It’s been a busy few weeks! Here are some of the highlights…
A BIG thank you to Caerphilly NUT for walking to support Education For All at the end of June…
On Education For All Awareness Day, we were joined by Dorothy Thornhill and many others at West Herts College for a day of stories, films and planning. If you want to be involved next year, get in touch!
We enjoyed a lovely day at Belmont Primary School, who participated in Education For All Awareness Day too…
We posted an essay entitled ‘Outside The Classroom Windows’, if you missed it to can find it here: http://126.96.36.199/outside-the-classroom-windows/
An excellent read!
In July Chief Exec Ann Beatty met with our Patron David Puttnam at the House of Lords…
Ingrid Khedun is swimming the Serpentine for the Steve Sinnott Foundation in September. She has been training, and in fetching swim hats too! Will you support her? It’s easy at JustGiving… https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ingrid-khedun1
We had a wonderful afternoon sharing and learning with students and teachers from Unesco Aspnet School, Hyogo Senior High, from Kobe, Japan!
As well as sharing our My Life Changed films, we discussed the Global Goals for Sustainable Development and Education For All.
Until the end of August you can catch the Steve Sinnott Foundations’ My Life Changed animated films at Big Screen on the Beach Watford throughout it’s run! First showing was on 30th July, with the film ‘Equal Access in Nepal’. If you are in the area and watching, you can see the final film at 4.30pm on the 20th of August, and you fancy sending us a selfie while-you-watch, @ssfoundation on twitter is the place to send it! More info about the schedule of films here: https://www.watfordbigevents.co.uk/big-screen-on-the-beach
The Steve Sinnott Foundation campaign song A Better Place To Be is now available in Braille! Please contact email@example.com if you would like a copy!
WATCH an ‘edited highlights’ of stories and explanations, filmed at the launch of our My Life Changed animated films a couple of months ago. Featuring, among others, Billy Jean from Haiti, Chief exec Ann Beatty, Filmmaker Lucy Lee, and singer Evadne Bygrave.
Many thanks to the amazing efforts of Steve & Colin, who raised over £1000 for The Steve Sinnott Foundation, cycling the Pru100 for Ride London. FANTASTIC!
That’s it for this one, have an excellent August and see you after the holidays!
Julia @ SSF