Powerful free Mission Empathy resources available now – join in from May onwards!
The need for empathy in society has never been greater. Empathy Day on Thursday 8 June is a focal point for creating a world in which we all understand each other better. It inspires children to learn more about empathy and put it into action.
Five brilliant Mission Empathy activities can be done from May, with completion rewarded with a certificate and celebrated on Empathy Day. Register now for your FREE Mission Empathy resources full of ideas, resources, events and inspiration to help you organise a powerful day with a lasting impact. Choose toolkits for your setting – Early Years, primary or secondary school or public library: bit.ly/EDay23Registration.
Leading authors and illustrators model the five empathy-boosting Mission Empathy activities, in the online Empathy Day Live! festival. Features include a national assembly with Children’s Laureate Joseph Coelho and sparkling contributions from Cressida Cowell, SF Said, Jacqueline Wilson, Frank Cottrell Boyce and many more.
You can also join in with CPD training on May 10, helping you get the most out of Empathy Day. Led by EmpathyLab founders, the online two hour module equips you to run an amazing day, and develop children’s empathy understanding and skills.
On May 16, World Book Day and EmpathyLab will host a FREE webinar in conversation with Professor Teresa Cremin, author A.M. Dassu, and teacher Jon Biddle about the connection between reading for pleasure and empathy. You can book onto this free webinar here.
Register now for your FREE Empathy Day resources – and the chance to win a Read for Empathy book bundle!