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Safe to Learn: Embedding anti-bullying work in schools
DCSF guidance aimed at helping schools to prevent and tackle homophobic bullying.

The SALIDAA digital and physical archive contains a variety of material reflecting the richness and diversity of South Asian literature, art, theatre, dance and music in England. Material includes excerpts of creative writing, manuscripts and writers\' notes, images of art works, photographs, programmes of events, stage and costume drawings, lyrics and music scores.

Save the Children
Issues around asylum seeking.
This site offers resources for teachers and students of history from primary to A-level.

SchoolNet Global
Over half a million young people, aged 5 to 18 have been creatively involved in this project, many of them recording their thoughts and feelings about life in the 21st Century.

Schools Against Deportations Website
A website for teachers that illustrates the experience of four schools (three in London, one in Manchester) that became involved in opposing the deportation of their pupils.

Schools Out
The aim of Schools Out is to provide both a formal and informal support network for all people who want to raise the issue of homophobia and heterosexism in education.

Science Across the World
Thousands of schools around the world where students are exchanging information, opinions and ideas on a variety of science topics with young people in every continent.

Science symbols for community languages
As a complement to the Say IT sheets, Becta has gathered together science materials on apparatus, hazards and safety. The sheets are available in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Greek, Punjabi, Spanish, Turkish and Urdu.

Science: The Global Dimension
Aims to show how the global dimension in science can contribute to a broad and enriched curriculum.

Scotland and the Abolition of the Slave Trade
This learning resource has been developed for Scottish primary schools and early secondary to mark the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade.

Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
Would you like to....?

- Find out how Jewish immigrants and refugees came to Scotland, and how Jewish communities were established?

- Learn about the contributions they made to Scottish society?

- Trace your Jewish family history in Scotland?

- Visit Scotland\'s oldest synagogue?

Self-Discovery Workshops
Person Development workshops.

Senior Black Boys Group
The Group works with young black males aged 14-25 years, supporting and advocating young black people around the issues affecting their everyday lives.

Set Fashion Free
Set Fashion Free is a voluntary youth organisation using West African textiles and fashion as a way of exploring culture, heritage and identity.

Shamita Ray
Indian dance workshops in schools for all ages.

Shangwe is a website that promotes and encourages the development of new Black British creative writing/literature.

Shared and Dual Heritage the issues for education
Kirklees School Effectiveness Service has launched a new and innovative teaching resource about the educational issues relating to dual and shared heritage pupils and students.

Shisha is the international agency for South Asian visual arts and crafts

Show Racism the Red Card
Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racist charity which was established in January 1996 with the aim of using professional footballers as anti-racist role models.


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