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During this lesson, children will become aware of the discrimination that black people faced as they arrived in Britain on the Empire Windrush in 1948.
It also provides opportunities for pupils to explore important historical events, demonstrate empathy and discuss issues relating to current affairs involving discrimination.
Once you’ve explored what the Empire Windrush was and the reaction passengers received when they arrived, complete the lesson by writing a diary entry.
The lesson plan and all accompanying resources are included in this download.
Use these resources to help children understand the discrimination that black people faced as they arrived in Britain on the Empire Windrush in 1948. The resources include:
Julianne Britton is a primary teacher, private tutor and resource author on tes.com. Find her at missbritton.co.uk and follow her on Twitter at @juliannebritton.
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