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Black History video workshops

Created and delivered by Chris and Emile from The Bookworm Players this video shines a light on Black history, our history in the UK and our responsibility to find out more. Looking at representation and diversity we take a look at who we are, and how everybody’s story should be told.

This session should be a springboard to further discussions about equality and celebrating Black history and inclusivity.

As part of the Cultural Programme following on from the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading, you can access this workshop and many other resources on the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading: Cultural Programme Padlet. Just scroll across to select your workshop.

Suitable for Upper KS2-KS3

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Organisation:

The Bookworm Players

Contact name:

Jess Buxton

Type of offer:

Digital/online activity or resource Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform

Key Stages:

2–3

Cost:

FREE

Session length:

1 hour

Nature of activity or art form:

Film / digital art Literature & reading ASD/other SEN-friendly

Subject or curriculum focus:

Citizenship Drama English History PSHE SMSC

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Social skills Learning about equality and diversity