This global pandemic is a stark reminder that no matter who we are or where we come from, we are all in this together. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have been working to reﬁne our operations to uphold and even improve support for our grantee partners. Read the letter from our President for more information.
Check it out here! It is filled with stories and videos about our grantee partners and the wonderful work that they do. Below you will find download links to the interactive online version and the printable version of the report. If you have any feedback, please let us know.
US-based Lesley Institute for Trauma Sensitivity (LIfTS) offered guidance to states and school districts on how to re-open schools in trauma-sensitive ways. In response to needs of school leaders across the US, LIfTS shared guidance on how to build supportive environments for learning and student wellbeing.
In a bid to protect their community, a group of Haringey residents united to form St Ann’s Redevelopment Trust (StART). StART’s goal was to ensure that the development site was used for the good of the local community, and that genuinely affordable homes would allow people to stay in their neighbourhood.
Studies show that students learn better with more physical activity. The Walking Classroom is a national award-winning education programme in the US that provides students and teachers with an innovative way to get exercise without sacrificing instructional time. Its “Walk, Listen, and Learn” methodology capitalises on the favourable link between exercise and cognitive function. It has now developed over 165 educational podcasts that cover various topics such as language, arts, science, history and more.