Inclusion

Decolonising The Curriculum

Knowledge is power but whose knowledge is it? asks Naheeda Maharasingam, head teacher Rathfern Primary School in Lewisham
Colonial power skews our perception of the world

Every October we have Black History Month and year after year we have the story of Rosa Parkes, the American Civil Rights activist who resisted segregation of passengers on the buses in Montgomery Alabama. But how many of your learners could answer these questions which look at Black history closer to home?

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