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Here you will find a variety of resources which have been created and delivered within school and community settings to explore the issues surrounding sectarianism.

Each of the resources has been quality assured and supported by Education Scotland. Time has been taken to ensure that there is a clear pathway through all of the levels of Curriculum for Excellence in order to allow for a continuation of learning.

What is this?

​This page provides a rationale and guidance for staff wishing to use ‘Tackling Sectarianism’ recommended resources. Links to all primary and secondary school resources are listed.

Who is this for?

​This is essential reading for all practitioners who wish to use any of the ‘Tackling Sectarianism’ resources.

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It is recommended that staff read the overview below and use the Timeline professional learning resource before using the anti-sectarian resources.

Background

Since 2012, the Scottish Government has invested over £9 million in organisations and agencies to gain a better understanding of sectarianism in Scotland.

This has included additional funding to police, educational establishments, third sector organisations and researchers. The purpose was to look at what sectarianism is in present day Scotland and what are the best ways to deal with its consequences.

How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice

Detailed below are a variety of resources which have been created and delivered within school and community settings to explore the issues surrounding sectarianism.

Each of the resources has been quality assured and supported by Education Scotland. Time has been taken to ensure that there is a clear pathway through all of the levels of Curriculum for Excellence in order to allow for a continuation of learning.

The Advisory Group that was formed to make recommendations to the Scottish Government on how to tackle sectarianism reported that it was crucial to ‘build relationships across institutions and communities where there has been tension’.

The resources below are not only activities which explore sectarianism but also provide practitioners the space to discuss wider conflicts which exist within communities in Scotland.

The materials should not be dismissed if staff do not necessarily see a link between intra-Christian sectarianism and their school. The central themes of equality, building relationships and linking historical context to ‘real-life experiences’ are apparent throughout and can be used to enhance learners’ wellbeing.

Click on the title of each resource to find out more and to download it.

 

Resource

Stage

Rainbow Fish Assembly ResourceNursery/P1
Nae Excuse ProjectP4 - S6
Divided City Primary Pack P6/7
Divided City Novel StudyP6/7
SOS Primary School Workshop Lesson PackP6/7
Beyond a Culture of Two HalvesP7 - Adult
Bridges and BarriersP5 - S4
Pitchin' InS1+
Divided City Secondary Pack S1+
Scarfed for Life S2/3
Employment, Social Media and Sectarianism S5/6
Timeline: Religion, Migration and Society in Making Modern ScotlandProfessional Development

 

These resources can also be found on the Education Scotland website at https://education.gov.scot/improvement/inc22overview 

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