Author Visit: Northwood College for Girls
Junior School Black History Month Showcase
This course aims to inspire Inspire & empower practitioners to provide authentic meaningful opportunities for children and families to recognise themselves in literature and celebrate their uniqueness using the right vocabulary about our amazing differences. Laura will provide examples how practitioners can explain and answer questions about racism, why it is wrong and what children …
Online Training: A Practical Approach to Storytelling Read More »
Storytime with Laura Henry-Allain MBE My Skin, Your Skin, is a powerful book that will help children and adults have meaningful discussions about race, racism and empowerment. More importantly, the book empowers children to be the best versions of themselves - to have self-love, self- esteem and self- worth, irrespective of skin colour. Free to …
Wolfson student Annoa Abekah-Mensah sits down with Laura Henry Allain MBE to discuss her work in education and race.
WayWord Festival for Kids