We have produced a high quality scheme of work which ensures the National Curriculum Objectives are met while also covering key aspects of Black History. The project can be broken down into sections with the progression of skills developing through the year groups. In Reception, Developmental Matters objectives have been used as a starting point to ensure that high quality activities and lessons are available.
The programme begins in EYFS and runs all the way through to Year Eleven, with the content and progression written in order to ensure topics are not repeated or not covered at all. We have worked on age appropriate topics for each year group and developed the lesson plans, skills grids and teaching materials for all. Each year group will have their own unit (twelve units in total), which comprises of twelve lessons to be covered over the year. Ideally, the lessons would be taught twice every half term. This is to ensure that it will fit in well with the rest of the lessons which need to be covered; I believe that the pupils will look forward to the high quality lessons if taught correctly.
We hold seminars and provide teacher training days to allow time to look through the packs with the support of one of our team. All of the members of our team have been involved during the planning and production stage and have been carefully selected based on their skills.
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Stephanie has been a primary school teacher in London for nine years. She is half Guyanese and half English and has a real passion for history. She released her debut collection of poetry in August 2020, Black: There are No Rules in Poetry.
Stephanie is a mother of three boys and lives in East London and is extremely conscious of the pressures which they will experience if things do not change. She describes herself as an activist with a passion for implementing changes within educational settings through her involvement with the modern day civil rights movement.