It is nearly Christmas, and Tyler’s family are putting up the decorations. But when Tyler picks up the broken Christmas-tree angel, he can’t help asking, “Why are they always pink? Aren’t there any black angels?” It’s a question no one can answer.
This interactive exhibition gives pupils a chance to experience life as an asylum seeker. The exhibition is in a large box trailer, where pupils take part in a role play, and hear refugee stories from Rwanda, Afghanistan and Palestine.
This book gives lots of practical advice and suggestions on how teachers in white areas can challenge racism and help children develop respect for diversity, opennes and acceptance. The book tackles difficult issues with a clear, accessible approach
This resource introduces anti-racist and multi-cultural teaching approaches to early years practitioners. The colourful book gives lots of practical activity ideas, alongside background about the importance of this teaching approach.
This teaching pack includes a 20-minute DVD and teaching book with activities suitable for upper primary or secondary teaching. The film includes interviews with many famous footballers, who talk about the causes and consequences of racism
This extremely useful manual for teachers and head teachers offers a thoughtful insight into racism in schools, and how to address this problem. Using a framework of the three principles of belonging, identity and equality, it explains why these issues are central to developing a race equality school policy.
This DVD is great fun! It introduces two young people living in Sierra Leone, and encourages children to see similarities and differences with their own lives. The DVD includes several short clips about school life, food and clothes in Sierra Leone,
This book focuses on the contribution secondary school geography teachers can make to anti-racism. The book explores key themes including unsettled geographies and migration and the ‘invisible whiteness’ of geography. The book describes how teachers
The book is divided into three sections – Human Rights Education, Classroom Activities, and Information and Resources. The first section provides reflections on human rights education and the last section contains a summary of the UN Conventions
The articles in this book offer a critique of the citizenship curriculum in England. A convincing case is made for an inclusive citizenship agenda that builds on human rights (including children’s rights) education, multicultural education and antiracist education.