Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils – Conference

Two excellent speakers: Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils.
Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

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Essex Primary School Conference – Achievement & Black Caribbean Pupils

Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Guest speakers are Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.

Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
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Underachievement of black Caribbean pupils – Conference 5/7/2018

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School is hosting a conference on the 5th July. It tackles the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils. Guest speakers are Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

 

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
Download [▼]

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Message from Essex Primary School

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image showscolour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.We are having a conference looking at the achievement of Black Caribbean pupils at Essex Primary School this Thursday. We have two excellent speakers: Akala and David Gilbourne, leading exponent of Critical Race Theory.

Black and British?
Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?
The data says “No”.
What can we do to change this?

Venue:
Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
Download [▼]

Conference: Tackling the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils

Black and British?

Photo image is a flyer for the Essex Primary School Conference on Thursday 5th July 2018 at Essex Primary School. 09h30 start. Image shows colour photos of speakers Akaqla and Professor David Gilburn who will address the conference. Background consists of flags of nations, paled to allow black print to show. Black print give location and start time for conference. Phone 0208 472 0322 for details.Are we empowering black Caribbean pupils to succeed?

The data says “No”.

What can we do to change this?

Essex Primary School is hosting a conference on the 5th July.  It tackles the issue of underachievement of black Caribbean pupils. Our guest speakers are Akala and David Gillborn.

Essex Primary School
05/07/2018
09h30 to 16h00

Cost £80.00 per delegate
Includes both keynote speeches, a choice of 3 workshops, plus lunch and refreshments.
Contact Essex Primary School, Sheridan Road, London E12 6QX
info @ essex. newham. sch. uk
Telephone 0208 472 0322

Conference Flyer
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16-18 November: Black Teachers’ Conference 2018

16-18 November: Black Teachers’ Conference 2018 – Important Update

Black Teachers Conference flyer with date of conference and conference title. Images showing black teachers in action.Applications are now open for this year’s Black Teachers’ Conference, which will be held in Bristol. The Conference theme will be “Re-Claiming the Dream – Leading the Change Together”. The recent Windrush scandal and racist protests by the far-right reminds us all of the importance of having strong self-organised Black networks within our union to counter the toxic narrative of the far-right. This conference is the key platform for NEU Black members to articulate this counter narrative.
The application forms will be sent directly to your association/division secretary’s generic email address for authorisation and payment. Delegate fee is £354. This year we are moving the division authorisation form online to make the process easier for divisions; however hardcopy forms can be requested by contacting the equalities team. Members will not have a confirmed place until we receive the completed application form and payment from the association/division.
For any queries relating to the equality conferences please email equality@neu.org.uk

Closing date for the receipt of application is October 15th 2018

NEU Newham has a policy for equality conference applications. See Equality Page of this website. http://www.newhamteachers.org.uk/?page_id=1645

Free film study day for primary schools

From BFI:

Photograph of young child. Taken from BFI "My home" event publicity.My Home: a BFI Study Day

Join us at our free BFI Southbank Study Day to explore the themes of ‘home’, ‘being an outsider’ and ‘being a refugee’

Tue 05 Jun 2018 | BFI Southbank 10:30-12:45

What does ‘home’ mean to you? Have you ever felt like an outsider? What does it mean to be welcomed?

We would like to invite you and your pupils to join us on Tuesday 05 June from 10:30-12:45 at BFI Southbank for our Study Day: My Home. In this interactive event we will explore what it means to be an outsider, how we define ‘home’ and how it feels to be a refugee.

Pupils will watch an extract from Paddington and then two short films: Jemima and Johnny and Palle Alone in the World. These films will challenge their perception of what it means to find your place in the world. We will follow each film with a wider discussion around the themes of ‘finding your place in the world’ and ‘being an outsider’.

Tickets for this event are free but booking is essential as space is limited. We are especially keen to welcome schools that have significant numbers of children recently arrived from outside the UK.

To book, please contact us on 020 7815 1329.

Click this link to see our full study day programme.

Resource to Support Teaching Migration in Schools

The Runnymede Trust has developed a website presenting the often untold stories of the generations of migrants to the UK and celebrating the richness of contributions made, and lives lived, by Britain’s many migrant groups.
It is primarily designed to support teachers and students studying migration to Britain. There are classroom activities, lesson plans and lesson activities.

From NEU Officers’ eBulletin