Sugar Media & Marketing are proud to have created the first national Black History Month resource pack to support organisations and help them facilitate and promote Black History Month 2019.
This unique resource pack will celebrate the enormous contribution Black Britons have made to our vibrant and diverse society.
Our culture has been enriched and our society has been made stronger because of the people who travelled here to build new lives in the UK, as well as the achievements and contributions of their descendants.
The Black History Month Resource Pack 2019 is available to all organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors who would like to honour the contribution made by Black Britons and actively celebrate Black History Month. It’s also the perfect opportunity to visibly demonstrate your commitment and support to the wider Diversity, Equality and Inclusion agenda.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH SCHOOLS RESOURCE PACK 2019.
WHAT’S INCLUDED – 5 posters of different sizes as follows:
- Black History Month Timeline – Key Moments in Black British History
- Sporting Icons – Winning as a Way of Life
- Poets to Writers – Saying it Beautifully
- Global Icons- Simply the Best
- Movers and Shakers – People who say “Yes We Can!”
- 52 Individual British and Global Icons Posters – *A4 Downloads to Print
- Downloadable Head Teachers assembly notes
- Downloadable Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 notes
- Downloadable worksheets for Black History Month 2019
- Computer Screensaver for companies and organisations
- Black History Month 2019 Roller Banner & Artwork for you to print
ORDER NOW FOR £49.50 (PLUS £5.95 postage)
Special Offer – Buy 3 Resource Packs and get a 4th Free.
OR take advantage of our Special Summer Early Bird Offer of £39.95 per pack (PLUS £5.95 postage) if ordered before 31st August. Delivery in 7 days once order received and payment confirmed
Please email us at:
email@example.com by Friday 20th September to ensure delivery by Monday 30th September for the standard offers outside of The Summer Early Bird offer above.
Black History Month UK