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Race Equality and Schools: A Guide for Parents and Carers
BTEG leaflet outlining the imporatance of race equality in schools, what the law says, what schools should do and what parents can do.

 
Race Equality Duty, The - A Guide for Schools
The CRE has produced a statutory code of practice, and four non-statutory guides, to help authorities in England and Wales meet their duties under the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000.

 
Race Equality in Education - Good Practice in Schools and Local Education Authorities
This report illustrates good practice on race equality in education in a sample of schools and LEAs surveyed between 2003 and 2005. The survey focused on schools and LEAs that were involved effectively in race equality in education.

 
Racial Inclusion Project
A service supporting black minority ethnic young people. Offering: casework, young people's groups and advice to schools.
 

 
Radacadabra
Radacadabra is a fun and educational online experience for children worldwide to interact, learn and discover all there is to know about dance - regardless of experience.

 
Ragamuffin Books
Books that present a positive cultural image and an awareness of different cultures' historical roots.
 

 
Ragged School Museum
Exhibitions, workshops for children with SEN; learn about school life of Victorian children; teacher resource packs

 
Rainbow Books
Are you looking for quality multi-cultural books and resources for your school library or classrooms?

 
RAISE project
The project aims to demonstrate through a series of case studies that the attainment of Pakistani and Kashmiri heritage pupils can be raised and describes the factors that underlie success.

 
Raising Achievement of Somali Pupils: Good Practice in London Schools
The research report finds that Somali pupils in ten London schools are bucking the national trend by demonstrating an impressive improvement in performance.

 
Raising the achievement of Gypsy, Roma, Traveller pupils
The case studies featured in this booklet and DVD provide examples of how three schools in different contexts have developed a range of provision to support Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils.

 
Ramayana Manuscript: Turn the Pages
The British Library's Turning the Pages™ allows you to 'virtually' turn the pages of the Jagat Singh Ramayana manuscript.

 
RE-Net
Website created by R.E. teachers, either in training or already practising, as a partnership exercise between Canterbury Christ Church University College and St. Simon Stock School in Maidstone, Kent.

 
RE-XS
Religious Education exchange service for schools.

 
Recovered Histories
The Recovered Histories website gives an insight into the history of enslavement and those who fought to maintain and abolish it.

 
Red Cross Education
Reliable humanitarian education resources. Imaginative but simple to use. The Red Cross's education website, full of interesting information and stimulating ideas.

 
Rede Educational
Handmade multiracial wooden puzzles and toys.

 
Refugee & Asylum Seekers Advocacy Project (RASA)
Provides free and confidential advocacy service for asylum seekers and refugees. Also offers assistance when they encounter problems in services.

 
Refugee and Asylum Seeking - Quiz Game
This activity allows you to find out about issues to do with refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.

 
Refugee and Asylum: An Educators' Resources
This resource can be used by schools, youth movements and for adult education.

 

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