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27th October 20
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African Caribbean and African Mixed Heritage Pupils

The Hue Man Time Machine

A Series of 5 lessons aimed at upper KS2

A fresh approach to studying a Black History topic, covering elements of Key Learning from History, Geography, English and  Science.

This curriculum pack takes the longest view of human history, from our common beginnings in Africa over 3 million years ago, to help children discover the incredible story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world.

Click on the image to view a flyer for the pack.

For further information, and to request a copy of the pack, please contact 

samantha.hoban@lancashire.gov.uk 

 

             

 

 

SCARF 2 - A programme of work to tackle prejudice

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https://lccsecure.lancashire.gov.uk/lpds/publications.asp?subject=EMA

These materials were originally developed as part of the SCARF (Schools Citizenship/ Cohesion Anti-Racism and Football ) Project, which used football as the vehicle for engaging young people from Key Stages 2,3 and 4 in anti-racism and multicultural education.

They have now been updated to allow consideration of other forms of prejudice including, but not limited to, disabilism, sexism, Islamophobia and homophobia, and can be incorporated into British Values, SMSC and PSHE areas of the curriculum across Key Stages 2,3 and 4.

SCARF 2 is free of charge to schools across the Lancashire region - Lancashire, Blackpool or Blackburn with Darwen

The cost to non-Lancashire region schools is £50

To order, please use the link above.

 

A Series of lessons aimed at lower KS2

Pupils research their names to develop and deepen knowledge and understaning of their own, and other, identities.                                                                 

Covering elements of British Values and Key Learning from English,           Geography and Computing

Click on the image to view a flyer for the pack.

For further information, and to request a copy of the pack, please contact 

samantha.hoban@lancashire.gov.uk