Education Services

The Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) has developed a range of activities and presentations for schools, raising awareness on issues of bullying, discrimination, racism and all forms of hate crime.

The activities on offer include whole year group assemblies, and smaller class group sessions, both of which and can include specifically designed learning materials developed in partnership with the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Liverpool Football Club and AWF. The learning resources were created to assist schools and educational establishments meet curriculum areas using core lessons and activities for key stages 2, 3 and 4.


Some of the key questions which our activities answer include the following:

  • What is hate crime and why is it essential that all young people should understand its nature and seriousness?
  • What are effective ways of preventing and dealing with bullying and oppressive behaviour within schools?
  • How can pupils and school staff work together to ensure the school environment is safe for all and pathways are created to make support accessible if needed?
  • How can teachers enable pupils to take positive steps in co-operation with others to deal with the issues of prejudice they encounter in their everyday lives?

Our activities lend themselves to the implementation of recommendations outlined in the Home Office’s ‘Challenge it, Report it, Stop it’ hate crime action plan (2012) which identified the need for ‘challenging and changing the attitudes and behaviours that lead to hatred, and intervening early to stop tensions or incidents escalating.’ Additionally, it prevents learners from displaying prejudice and reinforcing negative stereotypes which left unchecked potentially lead to discriminatory behaviour and attitudes.

All our sessions will challenge prejudice and stereotypes and inform young people to value difference, welcome communities and cultures, practise equality and tackle discrimination through direct positive participation and engagement.

If you would like to take advantage of the learning offered, or have any questions regarding our educational programme, please contact the Foundation on 0151 237 3974 or email


Below is a list and costs of the workshops we deliver. Please note the information is for guidance ane we can usually adjust content to meet specific needs and requests from schools.


This 45 minute workshop features an educational DVD directed by Lenny Henry showing the impact of racism.

This 25 minute film demonstrates how stereotypes and myths can escalate to actions and consequences.

The DVD presentation is followed by interactive activities reinforcing learning and emphasises the need for all to act to challenge racism and any form of hate crime and discrimination.

Maximum number of 30 learners.

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School Assembly Presentation

Individually designed presentations to schools and further education establishments focussing on themes of diversity, equality and the importance of challenging discrimination. These presentations incorporate and address any issues identified by the school in connection with these themes.

A variety of resources are available to supplement presentations including DVDs and Powerpoint.

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Diversity workshops

The Foundation is now able to offer diversity training to infants with ‘hands on’ activities that help raise understanding of diversity and equality, valuing difference and how it feels to be treated unfairly. These workshops run for a maximum of 45 minutes.

Maximum number of 25 learners.

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Real Story: Anthony Walker

Screening of BBC documentary focussing on the events leading up to and after the racist killing of Anthony Walker. The 30 minute film includes news coverage of the events, the police investigation and Gee Walker speaking about her feelings and forgiveness.The screening of the film is followed by discussion on the contents of the documentary with emphasis on the impact and consequences of racism, how it can escalate and the impact on individuals, families and communities.

Maximum number of 30 learners.

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Racist and Religious Hate Crime: Schools Project

Workshop lasting up to 60 minutes raising understanding of racist and religious hate crime using learning resources specifically designed by the Crown Prosecution Service, National Union of Teachers and the Anthony Walker Foundation. using film clips and worksheets, learn about the impact of hate crime which can occur in many different settings.

The material can benefit learners young and old, and in particular empowers teaching staff to understand how to deal effectively with incidents.

Maximum number of 30 learners.

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Equality Act 2010 Training/ Tackling Discrimination in the workplace

Delivery of 3 one and a half hour briefing sessions of facilitated discussions/ workshops for staff on racism and other diversity strands relating to hate crime.

The workshops also include an overview over hate crime legislation, corporate and individual responsibilities and how to challenge discrimination and prejudice.

Maximum number of 18 learners.

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Organisation Presentations and/ or Conferences

Working with organisations the Foundation is able to deliver individually designed presentations on a range of issues including diversity, equality, challenging discrimination, unconscious bias, the impact of hate crime and many other subjects. We are also able to deliver and facilitate workshops at events.

Negotiable Based on content.

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