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# June 2010 marks the third Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month. This annual event aims to celebrate the rich heritage, history and culture of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
# Website that explores, records and illustrates why people came to England over the last 200 years and what their experiences were and continue to be.
Ten principles for the teaching about the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade that go beyond the history and citizenship curricula.
This series of documents provides guidance for subject leaders and classroom teachers on making the curriculum accessible to learners of English as an additional language in a range of subjects.
This session plan is designed for ITE teacher educators to deliver to student teachers and trainees of Key stage 2. Its aim is to equip student teachers and trainees with some of the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to use artefacts from different ethnic groups within the subject of Art & Design.
This book provides a wealth of ideas and is a useful starting point for the non-specialist teacher to support multicultural understanding through art.
A good example of cross-curricular work on the theme of identity and a useful activity to add to a teacher’s repertoire or to use as a starting point for a teacher’s own ideas.
Session plan accompanied by a guided task which student teachers and trainees can be given to carry out in schools (for Foundation and KS1)
Lesson plan for Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 as part of a session on teaching about 'race', ethnicity and diversity through Art and Design.