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As part of our commitment to building a more representative and inclusive history curriculum, in late 2020 we announced the addition of a new topic – ‘Migrants in Britain, c800-present and Notting Hill, c1948-c1970’, to our existing Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History specification. The new topic is ready for teaching from September 2021.
We want all learners to see themselves in the topics they study; to fi nd belonging, understanding, and value through representation, and to see our whole society fairly reflected.
This new topic provides an opportunity to:
Pearson has formed a new partnership with social enterprise The Black Curriculum, which will draw on its extensive expertise in supporting schools to deliver accessible Black British history curricula.
This will involve the creation of guidance, resources and training to empower teachers to teach confidently and effectively.
Pearson is also developing a new textbook, revision guide, workbook and set of digital teacher resources.
The teacher resources will be freely available via ActiveLearn until 30th April 2022 (standard price £115 + VAT) for a 1-year subscription.
They include student worksheets, lesson plans, teacher notes and presentations to get the most out of our ‘Thinking Historically’ and ‘Writing Historically’ pedagogies, among other materials.
“This is an invaluable opportunity to ensure the GCSE course we study is as representative of our students as we can make it.”
Harris Academy Sutton
To find out more, and to access the topic booklet, SAMs and pre-recorded ‘Getting Ready to Teach Migration’ session, click here.
For more information visit quals.pearson.com/teach-gcse-migration. If you’re considering teaching this topic and would like to speak with us, let us know at the above address and we will get back to you.
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