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Black History Month event at National Media Museum, Bradford for KS2

Discussion in 'School trips' started by lonestar48, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/Events/FloellaBenjamin.aspx
    Coming to England with Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE at the National Media Museum, Bradford
    Friday 18 November 2011
    <ul class="event-times">[*]10.00 - 12.00 / 12.45 - 14.45<li class="alt">&pound;3 per pupil[*]Booking essential - call 0844 856 3799
    [*]Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE, actress, author and presenter of children's TV programmes such as Playschool, Play Away, Hullabaloo and Jamboree will introduce a screening of Coming to England
    (60 mins), her autobiographical film, made especially for children,
    telling the story of her journey from her home in Trinidad to London in
    the 1960's when she was just 10 years old. This event is a unique opportunity for pupils in Years 3-6 to see
    what life was like for Floella as a child in the Caribbean in the
    1960's and to gain a better understanding of the social, cultural and
    moral issues she experienced as a result of her migration to the UK. Pupils can ask Floella questions after the film.

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  2. http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/Events/FloellaBenjamin.aspx
    Coming to England with Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE at the National Media Museum, Bradford
    Friday 18 November 2011
    <ul class="event-times">[*]10.00 - 12.00 / 12.45 - 14.45<li class="alt">&pound;3 per pupil[*]Booking essential - call 0844 856 3799
    [*]Baroness Floella Benjamin OBE, actress, author and presenter of children's TV programmes such as Playschool, Play Away, Hullabaloo and Jamboree will introduce a screening of Coming to England
    (60 mins), her autobiographical film, made especially for children,
    telling the story of her journey from her home in Trinidad to London in
    the 1960's when she was just 10 years old. This event is a unique opportunity for pupils in Years 3-6 to see
    what life was like for Floella as a child in the Caribbean in the
    1960's and to gain a better understanding of the social, cultural and
    moral issues she experienced as a result of her migration to the UK. Pupils can ask Floella questions after the film.

    [/LIST]



     

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