The RADE Centre is a prime source of support for teachers keen to develop work in RRR (Rights, respect and responsibilities, which includes gender and disability), equalities, cultural diversity, race equality and the global dimension.
We take a lead in tackling difficult issues while being reactive to a changing educational environment. We know that promoting equity and respect improves levels of attainment and participation for all pupils.
Services provided by the RADE Centre
- Extensive range of teaching packs on all National Curriculum topics.
- Up-to-date collection of published reference material, especially books, posters and packs.
- Teaching materials for use at KS1 to KS4.
- Loan service from library of books.
- Loan of DVDs and videos.
- ICT materials and access to Internet.
- Artefact loan boxes and advice on using artefacts.
- Materials to support literacy, eg: storybooks, big books.
- Advice about local and national contacts.
- Advice and training for schools and teachers.
- Venue for teachers to visit and plan their work.
- A telephone reference point for advice about issues concerning the curriculum.
Resources for citizenship across the curriculum
- RRR and the global dimension.
- Ethnic and cultural diversity.
- Racism, stereotyping and discrimination.
- Human rights.
What schools say about the RADE Centre
It is firmly embedded in our staff psyche to source our topics from the RADE Centre as it is a treasure trove of resources and information covering a range of issues associated with rights, diversity and community cohesion in the UK particularly.
After a brilliant in-service day at the RADE Centre, the staff were buzzing with excitement and new ideas for implementing across the curriculum!
Phone: 01962 846745
The RADE Centre is open during term-time at the following times:
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9.30am to 4pm
Thursday 9am to 4.30pm
Friday 8am to 10.30am, and by arrangement.