Explore how the movement of people to, from and around the UK has shaped our communities, customs and cultural identity – from early invaders to present day immigration. Examining aspects of history, geography and citizenship, this resource will also enable you to embed community cohesion into your curriculum in a meaningful way.
This Whiteboard Active resource provides a wealth of stimulating resources, video and planning support all in one place. It uses an enquiry-led approach, with exciting BBC video that challenges pupils to think about, talk about and investigate how communities are formed and change.
Unit 1: What gives a place its identity?
- Our local area
- Local customs and festivals
- How places change
Unit 2: Who are the British?
- Early settlers
- Immigration in the 17th and 18th centuries
- Immigration after World War II
Unit 3: What does it mean to be British?
- Challenges of immigration
- Becoming a British citizen
Unit 4: Immigration: why people come to live in Britain
- From Barbados to Britain
- Recent Arrivals from Poland
- People forced to leave their homes: escaping from conflict and natural disaster
Unit 5: People and communities
- Southall– a community
- Famous immigrant families
- Celebrating differences
Unit 6: Moving away from Britain
- Reasons for moving from Britain
- People who have moved
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