Free school workshops on refugee history from Norfolk Record Office
Norfolk Record have developed a school workshop for Key Stage 2 exploring the contributions refugees have made to the historyRead more.
Norfolk Welcomes poster
Our lovely friends at Special Design Studio have designed us this brilliant poster for Norfolk Welcomes. We’re encouraging supporters ofRead more.
Books to explore sanctuary and migration with your pupils – NELS
Harriet Cox, and the lovely people at the Norfolk Education Library Service, has come up with a book list toRead more.
Postcards for Peace project – messages of hope and welcome
The team from The Friend Ship ran their first Postcards for Peace workshop at the central library last week asRead more.
Dear colleague – how we can help you
Dear Colleague, Many educators up and down the country are finding that the global refugee crisis is raising questions, curiosityRead more.
Norfolk Welcomes: a unique opportunity for your school
Friday, 20th April 2018 A DAY OF ACTION ON DISPLACEMENT IN NORFOLK SCHOOLS Educators up and down the country areRead more.
Join with us to celebrate Norfolk Welcomes!
On Friday 20th April, schools across Norfolk will be marking the inaugural Norfolk Welcomes. Norfolk Welcomes will be a dayRead more.
Citizen researchers needed!
We are looking for volunteers interested in becoming citizen researchers and exploring Norfolk’s rich history as a place of sanctuary.Read more.
Introducing Norfolk Welcomes!
A date for the diary! It has been decided that Friday 20th April 2018 will be the inaugural Norfolk Welcomes:Read more.
Have Hope candlelit concert – Tuesday, 12th December
On Tuesday 12th December there will be a Have Hope candlelit concert taking place in the Octagon Unitarian Chapel inRead more.