Building Bridges -Windrush experiences

Designed to help students to understand more clearly the impact of Caribbean migration on the lives of the Host community in London, this resource portrays 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.” It has a heart felt interviews and discussions with English elders, filled with supporting photographic archives and model general questions. The materials could be used in many ways and across a wide age range, which makes it suitable for different key stages and curriculum requirements. This resource is firmly rooted in the tradition of oral storytelling, helping to bring to the forefront unheard stories of our past and to build a bridge to a better future for our young people

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Created: Sep 15, 2017

Updated: Feb 27, 2020

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