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Angela Leonard taught history in secondary schools for over 20 years and was also a teacher trainer at the University of London Institute of Education for over a decade. She has extensive experience as a senior GCSE examiner and as an author and series editor of history textbooks. In 1836 Cesar Picton, who originally came from Senegal, was a successful coal merchant. He shipped the fossil fuel in barges near his riverside home in prosperous Kingston upon Thames. He also owned his own wharf. Mr Picton’s impressive mansion still stands at 52 High Street, Thames Ditton and there is a blue plaque on the house to recognise his presence. 3. Bill Richmond This Student Book covers the key knowledge for Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History Option 13 Migrants in Britain, c800-present and Notting Hill c.1948-1970. Written by an experienced author team (Rosemary Rees, Tony Warner, Joshua Garry and series editor Angela Leonard), with a wealth of experience and knowledge, together, they bring this fascinating journey through British history to life. This online event is part of the season London Unseen and is made possible by the Mayor of London's Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm. Joshua Garry, Joshua is a Deputy Head of History at a school in London with a passion for creating a more diverse and inclusive history curriculum.

Emma Clarke played football for the British Ladies Football Club in Crouch End in 1895. She later toured Scotland with her sister who also played football. The Emma Clarke plaque was unveiled in 2019 and was of huge interest to the football community, women in sport and social historians. As a management consultant specialising in diversity, he has trained various corporate, government and educational agencies; including creating a 26-week course for pupils in primary and secondary schools to improve self-esteem, behaviour and academic performance. Read more about: WW1 'Let's see if we can adjust history': The campaign to award Walter Tull a Military Cross Head of Department at Park View School.Pearson GCSE Examiner.Pearson Author for Edexcel history GCSE Migration Through Time.Fellow with the Historical Association for work on the teaching of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Winner of the National Diversity Awards Positive Role Model Award for Race, Religion & Faith. Consultant for Reteach. Msc Oxford UniversityThe march was monitored by Special Branch and nine people were arrested and charged with serious offences. The idea was to end local activism by getting rid of the leaders.

Writing Historically spreads, based on the Grammar for Writing approach used by many English departments, explain how students can improve their writing, making their answers more sophisticated, clear and concise. Our walking tours of London provide the ideal travel experience, learning activity or networking opportunity for everyday walkers and corporate clients

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In a trial that generated international publicity, they defended themselves, beat the charges and were able to illustrate police dishonesty and corruption. Article on US constitution and how it did not really provide equality for all which is why there was a fight for Civil Rights in the 1960’s 70’s Our regular history talks continue to inspire. Topics like How Jamaicans ended slavery with Paul Crooks recently pulled in 400 people at the University of Westminster. We offer in-person and online talks, delivered by professors and academics who excel in their fields of study. Previous audiences range from the Bank of England and the Houses of Parliament to schools and NHS settings. Frank Crichlow was a Trinidadian who owned a restaurant in Notting Hill called the Mangrove. The venue was popular and attracted high-profile celebrities like Diana Ross, Muhammad Ali, Marvin Gaye, Vanessa Redgrave, Bob Marley and Sarah Vaughn. How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, Walter Rodney. Classic book detailing Europe’s dependence on Africa to establish modern society

Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome with Dr Joy de Gruy Leary. Psychological impact of slavery on modern culture Bury the Chains , Adam Hochschild. Best selling book on Britains true role in slavery and its abolition apart from the self congratulatory hyberbole After Abolition Britain and the Slave Trade since 1807 , Marika Sherwood exposes the persistence of slavery in British colonies up to World War 2

student worksheets, extensive lesson plans and teacher notes and presentations to get the most out of our Thinking Historically and Writing Historically pedagogies.In 1931, long before the 1948 Windrush arrival, he set up the 'League of Coloured Peoples' at the YMCA in Great Russell Street. The group continually challenged racism in housing, health provision, employment and childcare. They successfully overturned the colour bar in the military, which stated that officers had to be of ‘pure European descent’, prior to the start of World War II. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome groundbreaking book on after effects of enslavement on cultural behaviour

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