COURSE: Re-imagining Black History in Primary Schools From 7th June to 12th July 2017. Every Wednesday 6.30pm – 8.30pm with the exception of Thursday 15th June 2017 This six-week CPD course equips primary school teachers with the skills, knowledge, and resources required to teach Black British history sensitively and with confidence. Sessions led by noted historians Robin Walker, S. I. Martin and Black Cultural Archive’s Learning Team will enable teachers to explore the rich and diverse history of people of African descent in Britain, as well as the role they have played in shaping the country. Our unique archive collection will be used to stimulate critical discussion and provide a stimulus to create lesson plans and schemes of work with the guidance of our expert team. Pedagogical workshops will guide teachers through our unique pedagogy which has been developed to highlight the breadth and depth of Black history. Our approach encourages learners to develop enquiry skills and appreciate the complexities of people, events, and ideas. Course Objectives To advance primary school teacher’s knowledge of the history of people of African descent in Britain and their contributions to the shaping of Britain. To provide teachers with learning resources to use in their classrooms. To provide pedagogical guidance for teaching Black history. To guide teachers on the practical application of their learning learnt and how to use this in their classrooms. To understand the importance of teaching Black history in a way which inspires and uplifts pupils. To inspire teachers to use archive material in their classrooms. Course Leaders: Robin Walker, S.I. Martin and BCA Learning Team Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 3757 8507 to book or to find out more information.