One Sheffield Many Cultures is proud to announce its 2017 festival to showcase the multicultural talent of young people from across Sheffield under the theme ‘Our world in one city.’
The festival will see inspirational performances on our stage in Barkers Pool. The acts will feature inspirational song, dance and drama.
The festival is free and a wonderful day out for all the family to celebrate the contribution of our young people to our great multicultural city.
The day will be opened by the Lord Mayor and feature short contributions from people in the faith community, trade unions and multicultural campaigns about the great work being done by people to celebrate ‘One Sheffield, Many Cultures.’ .
One Sheffield Many Cultures promotes the unity of our city.
Our events and publicity celebrate the contribution by people from all communities and backgrounds to the well-being of Sheffield.
We also celebrate Sheffield’s proud tradition of opposition to racism, bigotry and prejudice.
We urge people from all walks of life in the city to speak with one voice in support of One Sheffield Many Cultures.
The next Sheffield Multicultural Education Project workshop is on Thursday 9 March from 4pm-5.30pm at the UMIX Centre, 17 Asline Road, S2 4UJ.
The Centre stands next to the outdoor football pitches adjacent to Lowfield School. Parking is available opposite the centre.
One Sheffield Many Cultures and Family Voice are collaborating on a project to raise the profile of multicultural education in the city. Our workshops are friendly and focus on developing practical steps that can be put into practice to benefit all students.
We are looking to bring people together – teachers, educational practitioners, school governors and parents – to share ideas and resources with a theme of multicultural education.
We also wish to discuss how schools in Sheffield can take full advantage of the contribution of different communities from across the world that have settled in our city.
Our second workshop is a chance to share more ideas and explore strategies to bridge the educational attainment gap for BME students.
We are delighted to announce that the 2017 One Sheffield Many Cultures festival will take place on Saturday 20 May from 11am to 3pm in Barkers Pool in Sheffield city centre.
School students and young performers from across Sheffield will once again be displaying the huge talent that exists in our multicultural city.
Our annual multicultural festival will showcase young dancers, singers, musicians and spoken word performers.
Already many schools and other young performers have agreed to take part.
We will be sharing news of other attractions soon.
If you would like to suggest a school or young group please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Multicultural education project gets off to great start.
Lots of new ideas today about developing multicultural education in Sheffield. Great presentations and sharing experiences. Big thanks to Kate at Family Voice – Sheffield for her role in making today’s workshop such a success and Lowfield School for hostingMuch appreciation to the presentations by Kate, Clare, Cat and Paul. We will be contacting people soon with ideas for the future.
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One Sheffield Many Cultures is hosting a workshop with the support of Family Voice on multicultural education on Monday 28 November from 4-6pm at Lowfield Primary School.
We are inviting teachers to present and share their ideas and materials with other teachers, local parents, politicians and community activists.
Sheffield is a great multicultural city with a wealth of diverse histories and experiences to draw upon. Multicultural education takes many forms, but at its heart lies a recognition of the vital contribution of different cultures to education and knowledge.
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