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Event code SCH 23/479 
Event description This course is aimed at English subject leaders in secondary schools. The course is insightful and explores perspectives rarely seen, focusing on the following topics:

· Black people in World History and British History
· Representation of Black History: developing a progressive approach
· Practice and Curriculum: from theory to practice - practical examples of how to integrate Black history and Black contributions into the curriculum

By the end of the course, attendees with have much greater understanding and appreciation of Black history and wider Black contributions with practical examples of how to adapt the curriculum and approach in school for the benefit of all pupils.
Free to ELP Schools
Non-ELP Schools pay standard cost £94.50 
Training objectives The key outcomes will be:

- Improved knowledge and understanding of Black history and wider Black contributions
- Critical analysis skills to be able to reflect on the current curriculum offer and how it could be adapted to include aspirational Black history and Black contributions
- Access to practical examples to support adaptations to the curriculum
- Signposting to key sources of information and resources 
Target Group This training is aimed at English curriculum leaders/subject leaders in secondary schools 
Key stages
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Subject areas Curriculum development, History, Race equality
Target audience Deputy/assistant headteachers , Heads of department, Heads of year , Headteachers, Key stage 3 coordinators, Key stage 3 teachers, Key stage 4 coordinators , Key stage 4 teachers, Lead teachers, Middle leaders/managers, School leadership team, Senior leaders
OFSTED areas Quality of education, Behaviour and attitudes, Personal development, Leadership and management
Professional Standards
Venue Ealing Education Centre, Mansell Road, UB6 9EH map
Admin contact Sarah Thompson (
Event Commissioner Sarah Thompson (
Course Costs See event description
Start date Wednesday 15 May 2024
Times 09:30 - 15:30
Number of sessions 1