Some useful links for Citizenship related organisations , events and resources with which ContinU, through its Opening Doors programme, has engaged:

The Parliamentary Education Service

The Worcestershire Youth Cabinet

The White Ribbon Campaign (anti-Domestic Violence campaign website)

A Call To Men UK (Positive maculinity agenda and speeches)

Show Racism The Red Card (The FA’s anti-Racism programme)

Schools Food Trust’s Really Good School Dinner Campaign (benefiting the World Food programme)

Project Trust (a charity sourcing Gap Year volunteers for the developing world who then return to UK and offer free motivational speeches/assemblies on global citizenship)

British Red Cross  – **EXCELLENT RESOURCE and PARTNER**

Click here for how the range of issues and topics supported by engagement with the Red Cross can help meet schools’ obligation to promote SMSC:

Click here for teaching materials and resources that are updated fortnightly to look behind major issues in the headlines. Email me if you would like to book Red Cross speakers in your schools for assemblies and/or PSHE sessions – we are developing a strategic relationship with their W Mids and Worcs. outreach staff and they are keen to work with us as a cluster, to obtain economies of scale where possible.

Safer Internet Day Resource website:

Recommended resources:

PSHE Teachers Association:

The Global Dimension portal for teaching and learning ideas

Fairtrade Schools section

Report on ‘Sexting’ in schools – an informed response sexting-research-report_wdf89269


Kemp Hospice: seeking to align their activities with work in schools (PSHE, assemblies etc) and by schools (a focus for charitable work).  Key Kemp events in the ir annual calendar:Swimmathon May 18th, Midnight Walk (Ladies Only event) June 21st, Cycle Event July 6th,  River Severn Walk September 14th , Last Choir Standing December 10th (Schools could enter the event), Halloween Event October 25th (opportunity for perhaps drama groups to get involved)   See: