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Learning doesn’t stop in the classroom!

How else can students continue to learn about Black British History?

Congratulations on your progress so far and welcome to the final week of our course!
We hope that you have learnt a lot along the way about why and how to embed Black British History into your curriculum.

In this final week, we are now shifting away from inside the classroom to outside of the classroom as learning does not end when a lesson does.

We will be sharing ways in which you can diversify and decolonise your whole school community to ultimately shift the entire experience of school for young people through representation and access to varying learning and enrichment opportunities. We will also look at ways to support students to continue they’re learning at home with support from parents and carers.

To end, have a go out our end of course quiz and share with us and others what your next step is to improving learning in your school.

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Teaching Black British History: A Teacher Training Guide

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