Building Bridges- A case study

This resource is a case study based on the Building Bridges resource pack, available on TES, showing the experiences of the white community in seeing large groups of Caribbean people arriving in Britain after the Second World War - 1948 to 1962 - known as "The Windrush.
The case study demonstrates the interactions between the older and younger generation, regarding the subject matter and enabled both to learn from each other. Both groups have taken lead roles in facilitating workshops, oral history interviews, and sharing experiences. The elders’ involvement, through their stories and oral history, provides a great deal of cultural learning for future generations. They gain a sense of satisfaction and purpose in passing on their experiences and knowledge. Young people’s involvement provides a distinctive perspective on the activities.
Suitable for different key stages and curriculum requirements.

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Created: Sep 15, 2017

Updated: Feb 27, 2020

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