Curriculum linked visits, sessions & resources

Teacher CPD: Black History Month and beyond

A series of free CPD sessions for primary and secondary teachers aimed at helping you embed Black history, art and culture into your teaching all year round.

Curriculum linked visits, sessions & resources

Teacher CPD: Black History Month and beyond

A series of free CPD sessions for primary and secondary teachers aimed at helping you embed Black history, art and culture into your teaching all year round.

Curriculum linked visits, sessions & resources

Teacher CPD: Black History Month and beyond

A series of free CPD sessions for primary and secondary teachers aimed at helping you embed Black history, art and culture into your teaching all year round.

Join Culture Mile Learning’s free Black history CPD series, including two introductory sessions from the Black Curriculum on racial literacy, decolonising pedagogy, language use and more. Later sessions will help you use cultural resources to plan practical activities around stories of Black Londoners.

Find out more below.

The Black Curriculum
Thursday 23 & Thursday 30 September 2021
4-5.30pm (via Zoom)
Primary / Secondary teachers

Split across two dates and led by one of the Black Curriculum's experienced educators, these sessions will explore racial literacy, decolonising pedagogy, language use and more. With plenty of opportunity for reflection, discussion and questions, the sessions will help you gain confidence in your approach to teaching Black history and establishing your classroom as an anti-racist, decolonised space.

Please make sure you are able to attend both Black Curriculum session dates before signing up.

Our Stories
Thursday 7 October 2021
4-5.30pm (via Zoom)
Secondary teachers

This Black history CPD session will help you to develop a toolkit of creative ideas for deepening discussions, encouraging inclusivity and engaging with challenging topics.

Working with artist facilitator Ella Phillips, you will explore four themes inspired by the four films in Culture Mile Learning's Our Stories online resource: representation, language, safe spaces and activism. Within the context of Black history, you will explore art as a form resistance and how this can create meaningful conversations in the classroom setting.

This will be a dynamic session that will give you the confidence to embed Black history into your teaching across subject areas.

Black Londoners through time
Wednesday 20 October 2021
4-5.30pm (via Zoom)
Primary teachers

Discover fascinating stories of London’s Black history through the Museum of London’s new online resource, Black Londoners through Time.

Led by teacher and writer Joanna Brown, this interactive session will showcase how this unique and accessible resource can be used by primary learners and educators, at home and in the classroom.

The session will:

  • Enhance your subject knowledge of London’s Black history
  • Share ideas for creative activities to engage and inspire young learners
  • Offer practical tips and techniques to develop critical thinking and historical enquiry skills
To book places for the above sessions, please complete this form.
If you have any questions please contact Viana Gaudino.