The National Caribbean Heritage Museum and Bishop Grosseteste University, in celebration of the continued achievements and contributions of black people of African and Caribbean descent to the well-being of the nation and world.
The first resource pack was produced back in 2017 and the 2021 version will have some new creative artwork posters as well as newly produced teaching materials ( including lesson plans and teachers notes) for use in secondary schools from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4/5.
Our intention is that each pack should be used as a set of source materials which individual organisations can customize, to reflect their precise needs and preferred house style.
Reflecting the diversity of schools across the country, we have chosen to use a range of lesson plan formats to mirror this difference, and to provide more schools with an opportunity of an immediate point of familiarity, which will enable some schools to teach these lessons without further modification.
Subjects covered in the pack will include Black History in Art, Classics, Criminal Justice, Drama, English, French, History, Math’s, Music, P.E (Physical Education), R.E (Religious Education)/ Citizenship / PSHE, Science, Spanish, World War I & World War II.
This creative and innovative pack is of exceptional quality, and we pay tribute to the hard work and dedication of the Black community who have strived to make Britain what it is today.
The pack will also contain:
WHAT’S INCLUDED – 6 posters A1 as follows:
- Black History Month Timeline – Key Moments in Black British History
- Black Lives Matter – Quotes From History
- Black Lives Matter – Campaigners Through History
- Writing Their Names Into History
- Game Changer – Making A Difference
- Sporting Greats
- More Individual British and Global Icons Posters – *A4 Downloads to Print
- Downloadable Head Teachers assembly notes
- Downloadable Lesson Plans – Subjects covered in the pack will include Black History in Art, Classics, Criminal Justice, Drama, English, French, History, Math’s, Music, P.E (Physical Education), R.E (Religious Education)/ Citizenship / PSHE, Science, Spanish, World War I & World War II.
- Downloadable worksheets for Black History Month 2021
- Computer Screensaver for companies and organisations
ORDER NOW FOR £49.50 (PLUS £8.95 postage in the uk). £ 58.45
The pack will be delivered via recorded delivery from 16th September 2021 Packs are being sent via recorded delivery first class Royal Mail post also the Digital pack. Do it would help if you fill in the correct information and address details when ordering.
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Black History Month Resource Pack and Exhibition resource pack will also be available to other organisations and event organizers who would like Black History Month Displays.
Black History Month Magazine 2021
For 2021 we have curated Black History Month magazine around Black Lives Matter with our new campaign slogan ‘Proud to Be…’ as we are actively encouraging all Black and Brown people, especially children to be proud of their African or Caribbean roots.
This year, we will be increasing our distribution from 50,000 copies to 60,000 copies and will distribution via:
- Free Targeted free distribution in ASDA, Tesco’s, Sainsbury’s, and other supermarkets
- Black History Month events across the UK
- Communities groups, universities, and organisations
- BAME groups plus communities, organisations, and charities
Companies and Organisations who would like to guarantee receiving the magazine the ma support Black History Month and the Magazine by buying a box of 90 Black history Month Magazine from us would be very grateful.
The Magazine will be delivered to you via our printer, via UPS straight from Print. The Cost for a box of 90 magazines is £65.00
Back Issues of the Printed Magazine,
Black History Month Magazine 2020 https://issuu.com/blackhistorymonth/docs/bhm_magazine_2020
Black History Month Magazine 2019 https://issuu.com/blackhistorymonth/docs/black_history_month_magazine__2019
Black History Month Magazine 2018 https://issuu.com/blackhistorymonth/docs/bhm_2018