Welcome to the Peaceful Schools Movement 

  A great opportunity to make your school stand out, to demonstrate your commitment to the children's welfare and to enhance your teaching skillset with our peaceful school initiative.

The Peaceful Schools Movement is a network of pioneering and inspiring schools putting peace into practice through peace education and peaceful learning environments. Together we are creating generations of peacebuilders for a better future.

Here you will find the tools and guidance to help you make your school more peaceful, successful and attractive. We also have an awards scheme that will give you the recognition that you deserve on your peace journey. 

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Exploring Spirituality in Primary Schools


 

How to be a Peaceful School

Everything you need to know about Peaceful Schools in easy to read chapters. Anna Lubelska, Founder of the Peaceful School Movement has brought together our award winners to share their experiences with you.

Here's a lovely recommendation from Alexis Stones, Senior Teaching Fellow for the RE PGCE and the MA Education, at UCL Institute of Education: 'How to be a Peaceful School' is a wonderful book. Inspiring and practical! I recommend it to student teachers, MA students, Citizenship and Primary Education colleagues and I use it in Initial Teacher Education and school INSET teaching.'

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Awards for Schools

Anna Lubelska Founder of the Peaceful Schools Movement presenting a Beacon Peaceful Schools Award to Argyle Primary in Camden, London. We have three types of award - Beacon Peaceful School, Peaceful Project in a School and Peacemaker.

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  Join the Peaceful Schools Movement Facebook Group

Conferences and events are being planned for late 2021.


News

Thursday 2nd December, 2021

The Peace Building educational charity will be working with schools in East London to produce Peace Manifestos.

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Thursday 2nd December, 2021

Peaceful schools conference in Coventry

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Friday 19th March, 2021

Talk about Peaceful Schools

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