In April 2018 the Miriam Hyman Memorial Trust completed a Treasury-funded evaluation of Miriam’s Vision and its impact on teachers and learners.
This exciting collection of tried and tested lesson plans with accompanying resources and updated Guidance Notes designed for Key Stage 3 (11 to 14 years) is highly recommended by the Department for Education and the 29 teachers and 670 learners who participated in the study.
Read the Executive Summary of the Report here
- Access free, unique, high quality resources
- Meet National Curriculum requirements and recommendations
- Promote life skills; responding to adversity, contextualising diversity, encouraging empathy
- Promote positive, secular, a-political messages
- Provide a non-confrontational approach to controversial issues including violent extremism
- Access knowledge and understanding of 7/7 and its consequences through powerful narratives
- Develop coping strategies and responsible reaction to adversity
- Understand, through experiential learning, that diversity is local response to universal needs
- Develop a positive and constructive mind-set
- Build confidence and self-worth through activities that positively impact the real world
- Fulfil the “duty to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism” (The Prevent Strategy, 2011) in a constructive way
- Promote “fundamental British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs” (Prevent)
- Provide Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural development in which inspectors have a specific interest
- Benefit from having active, rational, resilient, constructive members
- Are more inclusive and mutually supportive
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