We will be looking at influential people in black history. We will focus on inspirational quotes and achievements of both historic and modern day people, with a particular focus on people from the UK. We will celebrate those who have contributed to all aspects of modern Britain, including but not exclusive to, music, industry, sport, literature, innovation, science and medicine.
We will share with children:
These are shared with you in the documents below.
There are many resources that you could look at with your children to continue this work at home.
Black History Month Links and Resources
Please click on the following links to find resources to support learning about Black History Month.
A large range of flashcards which share facts about different influential black people throughout history. BlackHistoryFlashcards-vol1-DigitalEdition (2)
BAME network has a wealth of resources and suggestions of books for children.
BBC offers lots of online resources to promote learning.
Black History on the BBC
Children’s education series discussing the influence of black people on the world aimed at a primary school audience. Clips from the Black Britons programme give an introduction to the history of black people in Britain, from the Romans, through the slave trade to the end of the Second World War.
Time for Kids
TIME For Kids is a weekly classroom news magazine that encourages children to get reading. Their Black History Month section has articles on film, books, notable leaders and ordinary people who changed the world in an extraordinary way such as Rosa Parks.
A selection of book recommendations from the online magazine.
A national multimedia project that provides lessons and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better. Their list of favourite books for Black History Month show the joys and challenges shared by children of all backgrounds as they learn and grow.
Ideas for teaching about Black History Month from the online resource.
Please find below the link for cultural events throughout October, Manchester Libraries.