Teaching

Links to teaching resources and information.

Show Racism the Red Card has downloadable resources under the Teacher’s Section:
http://www.srtrc.org/educational

The Equality and Human Rights Commission website has guidance and a toolkit for teaching equality and human rights in general, including anti-racism:
http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/private-and-public-sector-guidance/education-providers/secondary-education-resources/resource-toolkit

Britkid is a website about race, racism and life, as seen through the eyes of British young people. There is a section for teachers on how to use the site as an educational tool:
http://www.britkid.org/

The Generation 3.0 project has been designed by the Runnymede Trust to explore changing attitudes to race and racism. The project focuses on creating spaces for older and younger people to come together to share their experiences and views on how we might end racism in a generation:
http://www.generation3-0.org/the-project.html

The Guardian has some useful resources as part of its Black History Month section, which can be used to embed anti-racism across the curriculum more generally:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/blackhistorymonth?INTCMP=SRCH