Families, communties & students Introduction The results of the BEA survey on ‘Summer 2020 exams and assessment: Parental support and guidance research questions’ has formed the basis for these FAQs (frequently asked questions). Please circulate this document as widely as possible with your networks, contacts and communties to enable black parents and carers to be able toContinue reading “Frequently Asked Questions”
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BEA Zoom Event : What next for Black educators? – Wed 1 July 2020 @ 6pm (Zoom Meeting)
Meeting details: Details: Zoom Linkhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/5058059832… Meeting ID: 505 805 932 Password: 3fYSaW Panel Camille London-Miyo – Senior leader and activist, BEA Steering Group memberTokunbo Sode – Teacher and BEA memberParamjeet Singh Bhogal– Executive member of the National Education Union (NEU)Nalini Amichund– Teacher and BEA memberChuma Akuchie – Teacher and member of No More Exclusions Format ToContinue reading “BEA Zoom Event : What next for Black educators? – Wed 1 July 2020 @ 6pm (Zoom Meeting)”
MEMBER: Ivy Scott
LONDON NEU Black Organising Forum Officer, Founder Black Educators East London. Retired Assistant Headteacher, Head of Inclusion and SENCO Post 19 Educator. Ivy has an MA in school effectiveness, school improvement. Her thesis focused on Black Boys. Ivy has published work on EAL assessment, Caribbean Language and dialect. Ivy is also a researcher and MemberContinue reading “MEMBER: Ivy Scott”
COVID-19: Developing Resilience – A guide for education leaders
Author: Paramjeet Singh Bhopal This document has been produced by Newcastle Educational Psychology Service to help school/settings leaders in response to them opening. The document uses evidence based approaches to support the Wellbeing and Resilience of all (educators, children and parents/carers).
Celebrating black women and girls in education
Author: Camille London-Miyo I live in the City of Leicester, one of the most diverse cities in the UK. In 2017, in the area that I live, a Muslim woman was deliberately rammed by a car twice as she returned home from dropping her children to school. We know that race and faith related abuseContinue reading “Celebrating black women and girls in education”
Secondary English – Middle Leader City Of Leicester NEU: Past President , Equal Opportunities Officer I have been teaching in the statutory and non statutory education sector for nearly thirty years, working at all levels from Classroom teacher to Deputy Headteacher in secondary and primary phases. I am an active trade unionist and one ofContinue reading “Camille London-Miyo”
Which label should we use to describe ourselves?
Authors: Jenny Christopher & Paramjeet Singh Bhogal In Britain the majority people have no problem in being called ‘white’. How did this arise? They clearly are not white. As Britain began to interact with the world and people from across the globe migrated to live in this country we have had a plethora of termsContinue reading “Which label should we use to describe ourselves?”