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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.
Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month (GRTHM) June 2010
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.
Teachers TV Travellers in education : Inclusion
This 15 minute video showcases two grant- funded educational projects that were developed to encourage schools to become more inclusive environments for Traveller children.
The Walter Tull Story
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.
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.
REDCo - Religion, Education, Dialogue, Conflict
REDCo is a centre based at Warwick University funded by the European Commission Framework 6 Initiative. The centre targets mainly 14 –16 year olds and how teaching about religion in schools can promote dialogue and reduce conflict.
Struggles for Black Community
Four films telling the story of Asian and African- Caribbean settlement and struggle in Cardiff, Leicester, Ladbroke Grove and Southall have been reissued on DVD.
UNHCR: The 1951 Refugee Convention
History of the Refugee Convention.
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.
History of Asylum in London website
Overview of refugee movements into London from the Huguenots to the present focusing on settlements patterns, reception and data.
ITE Session: Multi-Ethnic Britain - D. Smart (2008)
Session on teaching about the multiethnic nature of Britain through time Suitable for student teachers/trainees preparing to teach History or Citizenship at KS2-4.
The 200th Anniversary of the Slave Trade Abolition Act: a North London perspective - S. L. Collicott (2007)
Speech made at a commemorative dinner organised by the London Borough of Haringey at Broadwater Farm Community Centre, Tottenham on July 30th.
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.
Holocaust Memorial Day Website
Website commemorating the lives of those lost in the Holocaust. Provides free resources and education packs to assist in commemorative events across the UK.
When We Ruled: Book and Website
Book on ancient and medieval Black history and website resources.
Black History Month Website
Black History Month (BHM) is held every October in Britain - the website celebrates BHM all year round and is a very useful resource for teacher educators, student teachers and trainees.
DVD: The First Black Britons
The story of how the West India Regiment shaped British attitudes to race and citizenship (KS 3/4).
Resources from Woodberry Down Community Primary School
Interactive website containing range of resources and children's work addressing diversity in the primary curriculum.
Workshop: Planning Black History into the Curriculum - 9 July 2007
Practical and challenging one day workshop for all school staff. Held at the Learning & Business Centre, Cator Street, London.
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