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Welcome to the latest updates on developments at DECSY. Want to share your news on working with DECSY? Email jane AT decsy.org.uk

The World’s Largest Lesson – recommended teaching resources

Get ready for the World’s Largest Lesson in the week beginning 23rd September, when teachers all over the world are encouraged to teach about the UN’s Global Goals. There is an information sheet with further ideas and resources for teaching about the...

Philosophy for Children (P4C) Practitioner Development Group

This is a group for anyone using P4C. Most of the people who come have done P4C Level 1 or 2 but anyone is welcome to come along as long as you have group or individual membership of DECSY.Date of next meeting: Tuesday 19th November 2019 4.30pm - 6pm...

Gender Equality Charter Mark for Secondary Schools

This tool, which has been developed by teachers and gender equality experts and trialled in schools will enable a school to measure progress in tackling the effects that gender stereotyping still has on pupils in relation to both subject (and career) choices and as a...

Ever thought of being a Trustee? Come and join us…

Could you see yourself joining us as a DECSY trustee, or supporting us as an ‘expert consultant’ or in some other volunteer capacity? We have a particular need for people with interests in finance, fundraising or strategy but do please ask us how we could...

The Schools Linking Programme

DECSY is working as part of the Linking Network to deliver the Schools Linking Programme. The programme is running in Sheffield and Rotherham in 2019 and 2020, and its aim is to bring together sets of two classes from demographically diverse schools,...

Free History Key Stage 3 teaching resource to download

Colonialism, Slavery and The Industrial Revolution. A Case Study: The Empire in South Yorkshire 1700 - 1860This DECSY publication receives consistently outstanding reviews. A useful resource to cover Key Stage 3 History study unit: Britain, 1745 - 1901...

The Global Goals

There are lots of great ways of engaging children in the new Global Goals - Sustainable Development Goals. For example playing this new Global Goals Campaign song by African artists in an assembly: Or showing this great animation featuring Malala...

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