SECONDARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH WORKSHOPS

Celebrate Black History Month at your school with Eastside’s creative workshops designed for you and your students to celebrate black history and culture.

All workshops are led by our expert facilitators and build key academic and personal skills including oracy, speaking & listening, confidence and collaboration.

AFRICAN RHYTHMS:

50 mins/90 mins per class

Give your students the chance to try African drumming or dance, building an appreciation of African cultural traditions, whilst also developing rhythm and movement skills.
Choose either: Music (Drumming) or Movement (Dance)

LONDON’S BLACK HEROES:

90 mins per class

Explore and celebrate the lives and achievements of London-based key black figures including Malorie Blackman, Mo Farah, Stormzy, or Diane Abbott.

Choose which art form you’d like us to use for this workshop, either Drama or Spoken Word and Poetry


“Students were able to engage in BHM conversations which are relevant to today. I think it’s really important for students to recognize that change in the past has absolutely shaped our lives but they too have the power. The dance workshops also gave students an insight to other forms of dance which we do not necessarily explore as part of the curriculum.”

Niki Tailor, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School

 

“Doing a modern day black history hero, someone they could relate to, was really successful and the students were very engaged because of it.”

Ibrahim Sesay on Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School

 





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