Further Organisations to Support Education Reform and Equality.

JUSTICE 2 HISTORY A charity supporting schools with curriculum planning.

Justice to History is an educational consultancy focusing on the work of secondary schools both nationally in the UK and globally in North America, South Africa and anywhere where educators are keen to transform their students’ learning. Abdul and Robin are two history educators who believe that our subject is vitally important and relevant to the world of the twenty-first century, and so at our core is the drive to ‘do justice to history.

SHINE A charity providing mentors for yrs students aged 12- 19 in South London

SHINE Mentoring is a volunteer-led Southwark charity which recruits, trains, and supports university students to mentor local children aged 9-11.

SHINE Mentoring was established to support local children during their school education, addressing some of the health and social needs of Southwark.  The charity has been able to show that providing university student mentors enhances the learning and development of children through proactive support and positive role models.

SHINE recruits university student volunteers from King’s College London, as by partnering with one university institution, we are able to focus the training and support we provide to students for their role as a mentor and in their university degree.

Based in Scotland a education network dedicated to reforming education.

Based in Scotland, The Anti-Racist Educator is a collective of educational stakeholders (including students, teachers, parents, academics and activists) working toward building an education system that is equitable, free from racial injustice and critically engaged with issues of power, identity, and privilege. 

HEADLINERS UK empower young people to use their voice and learn new skills.

We empower vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people to have a voice. 

Through our unique multi-media journalism programme children and young people research and produce stories for publication and broadcast about issues that concern them and campaign for change in their communities. Young people from Headliners (UK) have had their stories and campaigns told on BBC, SKY and ITV and many local TV, radio stations and online.

Our learning programme improves the educational and employment prospects for young people, brings young people together from different backgrounds and experiences to improve community relations and helps them make good choices in their own lives. Our young people can gain accreditation in a range of digital media skills, journalism and personal progression.

The ANTI- BULLYING ALLIANCE is an alliance of charities and individuals.

Is a unique coalition of organisations and individuals, working together to achieve our vision to: stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. ABA welcomes membership from any organisation or individual that supports this vision and support a free network of thousands of schools and colleges.

The ABA has three main areas of work:
Supporting learning and sharing best practice through membership;
Raising awareness of bullying through Anti-Bullying Week and other coordinated, shared campaigns;
Delivering programme work at a national and local level to help stop bullying and bring lasting change to children’s lives.

FREE Lectures on race, colonialism and resistance.

For the third year, following our successful schools in 2018 and 2019, this summer Consented Youth and the Knowledge is Power Programme will be hosting a three day summer school for young people and educational practitioners from the 27th-29th of July at BSix Sixth Form College in Clapton, Hackney.

The aim of the summer school is to provide a space for young people to participate in academic discussions through a combination of lectures and workshops. We will critically explore exploitative structures such as capitalism, colonialism and “race”. Additionally, it will aim to situate emerging scientific issues such as climate change, artificial intelligence and Big Data in the current socio-political context.

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