Weaving Black British and African History in to the Primary Curriculum
- 16th May 2023
- Leadership, Curriculum
- Free For Partner Schools
- Affiliate Schools Save 25%
- Non-members From £80.00
Weaving Black British and African history into the primary history curriculum can make it an integral component of teaching, rather than just being restricted to Black History Month once a year.
Intended audience: teachers and subject leaders of Primary History
Colleagues will be more knowledgeable about aspects of Black British history
Colleagues will be able to plan weaving aspects of Black British history into their curriculum mapping.
About this course
This one and a half hour webinar will show how schools can weave more Black British and African history in to their curriculum maps and plans beyond the usual Black History Month slot. It will show how more Black British and African history content can be included through
the choice of significant individuals studied
inclusion of the long black presence in Britain from the Romans to the present
teaching about the legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
building in the service of Black British soldiers in two world wars and the arrival of the Windrush in 1948.
Andrew Wrenn is a freelance consultant and writer in history education and a former Humanities Advisor for an English local authority. ... He has also written for the Historical Association, the BBC and the Times Educational Supplement
As a former Cambridgeshire LA Humanities Advisor he also contributed to NQT and G and T training. He is now a freelance educational consultant , a Trustee and Fellow of the Historical Association as well as an assessor of the HA Quality Mark for Schools History. Andrew leads training at national and international level and has published for Harper-Collins, the BBC, Cambridge University Press and Pearson. He also steered a government funded project on transition in History between KS2 and KS3 and co-authored a government sponsored report on Teaching Emotive and Controversial History 3-19.