Education

EDUCATION MATTERS

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ASH MANOR SCHOOL, Ash, Surrey in the news for all the right reasons.

Held in high regard throughout the County, Ash Manor School has also been recognised by National Charity, Traveller Movement of Britain (TMB) for its excellent work supporting GRT communities in education, you can read more below, reproduced from the TMB newsletter:

VISIT TO
ASH MANOR
SCHOOL,
SURREY
In October the education team
visited Ash Manor School in Surrey
to witness the wonderful work of
the school with the local Gypsy
and Traveller community. As a
result of the inclusion of Gyspy
and Traveller History month on
the school curriculum, a zero
tolerance approach to bullying
and by creating an inclusive and
respectful environment Traveller
and Gypsy pupils have high
levels of educational attainment,
including formal qualifications
with many going on to complete
further education. Arguably the
school is a role model in terms
of promoting tolerance, inclusion
of Gypsies and Travellers and by
engaging meaningfully with the
local community

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TMB Education program

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http://www.dorkingandleatherheadadvertiser.co.uk/Action-plan-implemented-improve-lives-Surrey-s/story-21322925-detail/story.html

Action plan implemented to improve lives of Surrey’s Gypsy children

This is the headline from the Dorking & Leatherhead Advertiser and you can view the full story on line by clicking on the above link. Surrey County Council have concluded that there have been failings regarding GRT education in schools for a number of complex reasons. A report presented to Councillors in June suggests progress must be made in better fulfilling the needs of GRT children who tend to lag behind in schooling, though, timescales for improvements look distant…