Join Journeys Festival International for a discussion about how a whole-school approach to welcoming new arrivals can create a thriving community for everyone.
Creative processes have long been used to support refugee children and unaccompanied young people to be better included in education, and there is much evidence of the positive impact on inclusion, wellbeing, learning and progression.
There is also some evidence of the impact on the whole school, where creative approaches have been used in this way.
This talk is aimed at teachers, artists and learning managers. It features contributions from Community Arts North West, Music Action International and Janice Allen, Headteacher at Falinge High School.
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