Resources on Anti-Racism After the murder of George Floyd, the world was taken in by a surge of anti-racism. People posted black squares on to Instagram, joined marches, and vocalised their fury. Nearly two years on from the death of George Floyd, it is as important as ever that we keep the conversation against…Read story
To start with, Eid Mubarak to all those celebrating as the month of Ramadan draws to a close! We hope it’s been a beautiful time of refreshment and reflection for you and your families. Little Box of Books is committed to finding books that showcase the diversity of our population. Subsequently, today, we are…Read story
Disability in Children’s Books My Story Growing up, I was an absolute bookworm. My Dad told me that if I was reading, I could stay up as long as I wanted to: I took this literally. And so, I became a bookish night owl. However, as someone with cerebral palsy, I remember being totally desperate…Read story
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] School Resources – Learning about Migration Topic: Migration, seeking refuge and asylum for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 [/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text] Important Dates 14-20 June, Refugee Week 20th June, World Refugee Day 22nd June, UK Windrush Day Glossary Migration: People moving to live somewhere new, often for work or new opportunities. Immigration: People moving internationally, to live in a…Read story
Remembering George Floyd: For Teachers and Educators Trigger Warning: Blog discusses racism, police brutality and themes that could be traumatic. In this blog, we will reflect on how the death of George Floyd has ignited the conversation about racism globally. Following that, we will list resources that will enable you to instill in children…Read story
Ideas for World Book Day costumes that are inclusive and representative.