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Black British History: Year 3

Welcome to our section on Black British History

The teaching resources in this section help children understand how Black history is a vital part of Britain's history. Knowledge of this history helps connect with, and understand, Great Britain today. A series of lessons has been written by Professor David Olusoga and his sister Dr Yinka Olusoga, taking children on a journey through key historical periods of our past.

The introductory lesson provides the starting point of our journey, before we move onto the Romans, Tudors, Stuarts, Early Georgians, Late Georgians, Victorians and then into the 20th Century with the First and Second World Wars, then Windrush and beyond. These high quality resources will help you enhance engagement and implement a rich and diverse curriculum in your classroom. We look forward to you joining us on this journey!

NB. Before you start, please read the important teacher’s notes in the Uncovering Black British History Introduction lesson (1). There are some useful guidance notes which are particularly relevant to teaching this content to younger KS2 students.

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