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Diversity Timeline, Pam Carroll, 2010
This resource is an activity for use with Primary (Key Stage 2) and Secondary (Key Stage 3) school pupils. It consists of sets of fact and question cards tracking the diverse peoples coming to Britain from the first millennium to the present day.
ITE Session: Making refugee issues a core part of the curriculum - Greg Wallace (2009)
This session focuses on how one school, Woodberry Down Community Primary School, has sought to make refugee issues a core part of the curriculum.
ITE Session: Teaching and learning about refugees - promoting community cohesion through the citizenship curriculum - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This ITE session considers the importance of raising refugee issues and incorporating them within the Citizenship curriculum.
KS3 Geography for Pupils - Migrant Stories - Teachers TV
Teachers TV programme shows moving stories about refugees, asylum seekers and economic migrants.
Maritime histories of several port cities in the UK – London, Southampton, Bristol, Liverpool and Hartlepool.
Moving Here Website
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.
Developing a Culturally Inclusive Curriculum - Newham EMAS and Mantra Lingua (2007)
Training materials and resources to support teachers in planning and teaching a culturally inclusive curriculum in primary schools.
Resources from Woodberry Down Community Primary School
Interactive website containing range of resources and children's work addressing diversity in the primary curriculum.
Oxfam: Mapping Our World online resource
Link to web-based activity exploring maps and different perceptions of the world.
Planning for Bilingual Learners Year 9 Geography: the EU and Italy - S. Cook & S. Pike (2000)
An article aimed at Geography ITE tutors showing how the teaching of advanced EAL learners can be integrated with subject content for the benefit of all pupils in a classroom.
Access and Engagement in the Foundation Subjects (EAL) - DfES (2002)
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.
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