The Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust is evaluating Miriam's Vision and testing impact on teachers and learners. This exciting collection of lesson plans with accompanying resources and guidance notes is designed for Key Stage 3 (11 to 14 years) and is highly recommended by the Department for Education.
- delivering the Miriam's Vision module in your subject to your own students
- asking the students to complete a very short written survey at the end of the Scheme of Work (see attachment)
- selecting four to six students to participate in a focus group session moderated by an MHMT researcher with DBS certification
- consenting to a short interview with an MHMT researcher
As a teacher you will fulfil your duty to prevent extremism through a Scheme of Work that promotes social cohesion and is secular and a-political.
Your students will acquire transferable life skills such as resilience, rational thinking and empathy, and will understand diversity through experiential learning, all while maintaining academic excellence.
Your willingness to participate is very much appreciated. Please complete the Contact Form at the bottom of this page for further information.
Thank you very much
10 minutes is built into the end of the final session of each module for students to complete the Student Survey. Surveys should be submitted to the MHMT. If you are participating in our Evaluation & Impact Study this is vital. Thank you.
Whether or not you are taking part in the Study, we want feedback from teachers and students who have used Miriam's Vision. We will use your feedback to inform refinements of the resources and we may quote you anonymously in relevant contexts. You may want to use the .docx version of the Teacher Feedback form (attached below) to type your feedback directly into the document. Please email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Students can complete printed copies of the Student Survey
, and these can be sent by post to the MHMT. Thank you!