of Ethnic Minority Organisations (COEMO) event, Bradford
SLN is absolutely vital and delivers fantastic work; it creates amongst all participants the long-term conditions for dialogue, debate, information sharing and challenge. There is a real need for the work of SLN to be promoted and to be continued. David Ward, MP Bradford East
Thinking about SMSC? Think no further. This course met all our objectives. Informative, practical, quality, tried and tested resources rooted in the classroom – gets you ready for Ofsted! Janet Parkinson, Headteacher, Haworth Primary & Chair, Worth Valley Learning Network
The work of SLN is highly regarded by Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Kath Tunstall, Strategic Director, Children’s Services, Bradford Metropolitan District Council
I just wanted to pass on our thanks for a superb day yesterday and for the preparation days that led up to it. Our students have been highly engaged since day one, none of whom are from the ‘gifted & talented’ cohort that traditionally excel at debate or for whom public speaking is embedded early by tertiary educated parents…. Ben Ackland, Head of Year 13, Hampstead School, London on the SLN Cross-London SLN-MUN Event in May 2012. Follow the link to read the full version of Ben Ackland’s Letter of Endorsement
This is one of the richest educational experiences I have ever observed. Fred Corbett, (Former) Assistant Director of Children’s Services at Norfolk County Council on attending the Norfolk SLN-MUN Conference, March 2012
I thought it would be good and it was. I really learnt a lot from the whole experience. Student, Norfolk SLN-MUN Conference, March 2012
The SLN course on SMSC provides a fantastic opportunity for participants to think about what Ofsted now requires in terms of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education against their own core values about what they believe schools are for. The course is very practical, providing a deep insight into definitions and inspection expectations, but it also provides some space and time to discuss how SMSC can run through all aspects of school life and make a real impact on learning and relationships. Keith Ajegbo, Chair of SLN Board of Trustees, Author of Curriculum Review Diversity and Citizenship, Jan 2007
The Schools Linking Network’s resources and support are excellent. Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT). ACT is the professional association for teachers delivering Citizenship education in England. They are a membership organisation supporting teachers and schools with resources, advice and information.
Reflection time and appropriate questioning led to a reflective discussion regarding difference and similarities. Children demonstrated insight and sensitivity in relation to the other class. The impact on pupils was more significant than I anticipated; they and I found it an emotional and spiritual journey, requiring us to reflect on our values and beliefs. Bev Lynch, The Greetland Academy following the SLN CPD2 Session in Calderdale in January 2012
This has been a great opportunity to find out more about a scheme that can help my school fulfil the SMSC duties in a meaningful and non-tokenistic way. Primary School Teacher, SLN Programme, Derbyshire
All partner organisations have expressed a strong desire to continue working with SLN next year and beyond to spread the impact. Advisor, SLN Programme, Luton
This has been a fantastic project which has really made a difference to our pupils. Many of them had little experience of those from backgrounds different to them and they have been surprised about how much they have in common. Not only has it been great for them to build these relationships, but it has also given them more confidence and helped them to settle into school better, which is an added bonus! Assistant Head Teacher, Secondary School, Rotherham