Each participating school is sent learning materials, developed through the project, to be used in PHSE lessons. The learning resources focus on developing social and emotional learning, through survivor testimony.

Each of the Echo Eternal participating schools can benefit from CPD events led by the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education. Schools are supported by CORE Education Trust to develop counter prejudice narratives in response to survivor testimony and to develop pupils’ critical thinking.

Participating organisations are encouraged to take part and learn from educational resources provided by our partners, which include: UCL Centre for Holocaust Education, Holocaust Educational Trust and Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

resources from our partners:

When considering genocide survivor testimony we encourage participating organisations to access information and guidance from the Aegis Trust,  Ishami Foundation

Our downloadable resources:

As part of the project, CORE Education Trust have also developed a range of learning resources. Each participating school is sent these learning materials, to be used in PHSE lessons. The learning resources focus on developing social and emotional learning, through survivor testimony.

Each school is also encouraged to consider applying to become a UCL Beacon School and to secure accreditation as a Refugee Welcome School from the NASUWT.