The Kensington and Chelsea local history group produces a wide range of learning resources for use by teachers/educators, including resource/topic sheets and intergenerational sessions. There are a number of downloadable resources on African-Caribbean experiences for primary schools.
This website provides free online access to original items from 30 museums, libraries and galleries. Records illustrate and record the migration of Jewish, South Asian, Irish and Caribbean communities to England over the past 200 years.
This site from Anti-Slavery International aims to help teachers to 'break the silence' that continues to surround the story of the enslavement of Africa that began over 500 years ago. It is designed to provide teachers with a variety of resources and ideas about how to teach the subject. It aims to represent the voices that are not usually heard and highlight the involvement of Africans in their own liberation.
A gateway to websites about Black and Asian History from Channel 4. Includes a search engine and resources for teachers on English, History, Geography and PSHE and Citizenship.
Information about black British history. Find out about Britains slave history and learn about the first black people in Britain. There are many black Britons listed here on this site, some famous some just ordinary citizens.
Important episodes in the history of Jamaica from the Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner.
See the Society's in-depth report on International Migration and the UK - Caribbean born population: who will return?