Bookings for our June Conference - Friday 17th @ Atlantic Hotel, Newquay are now open - please email michelle@caph.org.uk to secure your place.
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CAPH Conference 17th June 2022

CAPH member schools are allocated 2 free places.  If you would like to secure a place, please contact Michelle at michelle@caph.org.uk 

SUPPORTING A CULTURE OF CARE FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN IN CORNWALL

RJ Working, https://rjworking.co.uk/ will be sharing their work and restorative approach across our school community in Cornwall as many of you may well be expecting to receive refugees from Ukraine.  Their training / discussion /support is really thought provoking about the lived experience of child refugees and sharing of useful approaches and resources.  A very relevant start to the day with a chance for practical ideas and time for the many questions you may have.

SHOW RACISM THE RED CARD

Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) is the UK’s leading anti-racism educational charity.  It
It was established in January 1996, thanks in part to a donation by then Newcastle United goalkeeper Shaka Hislop.

In 1990s Newcastle, Shaka was at a petrol station near St James Park when he was confronted with a group of young people shouting racist abuse at him. After one of the group realised that they had been shouting at Shaka Hislop, the Newcastle United football player, they came over to ask for an autograph. (Hear Shaka’s story) -

It was from this experience that Shaka realised he could harness his status as a professional player to make a difference. Coupled with the power of football and his status as a role model, Shaka thought education could be an effective strategy in challenging racism in society. 

At the charity’s first ever event, Shaka and fellow teammate John Beresford visited Gosforth High School in the North East to speak to pupils about his experiences in football and society and the rest is history!