Welcome to Peaceful Schools
The Peaceful Schools Movement is an international network of schools and organisations putting peace into practice through peace education and the creation of peaceful learning environments. Together we are creating peacebuilders who are bringing peace and harmony to the world. Here are some tools and guidance to help you make your school a Peaceful School.
Our book has been a big hit with Teachers and University Education Departments. Here's a lovely recommendation from London University: Alexis Stones, senior teaching fellow for Religious Education PGCE and MA Education, at UCL Institute of Education said: ' '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.'
Our Awards Scheme for Schools and Individuals
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.
The International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") is observed around the world each year on 21 September. Established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.
Wednesday 2nd October, 2019
Brampton Primary School in Chesterfield have received a Peaceful Project Award for its work on inner peace during a whole school Healthy Living week.Read more
Wednesday 11th September, 2019
New Beacon Peaceful School in Cheshire!Read more