Parents Action & Resource Centre 2023
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Parents Action and Resource Centre formed in February 2016. Our mission is to address the inequalities that currently exist in the education system and help create an inclusive education system for all.
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Life Between Islands Caribbean British Art – 1950s – Now With COVID restrictions lifted, the Queen Nzinga Saturday School Club organised a visit to the Tate Britain for the Life Between Islands Caribbean British Art 1950s to Now exhibition. During the Spring term, packed with learning activities, the team, children, parents and teachers, explored the…
Calls for schools to increase the diversity of reading books has been a constant demand of Black parents over the years. Parents Action and Resource Centre was pleased to be invited to a group discussion with parents and children by Crystal Norbert of seemeonthepage, an organisation established to promote more diversity of reading books in…
Developing links with local artists and historians is an important part of the Queen Nzinga Saturday School curriculum. Our recent Autumn and Spring terms saw spoken word artist Sheda using African contributions to the Second World War as the backdrop for some inspiring poetry, fine artist Toni Lee centred her art using gouache session around the…
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