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Education for All Awareness Events June 2016

Notting Hill Carnival – volunteers needed

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The Notting Hill Carnival is Europe’s biggest street festival which takes place in London on Sunday 28th August and Monday 29th August 2016.

The Steve Sinnott Foundation has been approached to host a float at the carnival this year and we need volunteers to work with us on everything from planning, arts and crafts, costume design, music, food, drumming, DJing and dancing to just having fun on the day. If you are interested in getting involved in Carnival this year, please register your interest today by emailing admin@stevesinnottfoundation.org.uk

The choir of St. Anthony's School recording "A Better Place To Be"

Throughout June schools all over the world will be singing the Foundation’s EFA campaign song. The recordings are available on this website for everyone to access worldwide.

 

Click here to listen to the song and find the link to the choral and instrumental versions and the song sheet.


dress up

Leading up to EFA awareness day on 30th June, UK schools will be taking part in a dress up day when children and teachers can wear traditional costumes from around the world.

To be listed on this website as taking part, a £1 donation is requested to support the Foundation’s work on Education for All. So please get in touch.

story telling

We’re collecting your true stories about education and we’ll be sharing them globally. So please write it, type it, in text or braille, record it, draw it or film it and then just send it to us.

In the UK we have a storytelling event on Thursday 30th June 2016. It’ll be in London. If you can make it you’ll be very welcome.
Details here.

Isle of Wight Challenge 2016

 

IoW walk 1Saturday 14 May 2016 – one day ahead of the world renowned Isle of Wight Walk, 15 intrepid walkers for the Steve Sinnott Foundation set off on their own sponsored fundraising Isle of Wight Challenge. Fed watered and otherwise sustained by the Isle of Wight County Association of the UK National Union of Teachers, they blazed the island’s 20 mile Stenbury Trail. Click here to take a look at how they fared.

 

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