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Review of the biography of the life of Walter Tull; a dual heritage professional footballer and one of the first dual heritage infantry officers to serve in the British army, and website.
# The Institute for Policy Studies in Education (IPSE) at London Metropolitan University was commissioned in 2007 by the DCSF to conduct a small-scale two-year evaluation of the Primary Black Children's Achievement (BCA) Programme. The evaluation sought to identify effective practice (at school and local authority level) that could usefully be adopted by a wider range of schools and local...
A resource list for early years workers on racial equality.
# This publication aims to enlist the support of school-based professionals in narrowing the substantial attainment gap that continues to exist between pupils from ‘disadvantaged' backgrounds and other pupils.
# RE-Net provides resources, comment and guidance on teaching about religion in schools and teacher education.
The approach to teaching determined by the Birmingham syllabus aims to show how religion can shape the lives of individuals and societies.
Details of TDA-funded citizED website
Details of website which focuses particularly upon teachers from diverse backgrounds who are in the profession or are intending to join the profession.
Website that deals with the role of the Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA).
Personal Histories: a celebration of childhood memories
The Family Diversities Reading Resource is an annotated bibliography of over 100 children's picture books to support children from a wide range of families.
Website which explores identity, diversity and citizenship.
The site provides guidance and advice to teachers working with pupils new to English to support their successful integration into schools.
The Schools Out Website
Amnesty International Teaching Resources: refugees and asylum. A range of free downloads for the classroom.
British Red Cross: Children in conflict is a series of teaching resources to introduce topical issues on the theme of 'children in conflict' in primary and secondary schools.
Guidance on strategies to improve parental involvement as well as case studies of effective practice. Also summary of key research on parental involvement as a key factor in pupil's attainment.
A website from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) that aims to helpteachers respond to the needs of children newly arrived from overseas.
Salusbury WORLD website. Salusbury WORLD is a charity that supports refugee and asylum-seeker children and young people and their families.
The Achieve network brings professionals together to promote racial equality and diversity in schools.
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