Working On Refugees' Learning and Development
Salusbury WORLD is a charity that supports refugee and asylum seeking children and families. Established in 1999, it was the first refugee centre to be set up within a primary school.
In 2001 our work featured in the video "In Safe Hands", produced by the Refugee Council and Save the Children.
In 2005 we updated and reprinted our book "Home from Home: a guidance and resource pack for the welcome and inclusion of refugee children and families in school", first published in 2004 by Save the Children.
We are currently working with Comic Relief on a new project - find out more about Shared Futures.
Refugees have experienced loss and separation from all that is familiar. Some background knowledge is empowering for schools and can aid effective communication. Find out more »
Welcoming Refugees to your School
Planning for the induction of refugee children helps them to settle in and become effective learners as quickly as possible.
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Strategies and resources to help support the learning of English at all stages.
Refugee parents will want to support their children's education but there are many reasons why they may be less involved than other groups of parents. Find out more »
Refugees in the Curriculum
Lesson plans and ideas to get you started, and to develop existing work. Have a look at the resources available in our Activity Bank.
Support us in our valuable work by getting involved.
You can become a volunteer, getting to know our young refugees and their families. Find out more »
Or you can help us with important financial support by joining our Friends Scheme, and learn more about refugee communities and lives. Find out more »