Beans are a very good source of plant protein. This tossed bean salad is very nourishing and yet extremely easy to prepare. It is a lovely salad that can be enjoyed all year round. Beans are one of West Africa's most popular mystical foods. In Nigeria, beans are said to be the most mystical food of twins.
World Kindness Day is on the 13th November. World Kindness Day is increasingly seen as a social mechanism for creating positive change in communities world-wide.
War all over the world today has become assymetrical.
We as teachers must battle to point the hearts of our young people in the direction of love, peace and tolerance.
A complete teachers resource that enables teachers worldwide to teach the Transatlantic Slave Trade with sensitivity, empathy and the role played by black and white abolitionists to end the Slave Trade.
These resources allow teachers to celebrate Black History Month at Key Stage 3 & 4 levels. Some of the resources were used under the Department of Education, Licence to Cook Project. They are an interesting way of getting students interested in the culinary culture of peoples from diverse parts of the world.
These resources constitute a pathfinder guide for young people on the threshold of adulthood. The White Georgette Blouse is something of a cautionary tale whilst the diary of an Aid Worker is global in its perspective
In African mythology / fables the Tortoise is endowed with wit and cunning, time and time again.The Tortoise with the use of this wit and ingenuity outwits rivals - be they animals or humans.The Tortoise however demonstrates in fable after fable that cunning when combined with greed only leads to humiliation and self ridicule.
These resources are a pathfinder guide for teachers who want to train classroom assistants or NVQ students about the importance of storytelling in the education of children. The resources also allow teachers to deliver robust storytelling workshops to Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils during Black History Month or Literacy Hour
A poster that huntingly portrays Elmina Castle and the sad history of this Ancient Portuguese castle, that is still in modern day Ghana.
The prose, superimposed on the poster talks about the love that parents bore in their hearts for every loved one that were taken away from the shores of Ghana into an unknown world is deeply moving.