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Developed in partnership by Children and Young People’s Services, the Bristol Black Archives Partnership (BBAP), and Firstborn Creatives. The pack is designed to enable teachers to address a range of race equality issues with confidence, and to provide a sense of Black History and role models for young people. Each pdf includes a shortened biography with photos, a full biography, lesson plans and resources for 18 Black Bristolians. Lesson plans for each Black Bristolian are available from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 3.
A list of possible starting points for creating curriculum resources to promote race equality and cultural diversity and to challenge racism. Some of the documents list links to websites you might find useful.
The Bristol Black Archives Partnership (BBAP) protects and promotes the history of African-Caribbean people in Bristol. We collect archives and objects that enable people to enjoy and experience their heritage and encourage everyone to have a deeper appreciation of Bristol’s diverse history across time.
A 56 downloadable PDF with links, references and case studies. The Early Years Foundation Stage statutory guidance states that: “All children, irrespective of ethnicity, culture or religion, home language, family background, learning difficulties or disabilities, gender or ability should have the opportunity to experience a challenging and enjoyable programme of learning and development.” This booklet provides guidance for all practitioners to ensure that this entitlement is met for Black children.
Guidance on working with pupils new to English, downloadable teaching materials, and specialist information on Refugee and Asylum Seekers. General principles, strategies and guidelines for activities for parents, carers and teachers of bilingual and multilingual pupils.
Widgit Symbol World is a website created by Widgit Software specifically for symbol users. It has material for all ages and includes news, personal contributions, stories and learning materials.
FREE resources supporting communication.
Free resources in many different languages.
The first stop for information on children’s communication.
The London SIG Bilingualism have complied these useful resources from referenced material within each profile.They illustrate the language and phonetic structures each language uses, and information about culture, religion, lifestyle and also some useful expressions.
How much funding local authorities receive for the early years pupil premium, and how they should distribute it to early years providers.
Resource for use in schools to promote race equality, challenge racism and stereotyping. For use with pupils/students, has useful teacher information with lessons plans and suggested ways of using the site, particularly useful for predominantly white schools.
Classroom activities and a children’s area, has Literacy and Numeracy resources to promote global perspectives, includes activities for other areas of the curriculum.
Global Dimension is a guide to books, videos, posters and websites with a global dimension. From climate change to poverty, water to fair trade, you can find resources for all age groups and subjects. Human Rights Education Associates (HREA).
is an international non-governmental organisation that supports human rights learning; the training of activists and professionals; the development of educational materials and programming; and community-building through on-line technologies.
Find out about the Positive Images project. Download the Positive Images toolkit, an educational resource on migration and development that can be used to teach young people, aged 12 and over.
Stonewall’s Education for All resources for primary and early years settings.