Wolverhampton’s Schools of Sanctuary

are growing!  Here are the ones whose commitment you can read about on their websites:

Bantock Primary School

Dunstall Hill Primary School

West Park Primary School

New additions please “Contact Us” and send us a link to your ‘School of Sanctuary’ webpage.

These are just a few of the many schools all over the country who are committing themselves to being a safe and welcoming place for all, especially those seeking sanctuary. This could be people whose lives were in danger in their own country, who have troubles at home or are just looking for a space of safety.  Read more HERE .

We are grateful to Wolverhampton City Council and to Diana Dabrowska-Gorska of the Wolverhampton Schools Improvement Services for their support (Click HERE for introduction).  They will be pleased to give advice about how to become a School of Sanctuary.

Here are some news items from our Schools of Sanctuary archive:

Click HERE for an article in The Observer about:
Photo of West Park SchoolOn Saturday April 21st, West Park Primary School performed “Wolverhampton Welcomes The World: Many Rivers To Cross”. West Park Primary School, ‘the Class of 68’, the University of Wolverhampton, and ‘Stand up to Racism’ invited everyone to a celebration of solidarity, unity and multiculturalism. Click HERE for reviews and more articles.

 

Photo of School of Sanctuary Presentation

Inderjit Bhogal presents the School of Sanctuary award to West Park Primary School on 14th February 2018

Photo of Bantock School Presentation

A proud new photo on Bantock School’s website

They join Bantock Primary School as Wolverhampton’s first two Schools of Sanctuary.

Click HERE for the Express & Star article about Bantock School, and HERE for Bantock School’s own City of Sanctuary webpage.

See our News Post for our Full Article.