Because authentic learning matters

accessible information sources

For teachers, educators and parents, and pupils and students; you can find a wealth of ‘age appropriate’ educational materials and related information on black history and other African heritage themes freely available on various UK websites – for example (listed A-Z):

because black history matters

We are pleased to share with Forum members a Black History ‘Learning Resources Pack’ carefully curated – in partnership with Learn Sheffield.

The pack has been prepared with the emphasis very much on equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) – because every learner matters and matters equally. Even better the pack is available (free of charge) for year-round use.

To access a free copy of the latest pack (and our separate Windrush Day pack) please Join Us today.

The History of Racism: Sheffield and Slavery

Also see the history of racism video series from the University of Sheffield. The content in this 2-part video series has been shaped by the academics, students and other key stakeholders and explores the following themes:

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Sheffield’s Windrush Pioneers

“Passing the Baton” (screen running length – 1hr. 10mins – YouTube); provides an intimate, moving, occasionally funny and reflective insights shared by Windrush Pioneers with their stories about Sheffield and the Windrush Generation (originally compiled in 2021 by Nyara School of Arts).

To view the film please click here.

Resources available to our Members

As a Forum member, you will also be able to access our community resources including magazines and marketing promotional packs (inc downloadable free posters, logos, headers and banners; office space for hire; grant funding sources; access to technical equipment (inc editing suites).
Enjoy all the benefits of being a Forum member and join us today – it’s free of charge!

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