Student Resources


There are a range of publishers and booksellers dedicated to publishing books for children that will promote inclusion and. These include: Booklove: Bookshop, Knights of media, Letterbox Library, Roundtable books and Tiny Owl.


Useful resources for parents and carers generated by Place2Be

A Parent’s Guide to Black Lives Matter
This guide aims to provide resources, advice, and tips to ensure that children are aware of racial inequality, racial hierarchies, and white privilege present in modern-day society, as well as share tools and knowledge in which to combat racism today.

Racism and violence: helping children to handle the news
The Child Mind Institute have shared advice on helping children to deal with troubling news about race and violence

George Floyd: Why are there huge protests in the US and around the world?
BBC Newsround’s report helps children to make sense of what has happened in recent days and weeks

How to talk to your children about race and racism
How to answer questions about race and racism? Entrepreneur, blogger and mum-of-one Freddie Harrel and Behavioural scientist and diversity consultant Dr Pragya Agarwal – who has three daughters – shared their personal experiences and tips with BBC Woman’s Hour…


Video link – Privilege/Class/Social Inequalities Explained in a $100 Race  – please click here to access

BBC Bitesize article Not-racist v anti-racist: what’s the difference? please click here to access

Cracking the Codes: Joy DeGruy “A Trip to the Grocery Store” videoplease click here to access

A timeline of two millennia of world-shaping individuals and momentous events that define Black historyclick here to access

Supporting you to raise anti racist children – please click here to access 

A Mighty Girl Poster seriesplease click here to access

Premier League Primary Stars – New illustrated stories about Black football heroes, Divock Origi and Demi Stokesplease click here to access

Diversity in Children’s Literature –