We appreciate schools are very busy and are constantly under enormous pressure, so we have been collating some resources that may be useful when lesson planning, around working towards anti racist practice, and inclusivity within school.

In case you have not come across these before, please find below resources for you to delve further into. We hope these will help staff to embed anti racist practice and inclusivity deeper into the curriculum.

– Siobhan Dowd trust

Apply for funding for a book project you are thinking of for your school or library?

– Empathy Lab

Empathy Day is on 10th June every year. Resources provided by Empathy Lab will help in the lead up to the day.

– No Outsiders

Provides lesson plans, assembly plans and much more for a more inclusive school. Some of the lesson plans are based on books that have been donated to you by Books for Change

– The Prosperity Project

Practitioners facilitating Anti-Racism training for young people and staff.

– Teach first: Missing pages

Practical tools to enable teachers, school leaders and exam boards, towards a more diverse English literature curriculum.

– Táta Story time

Need to put on some stories for the class? Try the excellent Táta Story time. Books read by Black actors by Black authors. Fantastic!–bqiM4j7eovEzuA

– Buy more books and let us deliver workshops in your school.

We have links to many age appropriate book lists on our website, all of the books listed have been donated to all nineteen primary schools in Folkestone and all six primaries in Hythe. Follow us on social media for up to date reviews and the latest inclusive book releases!

Our Co Founder Emily is a trained anti racism educator for schools and community settings, she has a bespoke children’s anti racism workshop curated and ready for your school. The workshop draws on her and her family’s own lived experiences of racism and works with staff, and children to empower them on their anti racist journey. Children and staff will leave feeling that they have the power to be the change. Please use the contact us page on our website to start the conversation. We have availability from January 2022.

– For white parents and white teachers

– For teachers asking ‘why’

– Schools should sign up for FREE to Inclusion Labs