Committed to the education of Gypsy, Roma and Travellers of Irish Heritage, Fairground, Circus, New and Bargee children and young people



Resources from the NATT+ AGM 2017

Added: November 21, 2017 | Resources

Roma Family Case Study, by Emma Ford, the headteacher of Clarendon Primary School, Salford.

Presentation by Hannah Issa, from the Abraham Moss Community School in North Manchester.

The Race Disparity Audit and Raising GRT educational outcomes DFE presentation.

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Poem from a member

Added: September 30, 2017 | Conferences, Resources

The light that was bright sat in a friends meeting room
They had a shared knowledge to make the light brighter
They all knew what was once their own.

The waves had got higher!
The storms blew stronger!
The raft that was safety was no longer...

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Ruby and Rosie and Penny (of course)

Added: April 19, 2016 | Resources

Ruby and Rosie a book by Cindy Lee Upton, reviewed by Claire Lockwood. Good for preschools and early years’ settings, especially those with Gypsies and Traveller children in them.

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Good Practice Examples on Raising Achievement

Added: March 26, 2015 | Documents and Reports

A set of six good practice examples on raising achievement of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils from the Government website

Click on the links to read the reports.

Engaging Traveller parents to raise achievement of their children

Supporting Traveller pupils in primary to secondary transition

Raising aspirations and retaining...

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Advice for teachers new to Distance Learning

Added: February 2, 2015 | Documents and Reports

If you have never had to set up distance learning before – and are not sure where to start, please download the document below which has some ideas to think about when sorting out work for a pupil who will be spending time away from the classroom.

This is a ‘teacher...

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