Living Under One Roof: a Christmas bundle promotion contains five useful resources for teachers and students to help develop their knowledge and understanding of the global movement of families and communities. The format of research into local communities, workshops, and drama productions, shown in the many photographs and narratives of all the resources, is an innovative way of engaging all ages. Jamaica Hidden Histories educational pack: cross-cultural pack embedded in National Curriculum subjects such as history, English, Art and Design, and Design & Technology. The pack provides teachers with a unique and readily accessible toolkit to engage students in the historical and cultural links between Jamaica and Britain. Building Bridges resource pack: oral history research document with unique images, captures and presents the stories (real voices) of elders from the host community in London. The elders share their unique stories on seeing Caribbean people arriving in large numbers after the 2nd World War. Year 7+ students. Moving Out: a resource for year 7+ students, based on oral history research, showing the experiences of Caribbean settlers in industrial Nottingham during the 1960s, working in the mining industry and the NHS. Hanging Out: a book about the 1950s and 1960s youth culture in four boroughs in London and dealt with fashion, music, film, sports, and entertainment. For fine art, fashion, media, and film Year 12 students and adults. The Ones We Left Behind: a drama production resource: This book encompasses stories from many communities about families separated by continents, relocating to new countries, even merely moving from one city to another and bring to light the impact of leaving loved ones behind. The resource includes a stage play and monologue, useful for school drama productions, for Year 7+ students. A unique Christmas bundle for learning about diverse communities through the medium of art, fashion, history, drama English and social history.