Your Roots

Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 10th of December 2012 across much of the world.
Festival of Lights
The Festival of Lights
An amazing woman who has through tragedy made huge changes.
‘Out of many people, One Culture’ – West Indian Culture - A way of life.
3 favourite recipes from the Caribbean!...
Everyone has a cultural identity and family identity, this influences how we see the world, how we interact with others and what we define as important. We want our children to have a confident and positive sense of self, so discussing and sharing ...
Mixed heritage is, today, the fastest growing ethnic minority group in Britain and a high number of mixed heritage children are raised in single parent households. The term ‘mixed heritage’ is very broad and includes people from all different cultu ...
The 1st of October is the first day of a whole month dedicated to black history!
The origins of Halloween
Greatest Black Briton - 2004
How did Black History Month come to the UK?
Reminiscing about the Caribbean
Who initiated this month?
Celebration for Muslims
A pot pourri for the summer.
Refugee Week - read a single fathers experience.
A poem inspired by refugee women from Somalia and Eritrea.
To celebrate Refugee Week read Carols life journey as a refugee.
Research giving insight into experiences and issues faced.
Poem by Preia aged 9yrs