Achievement for All has been working with a network of European partners to disseminate professional development materials and learning resources to secure better outcomes for children affected by migration.

This may be an ideal time to consider ICAM approaches and resources, as school communities review their PSHE Curriculum and Social and Emotional Learning content, ahead of the next academic year.

The resources include a suite of material aimed at helping children and young people be safe and secure on-line.

This short film illustrates how participation in ICAMnet could support the education recovery of all disadvantaged and vulnerable children.

Contact Achievement for All if you would like to know more: support@afaeducation.org

There is a free international webinar next week that illuminates the key issues, hosted by Eurochild (27 May 2021: 13.30-16.00:

https://www.eurochild.org/event/education-inequality-equal-chances-for-every-child/
Achievement for All will be presenting critical aspects of the ICAMnet offer (building digital resilience against on-line bullying, grooming and radicalisation) at the World Anti-Bullying Forum in Stockholm in November 2021:

https://worldantibullyingforum.com/wabf-2021/registration/

Achievement for All is keen to offer cascaded training and professional development opportunities to MATs, Local Authorities and Training Schools so that these resources are made available immediately to front-line teaching professionals across the country.