Check out this list of free resources that can help build your child’s sense of belonging and self-awareness during the COVID19 lockdown situation and beyond …
This is an excellent opportunity for you and your children to reconnect with our amazing cultural heritage.
Here are some sites for them to browse:
- Romans Revealed http://www.romansrevealed.com/
- Making Histories http://www.makinghistories.org.uk/ Young people from different backgrounds tell their own stories.
- Black British History on record – supporting the discovery of documents relating to black British history within the National Archives collection https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/black-history/
- Black History Month CBeebies https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/joinin/black-history-month
- Black History resources https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/50136/children_and_young_people/1608/black_history_resources_for_children/4
- https://www.ourmigrationstory.org.uk/ The Making of Britain (more suited to older children) Charts migration stories from AD43 to the 2000s.
- Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (Free Black History resources) BLAM https://blamcharity.com/free-black-history-resources/
- The Black Curriculum (Free learning resources) https://www.theblackcurriculum.com/freelearning
- Browse the geography of Africa over time and more on the British museum website: www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlineex/maps/africa
- Learn an African language online: open.culture.com/freelanguagelessons
- Celebrating Black History www.artsandculture.google.com/project/black-cultural-archives
Don’t forget that there are lots of other more general resources online with BBC Bitesize (all subjects), as well as White Rose Maths (maths) and Oak National Academy to support you with the National Curriculum.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any guidance on where to find further curriculum resources to support your child/young person.
Stay safe everyone.
For information on what you need to do to keep you and your loved ones safe, go to: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus