Good Relations Ambassadors Update Report 2020/21

The Good Relations Ambassadors Update Report showcases the work of the Good Relations Ambassadors Programme.

The report highlights the many skills the young people have learned during their time on the Programme and the positive outcomes the Programme has achieved.  It also demonstrates the benefits of collaborative working.

To view or download the report click ‘Go To Event’ Button. 

Teaching Sensitive and Controversial issues

This programme has been developed to support teachers in Shared Education partnerships.

It will allow them to:

  • explore their understanding of sensitive and controversial issues
  • consider why and how they should teach them
  • consider and find solutions to the challenges his may bring

This programme includes:

  • CCEA resources on Teaching Controversial Issues.
  • Tackling Controversial Issues in the Citizenship Classroom
    (published by the CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit)

Please see programme below:

Shared Education – Teaching Sensitive and Controversial Issues (google.com)

Teaching Sensitive and Controversial issues

This programme has been developed to support teachers in Shared Education partnerships.

It will allow them to:

  • explore their understanding of sensitive and controversial issues
  • consider why and how they should teach them
  • consider and find solutions to the challenges his may bring

This programme includes:

  • CCEA resources on Teaching Controversial Issues.
  • Tackling Controversial Issues in the Citizenship Classroom
    (published by the CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit)

Please see programme below:

Shared Education – Teaching Sensitive and Controversial Issues (google.com)

A PUPIL PATHWAY FOR SHARED EDUCATION

The Pupil Pathway can be used by Shared Education Partnerships to:

  • Provide pre-school and school leaders with a clear
    overview of the Shared Education journey, which can
    then be embedded within the Pre-School/School
    Development Plan;
  • Guide Shared Education leaders/coordinators in the
    development of annual action plans within the
    partnership;
  • Support practitioners in the planning, implementing,
    monitoring and evaluation of Shared Education.

To access the pupil pathway document, use the link below.

A_Pupil_Pathway_Shared_Education.pdf – Google Drive

A PUPIL PATHWAY FOR SHARED EDUCATION

The Pupil Pathway can be used by Shared Education Partnerships to:

  • Provide pre-school and school leaders with a clear
    overview of the Shared Education journey, which can
    then be embedded within the Pre-School/School
    Development Plan;
  • Guide Shared Education leaders/coordinators in the
    development of annual action plans within the
    partnership;
  • Support practitioners in the planning, implementing,
    monitoring and evaluation of Shared Education.

To access the pupil pathway document, use the link below.

A_Pupil_Pathway_Shared_Education.pdf – Google Drive

A Pupil pathway for shared education

The Pupil Pathway can be used by Shared Education Partnerships to:

  • Provide pre-school and school leaders with a clear
    overview of the Shared Education journey, which can
    then be embedded within the Pre-School/School
    Development Plan;
  • Guide Shared Education leaders/coordinators in the
    development of annual action plans within the
    partnership;
  • Support practitioners in the planning, implementing,
    monitoring and evaluation of Shared Education.

To access the pupil pathway document, use the link below.

A_Pupil_Pathway_Shared_Education.pdf – Google Drive

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub has been developed by the Education Authority to :

  • Promote cross-sectoral partnership working
  • Develop an understanding of Shared Education
  • Build the capacity of the school system to deliver highly effective Shared Education
  • Share best practice from teachers, school leaders and academics
  • Explore new approaches which can improve outcomes for children and young people
  • Establish the link between Shared Education partnership working and School Improvement
  • Facilitate teachers with a range of resources and materials that can be used to deliver Shared
    Education
  • The Hub provides a menu of online Modules and Case Studies that will support students, teachers
    and school leaders to deliver quality Shared Education experiences to Children & Young People.

The Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub can be accessed throughout Good Relations Week 2021 and after.

To access the Shared Education Hub, please use the link below.

Shared Education (google.com)

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub has been developed by the Education Authority to :

  • Promote cross-sectoral partnership working
  • Develop an understanding of Shared Education
  • Build the capacity of the school system to deliver highly effective Shared Education
  • Share best practice from teachers, school leaders and academics
  • Explore new approaches which can improve outcomes for children and young people
  • Establish the link between Shared Education partnership working and School Improvement
  • Facilitate teachers with a range of resources and materials that can be used to deliver Shared
    Education
  • The Hub provides a menu of online Modules and Case Studies that will support students, teachers
    and school leaders to deliver quality Shared Education experiences to Children & Young People.

The Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub can be accessed throughout Good Relations Week 2021 and after.

To access the Shared Education Hub, please use the link below.

Shared Education (google.com)

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub

Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub has been developed by the Education Authority to :

  • Promote cross-sectoral partnership working
  • Develop an understanding of Shared Education
  • Build the capacity of the school system to deliver highly effective Shared Education
  • Share best practice from teachers, school leaders and academics
  • Explore new approaches which can improve outcomes for children and young people
  • Establish the link between Shared Education partnership working and School Improvement
  • Facilitate teachers with a range of resources and materials that can be used to deliver Shared
    Education
  • The Hub provides a menu of online Modules and Case Studies that will support students, teachers
    and school leaders to deliver quality Shared Education experiences to Children & Young People.

The Shared Education Teacher Professional Learning Hub can be accessed throughout Good Relations Week 2021 and after.

To access the Shared Education Hub, please use the link below.

Shared Education (google.com)

‘To The Beat of the Drum’ Podcast 5: Women in Bands Podcast

The 5th and final Podcast for Community Relations Council Good Relations Week sees Julie Porter of the Churchill Flute band take over as host to explore Women in Marching Bands. This podcast looks at female members of bands and what it was like for them to join a male perceived environment and how they enjoy participating in band culture.

In this episode, Julie is joined by guests Jayne Duddy from the Killaloo accordion band, Janice Channing of the Churchill Flute Band and Adele Miller of the Hamilton Flute Band