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Introduction

The Linking Network supports schools and communities to develop a positive, cohesive ethos by helping children, young people and adults to explore identity, celebrate diversity, promote community and champion equality.

The schools linking programme provides a valuable opportunity for students from different backgrounds and perspectives to work together. This helps promote community cohesion at a local level and develops understanding and tolerance in our young people. This is important as they go on to play a full role in society as adults. Headteacher, Buckinghamshire

 

Would your school like to take part in our schools linking programme? We are recruiting primary and secondary schools all across the country. In 2020-2021 we are offering Virtual Schools Linking that will be meaningful, exciting and importantly manageable for teachers tailored to the current circumstances and fully resourced. Please click for our list of local schools linking programmes.

What We Do

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@Linking_Network

An amazing and inspiring TED Talk that the @Linking_Network shared on a training session a few years ago. It’s stayed with me and I share it with everyone I can. #edutwitter

The danger of a single story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie https://t.co/bGQOLxagJb via @YouTube

"I am an owl, and I am a happy owl. I like to make people happy and everything happy. I am the light of happiness and I am a dancing owl"
Kenojuak Ashevak, pioneering Inuk artist #womensart #FridayFeeling

Great to meet with some of the fab partners working on Critical Thinking and Anti-Rumour initiatives with @BfdForEveryone Looking forward to rolling out this work with local schools in the new year along with @Bradford_SoS & @iclsbradford #MakeSureItAddsUp #schoolslinking

Social distancing is just as important now as it was earlier in the year. If secondary teachers would like to remind pupils about this- then look no further than our TLN Guide to Social Distancing & other fab resources- click: https://t.co/WqrtaNwyrW #StaySafe #teachertwitter

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