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Black British History KS3 Teacher Resource Pack

Shine a light on the importance of Black British history.

Help all your KS3 students understand how the past informs the realities of modern Britain - both the successes and continued struggles that exist in race relations.

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Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department.

Teaching slides, student worksheets, lesson plans, a detailed narrative and audio and video resources bring history to life.

Embed into an existing KS3 history scheme of work with the flexible and self-sufficient structure and links to the national curriculum.

Black History is British History: How to decolonise your curriculum

How can you integrate Black British History into your existing KS3 History curriculum?
Catch up on this free webinar with Simon Henderson, Teni Oladehin and Emily Folorunsho to find out!

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Learn more about this teacher pack and accompanying digital resources.

'The materials engage in Black history in an authentic and powerful way. The videos provide a fantastic point of reference and engagement that will be a learning stimulus for learners and teachers alike. I would heartily recommend this resource for schools.'

Dr Jason Arday, Associate Professor in Sociology, Durham University and Trustee of the Runnymede Trust

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Listen to the authors on Teacher Talk Radio

Dr Simon Henderson speaks to Emily Folorunsho on Teacher Talk Radio about the pack and how it can be used in schools

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Author Q&A: Black History is British History

Dr Simon Henderson and Teni Oladehin explore why it's crucial that all students learn about Black British history

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Meet the authors

Find out more about the amazing team we worked with on this new resource pack

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'This set of resources traces and explores the Black presence in Britain from the ancient world to today. The quality and extent of source material is impressive and so useful for classwork. The supporting materials are thoughtful and well researched. The lessons are clear and ready to use. From conversations I have had with teachers across this country, people increasingly want to teach Black British history, and the resources are a great place to start.'

Hannah Cusworth, Teacher and History Education Consultant

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