Would you take two minutes to help RSN and Unicef UK show the world some of the good practice that exists welcoming refugee and asylum-seeking children into our UK schools and colleges?

Ahead of the first ever United Nations Global Refugee Forum (GRF) in December, Unicef UK and Refugee Support Network are inviting schools and colleges to pledge their support for refugees and asylum-seeking children. We want every child, no matter where they are from, to feel safe, welcome and supported in their education. 

Please show your support by getting your school or college to sign the pledge and make sure everyone knows that, in the UK, #SchoolsSayWelcome. 

By signing the pledge, your school or college will receive a downloadable certificate, links to resources to support your pledge implementation, and acknowledgement of any tweets that use the hashtag #SchoolsSayWelcome. The pledge will be presented at the Global Refugee Forum, and will demonstrate the good practice that exists across the UK education sector. Find out more and sign the pledge at http://unicef.uk/global-pledge.

Sign the #SchoolsSayWelcome pledge

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