Video case studies
Below are videos featuring the work we do with refugee teachers and other organisations.
Case study - Burnt Ash primary school
Learn more about the great work Burnt Ash primary school have been doing. See how they have been bringing the global dimension to the classroom with the help of Vita and Alvaro.
Case study - working in partnership
Refugees into Teaching has been working in partnership with other organisations across the country to provide services. The video below follows our work with Education Leeds and Leeds Metropolitan University to help teachers back in the classroom.
Case study: partnership courses run in London
Learn more about our work with the Central School of Speech and Drama, where a communication skills course was run, and London Metropolitan University, which ran a familiarisation course.
Case study: Fitsum and Alun's story
Fitsum was a headteacher in Eritrea and is currently volunteering as a classroom assistant in the UK. Through Refugees into Teaching, he has been assigned Alun as a mentor to help him in his journey to retrain as a teacher.
Case study: Cyrille's story
Cyrille is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and took a one year “top up” degree in Pharmaceutical Science to enable him to apply for teacher training. He is now on a two year PGCE course at Keele University, completing placements in schools.